Finding the best promotional products for your business can be tricky, but we’re here to make this process easy. You want something that is effective at establishing and maintaining your brand’s awareness. You want something that delivers a great ROI. You want something that is eco-friendly and will live up to your company’s green standards. We’ve lined up three of our top eco-friendly promotional products that tick all of these boxes. Keep reading to learn more.
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We’ve gone over how marketing with reusable bags is good for your business. The reusable design means custom bags will be going to work for your brand day in and day out for several years to come. The ability to customize the look and design of your reusable bags means you can create something unique that speaks directly to your customers about your brand.
You can build function into the bags by adding pockets or zippers, or adjusting the handles, making the bag comfortable to carry. The more useful a reusable bag is the more likely your customers will be to use it, so you will definitely see a return on your investment when you take the time to create a reusable bag that is functional.
The marketing benefits of promoting your brand with reusable bags are pretty compelling, but if you still aren’t convinced this is the marketing tool for your brand consider the environmental impact.
We recently received the following comment in a quote request, “I’m not sure I really understand the difference between woven and non woven polypropylene bags and which to choose.” We thought some of you might be wondering the same thing. You can take a look at this page for the information you need to answer this question. Or to make it simple, keep reading and I’ll tell you the difference between woven and non woven polypropylene bags to clear things up..
Reusable shopping bags are gaining in popularity with everyone from consumers to marketing execs. This uptick in the use of reusable shopping bags is largely due to laws regulating disposable plastic bags like the new California bag ban. All of the problems caused by single-use plastic bags are well documented.
From using non renewable resources like natural gas and oil, to the likelihood of single-use plastic bags ending up as litter entering our food chain or sitting in a landfill forever, we must stop their use. The resulting environmental issues make it no secret that disposable plastic bags are bad news.
Typically, when bag bans or fees come about it is from a concern for the environment. The logic is by eliminating single-use plastic bags, the negative ramifications will a
If your business wants to create custom trade show bags at a great price, you may want to check out our latest eco special! For a limited time, we’re offering free setup on orders of 2,500 or more – that’s a $500 value. This makes an already great value even better. To learn more about what custom reusable bags can do for your brand, or to find out about our bags and our factory keep reading.
After all of the votes were tallied we are happy to report that Californians voted in favor of Proposition 67. This means single-use plastic bags will be banned in the Golden State. The bag ban, SB270, was initially approved by the state Legislature and signed into law by the governor in 2014, but a referendum backed by the plastics industry, known as Proposition 67 put the matter on the ballot. Disposable plastic bag bans are very popular throughout California, but this statewide ban will fill in the gaps between the different cities and counties that have their own bans.
There are always lots of exciting new developments in the plastic bag ban movement and each one brings opportunities to market your brand, business or retail outlet. We love bringing you the most recent updates because if you are doing business in any of these locations, this is the perfect time for a perfect marketing opportunity.
In this latest installment of our bag ban update, we have lots of new disposable bag bans and fees going into effect. We also have a couple instances of cities working to fine-tune their existing laws that you should be aware of.
There is certainly not a one-size-fits all approach to bag laws. A law that works for one city oftentimes will not work for another city, but as Chicago and Boulder are learning the laws they initially passed have had some unintended consequences or just no longer work as effectively. Keep reading to learn more.
I recently wrote a piece for TSNN about eco-friendly ideas for trade shows. Implementing eco-friendly strategies is a must if your company has established green objectives and goals, but even if your company does not take a stance on green issues, there is still a lot of value to going green at your next trade show.
We all want to close sales on the trade show floor, but let’s’ be honest, these days business is taking a look back to the “good old days” when the first order of business was to get to know someone before trying to sell them something; and a handshake was as good as a signed contract. Now that doesn’t mean that sales are not closed on the trade show floor, they are, but chances are, some type of a touch point or start to a relationship happened before the show that was a big factor in making the sales. Am I right?