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NBS welcomes two new companies to its membership this month. Enerkem and GEOS Spa Sacacomie have both agreed to join NBS’s Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Council.

Data on the connection between sustainable business practices and financial performance is maturing rapidly in two ways.

NBS is proud to support the upcoming Sustainability Boot Camp for Business Leaders. This one-day session held in Toronto on November 28, 2012 will outline why and how CEOs and CFOs are using sustainability to reduce risk while increasing revenues and productivity.

Making a business sustainable is challenging. Just ask any sustainability manager. Or 14 of them.

The Guardian featured SME Topic Editor Laura Spence in a blog post about SMEs’ supposed resistance to CSR.

Sustainability leaders from TD Bank, SAP Canada, TELUS and Tembec share their top CSR Priorities for 2011.

Businesses can gain three main advantages by investing in developing world markets: 1) a new source of revenues, 2) lower operating costs, and 3) access to innovation.

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