Green Outlook’s CEO Fiona featured on several media platforms this year. She discusses running a small Irish business and her goal for Green Outlook to continue to educate customers on shopping more consciously and sustainably. Read on to find out more about her vision and the work she is currently doing to achieve this!
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Fiona chats to Ryan Doherty on the YM Marketing Podcast. Here she discusses all things growing a small business through collaborations, networking, understanding customers, media tools and effective marketing.
Green Outlook’s Fiona is the FinBiz2030’s climate action workstream co-leader of the Irish task force. She is focused on creating awareness for the importance of the SDG 13 Climate Action. She wants to educate and empower finance and business professionals to take ownership of the climate crisis in their individual roles. Read her FinBiz2030 interview on the Chartered Accountants Worldwide website.
Fiona, on The SUSS Podcast, discusses plastic waste and its influence on the climate crisis. She highlights the importance of switching to more sustainable, eco-friendly, natural, and locally made products with plastic free packaging.
On The Legal Diaries Podcast, founder Fiona discusses the importance of tackling sustainability and CSR in the workplace. She also chats about giving her corporate talks on sustainability and her pop-up shops in businesses.
CEO Fiona recently went on the Take The Step Podcast to discuss founding Green Outlook and running and financing a small Irish business in these unprecedented times. She highlights the importance of good customer relations and how accessible sustainable products now are.
Green Outlook is thankful for the support it received this year from our customers and the media for showing interest in this small Irish business and the products and services we offer.
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