Many people confuse “sustainable engagement” with “less profit”. In today’s 2-minute case study we prove that assumption wrong, and showcase how planting trees drives sales and makes you more money.
I Love Sushi is the world’s first sushi restaurant that plants trees.
The Stuttgart-based team created the TreeRoll: A dedicated sushi roll that plants trees. For every TreeRoll sold I Love Sushi plants one tree with Click A Tree. As simple as that.
A brilliant move. People eat sushi and do good. It tastes great and feels even greater. How much better can sustainability get?
I Love Sushi increased sales of the TreeRoll by 22% in the past quarter, reports Green Chefs. And that in spite of Corona!
How is that for growth during economically challenging times?
How business owners can do the same
As you guessed correctly, replicating this success is simple. If you’re a bar or a restaurant, create a “climate cocktail”, “tree dish” or “pizza for the planet”, and you’re good to go. We recommend making it a vegetarian or even vegan dish, since many climate-conscious customers prefer to not eat meat.
In case you’re selling any other type of product or service, shoot us an email and we’ll discuss with you how to best green both the planet and your wallet. In our opinion, sustainability only works if it’s beneficial for everyone involved.
Related: Click A Tree for Business
That’s also why we make planting trees as simple as clicking your mouse or writing an email.
When partnering with Click A Tree, you simply email us at the end of each quarter how many trees you’d like us to plant.
We then take care of all the heavy lifting, and even create tailor-made marketing material for you in the process. That helps to promote your green engagement and will bring in even more customers, driving even more sales – and hence planting even more trees.
And since we exclusively work with fairly paid full-time workers, you’re not just making your customers happy, earning more money and saving mother Earth, but even create full-time jobs and incomes for people in less privileged regions of our planet.
How good is that?
If that sounds like a win-win-win for you, feel free to get in touch with us anytime to discuss how make your business more sustainable as well. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
What to do if you’re not a company owner
If you don’t own or manage a business, simply forward this 2-minute sustainability case study to your favorite companies to let them know that you care, and that green engagement matters to you.
Should you be unsure who to send this to, simply share this case study with your family and friends on social networks. The more people understand that growing trees helps to grow a business, the better.
And, of course, you can always sign up for our good-news-only newsletter. We plant 1 tree for every new subscriber.
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