Netier partners with One Tree Planted: Growing a greener future together

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We are excited to announce our partnership with One Tree Planted, a non-profit organisation dedicated to reforestation efforts worldwide. As part of our commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship, Netier is launching a unique initiative  in July and August to contribute to reforestation by planting a tree for every feedback our clients share. This collaboration allows us to make a positive impact on the planet while fostering a stronger bond with our valued clients.

Planting trees, one feedback at a time

At Netier, we believe in the power of collective action and the ability of small steps to make a big difference. By partnering with One Tree Planted, we are taking a proactive approach to contribute to restoring vital ecosystems. Our new initiative encourages our clients to provide feedback on their experience with our services, whether it’s positive or constructive, to trigger the planting of a tree.

The importance of reforestation

Reforestation plays a critical role in combating deforestation, mitigating climate change, and preserving biodiversity. Trees are nature’s superheroes, absorbing carbon dioxide, releasing oxygen, and providing habitats for countless species. Unfortunately, deforestation remains a pressing issue worldwide, necessitating our collective efforts to restore and protect these vital ecosystems. Through our partnership with One Tree Planted, we are actively contributing to reforestation initiatives and helping to create a healthier planet.

Your voice matters. How can you help?

We value the opinions of our clients, and we believe their feedback is instrumental in our continuous improvement. Whether through our support service NPS survey via Customer Thermometer or Google Reviews, every client’s input matters. Each feedback received will contribute to planting a tree in a carefully selected location where reforestation efforts are most needed.

  1. Feedback

To participate in our tree-planting initiative, clients are encouraged to share their feedback through a NPS survey that automatically gets sent out once any support work is completed via their service ticket. These emails will prompt an option to provide a rating and a comment.

  1. Google Reviews

Our clients can share their experience by sharing a Google Review. Remember, every feedback is valuable to us to continue providing top-notch IT services for our clients.

What happens next?

One Tree Planted will send us a report highlighting what was accomplished with this initiative! They will inform us of how many trees were planted as well as what environmental and community impacts, they’ve had.

Impact and beyond

Our partnership with One Tree Planted extends beyond planting trees. It is an opportunity to effect change and encourage others to take part in environmental initiatives. By harnessing the power of feedback, we aim to create a ripple effect, raising awareness about sustainability and the importance of reforestation. By engaging our clients in this initiative, we can make a substantial impact and leave a legacy for future generations, together.

Netier is thrilled to collaborate with One Tree Planted, combining technology and environmental stewardship for a greener world. By planting a tree for every feedback received from our clients, we aim to contribute to reforestation efforts and create a lasting environmental impact. We invite our valued clients to join us on this journey, sharing their feedback and playing an active role in building a more sustainable world. Together, let’s grow a greener future, one tree at a time.

Questions? Send us an email!

If you have any questions regarding our amazing initiative, contact us today.

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