Across industries and regardless of size, businesses are facing greater pressure from customers, employees, shareholders, and governmental entities to develop sustainable business practices. Through the analysis of a quantitative survey of 250 C&I (Commercial & Industrial) business representatives, and direct conversations with businesses throughout their C2C Sustainability Tour this summer, Engie Insight has compiled a list of best practices that set sustainability leaders apart from laggards. They’ve found that leaders set themselves apart in areas like sustainability program ownership and its effect on achieving goals, capitalizing on new financial models to drive investment in new technology, and finding creative ways to source data and leverage insights from data to make decisions.
Curious if your efforts align with sustainability leaders? Join us on October 3, 2018, for a webinar where Engie Insight’s Mike Kaplan will share these best practices in sustainable resource management.
During this session, you’ll also learn about:
- Results from Engie Insight’s survey of 250 C&I business representative
- Feedback from Engie Insight’s C2C Sustainability Tour, and
- Real life examples of how some leaders are finding success
VICE PRESIDENT, MARKETING
Mike Kaplan leads Engie Insight’s marketing organization, responsible for driving adoption and awareness of the company’s leading sustainable resource management to multi-site business customers. In addition to more than 15 years of business-to-business marketing and strategy experience, Mike has extensive knowledge on the intersection of data analytics and commercial energy efficiency.
Prior to joining Engie Insight, Mike was head of marketing for Retroficiency, the award-winning building efficiency analytics platform acquired by Engie Insight in October 2015. His experience spans a number of high-technology business-to-business markets, including enterprise software, wireless and mobile, analytics and digital, working with and for companies such as HubSpot, Yahoo!, General Catalyst Partners, Dassault Systemes, Texas Instruments and Verizon.
Mike holds a B.A. in media studies from the University of Rochester and a MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.