NAB partners with Greener for SMEs


Monday, 23 October, 2023

NAB partners with Greener for SMEs

NAB has partnered with sustainability solution provider Greener, to offer its small business customers an opportunity to assess and accelerate their sustainability plans.

Founded in 2022, Greener assists small businesses to create step-by-step climate action plans, reduce carbon emissions, cut costs and become more sustainable.

Partly funded by NAB Ventures, Greener recently launched its new digital solution, Greener for Business, to help Australian small businesses better understand their adverse environmental impact and mitigate it in a simple, affordable way.

NAB Executive, Business Direct and Small Business, Ana Marinkovic said the new partnership with Greener highlighted NAB’s focus on supporting customers to reduce their emissions.

“Climate action is everyone’s job. As Australia’s largest business bank, we’re acting to help inform our small business customers of the actions they can take to make a difference,” Marinkovic said.

“With around one in five SMEs strongly intending to make an investment to improve the sustainability of their business over the next two years, it’s clear many are eager to cut their emissions while also reducing business costs.

“Small business owners know the value of making smart investments and despite the challenging economic environment, many are choosing to prioritise their environmental sustainability.”

The partnership alerts NAB’s small business customers to the benefits of the Greener for Business tool, which provides guidance on how to develop an action plan to reduce energy and waste, as well as improve electrification, packaging and logistics emissions. The online tool also features exclusive offers from leading suppliers to help save on costs and improve sustainability.

Founder of Greener Tom Ferrier said many Australian small businesses remain unaware of the potential savings they could make by reviewing their emissions and switching to more sustainable suppliers.

“There is a common misconception among small business that the sustainable option is the more expensive option. That’s why Greener has created a free, super easy platform that helps them save money and reduce emissions at the same time,” Ferrier said.

“We’ve been fortunate NAB has recognised our vision and is helping back Greener for Business by showcasing the platform to its small business customers and informing them of how they can use it to both save money and reduce emissions.”

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