Business Management - Sustainability
Environmental concerns have caused an increasing number of companies to seek alternatives to plastic.
FedEx Office recently released the results of a survey of consumers and small business owners showing that they prefer to use printed materials over digital. Ninety percent preferred reading materials on paper versus on a screen.
Leading Fortune 500 companies have been collaborating with Two Sides for the past five years, and more than 105 North American corporations have now removed misleading claims related to print and paper. Comcast continues to ignore consumer preferences and use unsubstantiated "green" marketing slogans about print and paper.
Two Sides North America has released the first of three engaging infographics explaining "Why do so many people love print on paper?" Turns out 91% of U.S. consumers agreed print and paper can be a sustainable way to communicate.
Understanding your carbon footprint can show opportunities for decreasing your consumption of energy and materials, and in turn, reducing your production of carbon emissions. But, where might paper and print consumption fit in?
More than 100 leading North American companies have removed or changed inaccurate anti-paper claims as a result of Two Sides efforts. The list includes many of the Fortune 500 companies in the financial, telecom, utilities and insurance sectors.
Consumers are pushing brands to embrace sustainable packaging and last week, McDonald’s and Coca-…
The University of Washington’s Mailing Services operation has received a sizable sustainability grant to upgrade its three-year-old bicycle delivery program with new electric-assist bikes, cargo boxes, trailers and riding gear.