Solving The Multi-Family Residential Recycling Dilemma Recycling in multi-family unit dwellings is a challenge. Space is limited and compliance from and education for residents on your recycling program can be challenging. This week the crew from Factory Direct Promos is heading to Las Vegas for the 50th anniversary of the Waste Expo to share a solution that […]
Secure a Great Deal on These Reusable Insulated Totes We are running an eco-special on our reusable insulated totes in honor of Earth Day! For a limited time, you can take advantage of next column pricing on our Ecolife Insulated Tote! The Fine Print This eco special is available on orders placed on our Ecolife […]
Help is Here for You to Choose The Right Fabric for Your Trade Show Bags You decided you want to promote your brand with trade show bags, but now you may be unsure where to start. Choosing the right fabric for your custom reusable trade show bags can be a challenge, but things don’t have […]
Eco-Special on Eco-Friendly Bags Available for a Limited Time Only! Now through the end of the month, you can score a great deal on some of our staff’s favorite eco-friendly bags as part of our latest eco special! For a limited time, you can secure a low price per bag that would normally only be […]
For a limited time, we are running an eco-special on four of our staff’s favorite reusable bags. When you place a minimum order of 250 bags by March 31, 2018 you can secure EQP (end quantity pricing) on these great reusable bags. Learn more about the reusable bags our staff chose to include in this eco special and how to go about customizing your bags.
December is a time for reflecting on the year that was and looking ahead to the New Year. When it comes to marketing trends, this is a time to review the methods that worked this past year, as well as the strategies that did not quite go according to the plan. Here are our predictions of what will be the next big thing and how this will impact marketing strategies in 2018. You will find some familiar concepts, along with some new ideas.
Using promotional products to deliver your message is a crucial aspect of any marketing strategy because it can result in an easy win. Take custom business bags for example. The customization aspect makes them an intriguing option for any brand, and using eco-friendly material creates a positive outlook right from the get-go.
Spreading your brand’s messaging in a trade show setting allows you the opportunity to improve the awareness of your brand. Attendees are focused on networking, and your brand can become a significant part of that web by leveraging assets and differentiating your product.
The consumer’s expectation of convenience has boosted the value and necessity of delivery options in the food industry. For restaurants that don’t offer delivery themselves, mobile apps and delivery startups are filling those gaps. Creating a unique experience for the consumer in the food industry was once about face-to-face interactions.
However, according to McKinsey & Company, the worldwide market for food delivery stands at about $96 billion. That makes up 1 percent of the total food industry and 4 percent of business for restaurants and fast-food chains. For the next five years, there is expected to be an estimated 3.5 percent annual growth rate.
Nigel Travis, CEO Dunkin’ Brands, told Business Insider, “Delivery will be the next wave.” Travis continued, “It’s going to be like a revolution, and I believe it will happen faster than anyone thinks.”
Delivery is already a linchpin in the lives of many and will continue to grow as access to mobile apps and online ordering becomes the norm. Traditional packaging for delivery commonly features a combination of paper bags and single-use plastic bags. They serve a purpose, transporting the food from point A to point B, but value for your brand and the customer is being left on the table.
Below, we will explore 4 reasons why restaurants should invest in customized insulated tote bags as the successor to traditional food delivery packaging options.
The sustainability of our planet is reliant on the active participation of its inhabitants. Convenience is king, especially for today’s retail shoppers, and single-use plastic bags fulfill those innate desires with ease.
However, in a March 2017 article posted by Direct Selling News, data shows that modern shoppers lean towards being more community-conscious and are more skeptical of traditional business and life practices than past generations. The rise of social media and search engines and the deterioration of intellectual borders allows information to spread at record speeds. As a result, things don’t remain stagnant without a good reason.
Luckily for the planet and future generations alike, green initiatives appear to be shooting up the list of “things to focus on.” Below, we explore 4 recent examples of reusable bags and single-use plastic bag bans making the news.