The DHL Express GoGreen Giveaway is Helping Entreprenistas Go Global in a Sustainable Way


In Partnership with DHL Express

We speak to eCommerce founders every day that are looking to launch, scale and grow their businesses. One of the biggest things to consider for growth: international shipping – but the question remains, how do small businesses ship internationally and is there a way to do so sustainably? 

In a world where environmental concerns are top of mind for businesses and consumers alike, it can be difficult to know where to begin when it comes to expanding your company’s reach and providing your international customers with the opportunity to purchase from your brand. In response, DHL Express has launched an innovative solution, GoGreen Plus Sustainable Aviation Fuel, which not only helps businesses achieve their global aspirations but also promotes sustainability. Sustainable Aviation Fuel is one of the best options for reducing Aviation emissions – and DHL Express is giving away $50,000 worth of sustainability services to small businesses. 

We’ve partnered with DHL for their GoGreen giveaway, which provides small businesses with the opportunity to further their economic reach through sustainable shipping options. 

One grand prize winner will receive $10,000 in DHL Express international shipping, which incorporates the GoGreen Plus solution. In addition, they will receive $20,000 worth of customized sustainable business consulting provided by DHL Consulting. Additionally, four runner-ups will receive $5,000 in DHL Express international shipping, GoGreen Plus benefits, and a virtual sustainability workshop.

DHL Express Cares about Sustainability and is helping business owners think through global expansion while remaining sustainable. Here’s how:

1. Embracing Sustainable Globalization:

In a world where sustainability has become a pressing concern, businesses need to consider the environmental impact of their global expansion. DHL Express has introduced GoGreen Plus, a comprehensive solution that combines sustainability with international shipping services. This green initiative allows small businesses to reach global markets while reducing their carbon footprint – a win for us all. 

2. The Power of Sustainable Aviation Fuel – on a Grand Scale:

Aviation fuel plays a significant role in global transportation, particularly when it comes to large-scale operations like DHL’s air fleet. Recognizing the environmental impact of air transport, DHL Express has taken a proactive approach by investing in sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). By incorporating SAF into their operations, DHL significantly reduces carbon emissions, thus contributing to a greener future for global logistics.

3. DHL Express as Your Trusted Advisor:

Small businesses aspiring to go global sustainably often require guidance and expertise. DHL Express serves as a trusted partner, providing personalized advice and support throughout the process. With their in-depth knowledge of sustainable business practices and global logistics, DHL acts as an invaluable advisor, helping entrepreneurs make informed decisions that align with their eco-friendly objectives.

With DHL Express leading the way in sustainable global logistics, small businesses have the opportunity to expand their reach while minimizing their environmental impact. Through their innovative GoGreen Plus solution and the GoGreen Giveaway campaign, DHL empowers entrepreneurs by embracing sustainable practices in the world. By partnering with DHL, small businesses can navigate the complexities of globalization while simultaneously contributing to a greener future.

Learn more about the DHL Express GoGreen Giveaway here and for complete details on eligibility and entry requirements here

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