It's Getting Easier Being Green

Starting a business that respects the environment and still turns a profit is quite a challenge -- one I've learned to meet

I am the founder and managing partner of Eco Home Improvement, a retail showroom in the San Francisco Bay Area that sells paints, flooring, wall coverings, kitchen cabinetry, and countertops that are eco-friendly and safe for people to use. My business took shape in my final semester at Presidio School of Management in San Francisco, where I was part of the first graduating class in this new MBA program dedicated to integrating social and environmental values with the application of practical business (see BW Online, 7/15/05, "It's Getting Easier Being Green").

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