Seed paper can be used to create truly unique promotional products that will stick with your customers and leave an impression. Our seed paper features seeds embedded directly into the paper. This seeds are visible, creating a very textured surface, which in turn makes for an eye-catching and memorable marketing tool. Seed paper can be used for a variety of promotional items and as part of our current eco special if you place an order for any of our seed paper products by April 7 you will receive your order in time for Earth Day. Here are three ways to market your brand with seed paper this Earth Day.
Coral Gables is on the verge of becoming the first city in Florida to pass a ban on single-use plastic bags! The proposal already passed the first vote. A second and final vote was scheduled for March 28, but unfortunately, that vote did not happen. As of now the vote is on hold and the future of the bag ban in Coral Gables is still undecided. If approved, the ban would prevent the use of single-use plastic bags at city special events and by retailers.
A strong marketing investment isn’t something that has a cut and dry definition. It all depends on your key performance indicators (KPIs) and overall organizational goals.
If the investment in question is a promotional product, there’s a variety of questions that must be answered. For starters, are you investing in a product that lasts? When is the investment going to show a return and how will the return be quantified? How does it make your company look in both the near and distant future?
With wholesale custom bags, you’re investing in a product that has staying power. They will provide value to customers while your company plays their part in providing an alternative to single-use plastic bags that have a hand in crippling our environment. All of this is possible, while also increasing your company’s visibility. What’s not to like?
Let’s look at 3 reasons why wholesale custom bags could be a solid marketing investment.
Earth Day 2017 will be here before you know it (it’s April 22, by the way), but there is still time to get your order in for Earth Day promotional marketing! Eco-friendly promotional marketing shows your customers that are take your green goals seriously. Seed paper makes for great marketing tools that effectively engage with your customers and create a memorable and positive experience with your brand. Order by April 7 from our incredible, eco-friendly seed paper line. We have so many options to choose from!
The whole point of creating reusable shopping bags is not just to help our planet by reducing the use of single-use plastic bags. You also want to make reusable shopping bags work to market your brand. To do that, you want to take the time to design a bag that will be wanted and used by your target market. Here’s how to make reusable shopping bags work to market your brand or retail outlet.
Non-action is no longer an option in the continuous battle to improve the environment. Providing an alternative to plastic bags is a step in the right direction.
Large companies across multiple industries have started to make a concentrated effort towards reducing their carbon footprint in order to become more environmentally friendly and sustainable.
There’s a lot of value to attending trade shows and meeting with both existing and potential customers face-to-face. You can gain invaluable insights, get to know people, and really reinforce or establish your rapport. It is so important to keep this momentum going and continue to work to build these relationships after the trade show ends. In a recent post for TSNN I outlined three trade show marketing tips you can use to increase sales after the show ends.
Making the switch to reusable bags can take some getting used to and forming the habit of grabbing your bags is a must. Until that habit is formed it can be frustrating when you find yourself at the checkout without your bags, but we are here to help with tips for creating a habit.
New research shows that is does not take just 21 days, as was previously thought, to create a new habit, but on average it takes 66 days to form a habit. The easy way to remember your reusable bags is to keep using these tips until grabbing your bags becomes habit.
Disposable plastic bag bans are gaining visibility in Minnesota and we think that’s great. In fact, Minneapolis passed a plastic bag ban that goes into action in June. Duluth is also considering implementing a bag ban of their own.
Still, some state lawmakers are not on board with this trend, and are discussing a bill to ban plastic bag bans. Although there is a lot of support to ban plastic bags due to the environmental impact, a new movement is forming in response to the state’s efforts to ban plastic bag bans. Read on to find out why Minnesota is working to put an end to plastic bag bans in their state.
By the nature of the beast, trade shows tend to be wasteful and they have a very negative environmental impact. Historically, there has been a very “disposable” culture surrounding trade shows. A lot of displays and items are intended to be used once and then thrown away. Add to that all of the freight and travel associated with trade shows, and you are driving up the carbon footprint even more. Things have definitely gotten better in recent years, but there is still room for improvement. Here are 5 ways to exhibit greener and reduce your environmental impact at your next trade show.