OVO Energy powers up sustainable marketing strategy

James Murray
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Ovo Energy has promised to cut down printed marketing materials and staff flights
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Ovo Energy has promised to cut down printed marketing materials and staff flights

Company promises to prioritise digital marketing, carbon offset any print-based messaging, and end all door drop marketing

Leading green energy supplier Ovo Energy has today unveiled a new package of commitments designed to curb the environmental impact of its marketing activity. In what is thought to be a first for the...

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