This new website will make it much easier for you to find the information you need. It has clear pathways to help you learn and take action – whatever stage you’re at and whatever your sustainability focus area.
SBN is working to transform our climate, waste and nature systems by empowering business. We do that by creating free resources and tools, sharing insights on the latest in sustainable business, and offering training and courses. We partner with others to co-create solutions, which we share to help them become mainstream. We also provide opportunities for organisations in our network to connect and learn from each other.
Our new website makes it easier to do all of this.
To bring our vision for the site into reality we engaged Terabyte, a digital marketing agency known for its expertise in creating inspirational, quality websites.
Terabyte CEO Damian Swaffield says: “Terabyte’s relationship with SBN began in 2019 on the Million Metres project. When asked to partner on this latest project, we were excited to have the opportunity to continue our relationship and make sustainability more accessible for Kiwi businesses.
“We followed our usual ideation and user experience process, which includes extensive user research, workshopping around audience and goals, iterative wireframing and visual design. What resulted was a site designed with specific audience groups in mind, clear content pathways and best practice user experience and interaction design, making it a user-friendly and accessible site.
“We’ve created a beautiful site that is engaging and creates a clear conversation with its audience – delivered on time and on budget too.”
The website will feature a new Circular Economy Directory, the first of its kind in Aotearoa New Zealand, to help businesses find and list circular products and services. The Directory will launch online at 12.30 pm, Tuesday 12 April 2022. A new tool to help businesses connect with nature will be launched at the start of May.
Content for the site (words and most of the images) was created by SBN staff. The project was managed by Wictoria Markula.