January 24, 2012 | LEAN Energy website launched

LEAN Energy U.S., the non-profit group that’s teaching communities all across the nation how to form and manage Community Choice Aggregations to secure renewable energy for residential and commercial customers in competition with the local power authority, launched their website on January 18, 2012. To learn more about the important work they’re doing, click here.

October 6, 2011 | MBA Polymers Speaks at TED

Mike Biddle, Founder and President of MBA Polymers, received a standing ovation from the audience at the TED talks in Europe last month, with his enlightening presentation about turning plastic trash into post-consumer recycled treasure. Click here to listen.

September 23, 2011 | Venture Greenhouse Signs Green Ideals

Susan Bierzychudek, Founder and Managing Director of Green Ideals, has been commissioned as a Mentor and Professional Services Provider by Venture Greenhouse in San Rafael, CA. Venture Greenhouse is a green business incubator and accelerator, formed in early 2011 as an offshoot of Dominican University’s Green MBA Program. Bierzychudek will provide brand strategy and communication services to budding social and environmental entrepreneurs working with Venture Greenhouse. To learn more, click here.

August 16, 2011 | Brand Storytelling Webinar Sold Out

On August 16, 2011, the Green Business Network invited Susan Bierzychudek, Managing Director of Green Ideals, to present a webinar explaining her theories about the effectiveness of emotional brand connections, called “Brand Storytelling.” This popular event was sold out, attracting a larger audience than any prior webinar offered by GBN! If you missed it and would like to see what all the excitement was about, you can access the audio and video webcast through this link to the GBN website through November 16. Click here.

July 15, 2011 | MBA Polymers Website Launched

The new, trilingual website for MBA Polymers, global plastics recycling company, was launched today by Green Ideals Group. The project involved strategy and design, logo redesign and tagline development, and implementation of an extensive website in three languages. See the site here.