Adamski is excited about the business opportunities that will open up for the company.
“Being chosen as one of 15 participants for this program was an exciting opportunity. We have already seen sales increase and hired new employees to deliver additional services based on the strategies taught in this program.”
Businesses turning to energy-saving practices, offering products friendly to the environment
“Retailers are really looking for sustainable green products because consumers are,” [Laura] Adamski [President, Cygnet Midwest] said. “People are finally starting to get the message that we have to change how we live.”
That’s why a top priority of Cygnet Midwest is to help clients become certified by the GreenGuard Environmental Institute — a nonprofit organization that establishes acceptable indoor air standards for indoor products, environments and buildings. Adamski said she has seen demand for GreenGuard certified products increase dramatically in the past year.