Green Marketing

How Green Marketing can give your business a competitive edge and access to niche markets to build your brand and grow sales.

As people become more and more concerned with the environment, they look to spend their money on products and services on environmentally friendly products which are kinder to the planet.

This is PROVEN by the mass-introduction of eco-friendly products like Aeroguard Plant-Based Spray and Koala Eco Cleaning Range.

Selling products based on their environmental benefits are known as ‘Green Marketing’.

To comply, a product or service may be environmentally friendly in itself or produced in an environmentally friendly way, such as: Being manufactured in a sustainable fashion.

Incorporating Green Marketing

For those companies who are wanting to dip their toe in the water of green marketing, it can involve changes to several areas of the business.

Creating an eco-friendly product
Using eco-friendly ingredients, manufacturing and packaging
Adopting sustainable business practices
Changing your marketing messages to include ‘environmental benefits’.

The use of Green Marketing is becoming an essential aspect of brand marketing strategies. 

Those companies who are starting to think about adopting environmentally conscious programs will generally find that it is more expensive due to the higher costs in manufacturing and sustainable packaging costs.

62% of environmentally conscious consumers believe eco-friendly products are better for their health!

However, in the longer term, it can become more profitable due to the increased demand for eco-friendly products and sustainable services in niche markets.

Additional Green Marketing Steps

Before you completely change the way your company develops and sells new products, there are several smaller steps that you can do that will jump-start your Green Marketing journey.

Get your team involved to make some changes to the way your office currently operates. These simple steps can be a great way for you to begin your environmentally friendly journey.

Transforming the business to be more ‘digitally focused’
Using environmentally products like friendly paper and inks for printing
Move your brand marketing away from print to digital (Online Marketing)
Supporting recycling and responsible waste disposal practices 
Using environmentally friendly product packaging
Using more efficient product packing and supply chain
Taking steps to offset the environmental impact and carbon footprint.

Benefits of Green Marketing

Open NEW Sales Segments: There is a new market consisting of environmentally focused consumers who prefer green products over non-green products if they are given a choice.

Build Brand Loyalty & Value: Brands that continuously show their commitment towards protecting the environment and going green tend to earn greater loyalty and trust from consumers.

Competitive Advantage: Going green adds up more customers to your existing customer base, which in turn gives you a competitive advantage over your competitors.

Become a Category Champion: As consumers literally FORCE retail chains to expand their category to include more green products, this is your chance to lead in your next retail category and range review.

50% of consumers say environmental concerns impact their purchase decision.

How to Adopt Green Marketing

If you’ve been thinking about moving your brand towards ‘Green Marketing’ but you’re not sure where to start? 

Speak with our team at rev™ Branding about how we help companies to adopt a more environmentally responsible and sustainable approach to their brand development and marketing program.

We can help you with;

Educating your business about Green Marketing
Performing a business audit
Creating an environmentally sustainable strategy
Documented set of recommendations and tasks
Provide guidance on eco-friendly marketing & communications plans.

Please contact Robert Durrant on +61 3 9863-7444 or [email protected]

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