Why We Do What We Do

Published: 21st Mar 2013 in Ethical Business

We have been so busy with project work that I haven't posted for a while. When it came to putting our last newsletter together, recent conversations with both new and long-term clients reminded me, in the hectic schedule of everyday life, why we do what we do at Make Hay and Green Hosting.

So this is just a little thank you to our clients for the amazing work they're doing for our planet and the life on it and for including us in it.

Our clients' activities are so varied, from working on sustainability projects overseas to local conservation and community work here in the UK. They're involved in arts and design, the natural world, care work, food, leisure, technology, you name it...

To see more of what they do take a look in our Make Hay portfolio and at our Green Hosting website. You may well have something in common and could connect with potential new colleagues or collaborators.

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