3 843 893Trees planted

Dans la restauration, les autocontrôles d'hygiènes sont réalisés sur papier. Netresto lutte contre cette déforestation inutile et s'engage à planter un arbre à chaque nouveau partenaire.

Check out our forests on the map :

  • Project in progress
  • Closed project

2 trees

planted by Netresto in her/his forest

Benefits created by the trees already planted

  • Climate 1 579 km by car offsetted

  • Biodiversity 6 shelters for animals created

  • Health 8 months of oxygen generated

  • Employment 2 hour(s) of work created

Vide

They take part to the plantation

Number of Reforest'actors :2

Description

Netresto est une solution unique permettant de répondre à l’ensemble des problématiques d’un restaurant ou d’un groupe de restauration (HACCP, Ressources Humaines, Achat et Gestion). La solution est la plus complète et efficace du marché et s’adapte parfaitement à vos besoins ! Netresto c’est aussi l’expérience opérationnelle d’un groupe familial, exploitant en propre 55 restaurants depuis 35 ans. La solution permet de mettre en place des méthodes administratives et opérationnelles pour consacrer du temps à son métier sur les exploitations et permettre aux dirigeants de se concentrer sur le développement de leur entreprise. Ne perdez plus de temps avec l’administratif ! Consacrez du temps à votre métier !

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