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Fine Tune, a certified B Corporation™, partners with companies to source, negotiate, manage, and audit certain complex indirect expense programs including uniform rental, waste & recycling, pest control, security & guard services, and energy & utilities. The company is based in Chicago, Illinois.
Fine Tune deploys highest-level industry insiders equipped with proprietary auditing software to improve client contracts and programs, monitor client invoices, and ensure adherence to implemented agreements.
Fine Tune addresses some of the globe’s grandest sustainability challenges with its areas of expertise. As such, Fine Tune believes it must deliver bottom-line results and champion sustainability as its foremost cause as a responsible corporate citizen. An internal Sustainability Committee meets regularly to review and address Fine Tune’s three critical priorities:
- to be best-in-class in its own sustainability practices. Fine Tune is proud to have operated as a carbon-negative business for over three years.
- to be evangelical in its dealings with employees and the general public about its sustainability mission, sharing best practices for home and personal lives and the workplace.
- to increasingly focus its business model on sustainability. What has historically been a two-pronged “cost savings and time savings” benefit for clients will now include a third benefit—introducing and advancing more sustainable behaviors and programs into client operations.