Fall Leaves

October 17, 2008 at 3:54 am Leave a comment

We’ve nearly notched a year at BG US, and already much has changed. We’ve poured blood, sweat, and tears into our first year, and hope to come out optimistic on the other side. Right now, despite the state of the world, we see blue skies ahead for all. That said, the fall has brought us a time to reflect on lessons learned, and look to horizons ahead. We’ve shed a few leaves at BG US this week, and it’s been hard. We’re now assessing what we’ve learned, and trying to integrate the best practices into an evolutionary enviroprise (you heard it here first?). Sustainable business seems counter intuitive–in many ways, we’re aiming to put ourselves out of business once we’ve served our core purpose. I hope we’re on to something more than just self-destructive here. I figure we’ll see it here first–hopefully we have a first hand experience in the coming blue sky renaissance.


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