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.
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.
With so many choices out there, it can be difficult to find a dependable promotional products vendor with competitive pricing. They must have the ability to identify and anticipate your needs, but there must also be reliable avenues of communication between the customer and vendor. Additionally, the customer must trust that the promotional products reach beyond the standard of excellence that they hold their company to.
As you prepare for your upcoming trade show or promotional event, keep these four qualities in mind when choosing a promotional products vendor:
If you need custom branded bags for your business consider using Kraft recycled grocery bags. These bags are a convenience item that allows customers to carry items home, and can fit into your branding plan.
High-end Kraft recycled grocery bags can be customized with your branding information, can be used several times, and are eco-friendly marketing tools. Kraft recycled grocery bags are ideal for retail businesses, restaurants, spas, and more.
The wine you create is a labor of love. The bags you offer to your customers to carry your wine home or to friends and family gatherings should be a reflection of your work and work to effectively market your winery.
Reusable wine bags are fantastic marketing tools for wineries because they not only are utilitarian, they also work to spread your branding message, deliver a great ROI, and help reduce plastic pollution on our planet.
Since you have a special product, the wine you work so hard to perfect, you should give your customers a perfect bag in which to carry your bottled wine. Here’s how to create completely custom reusable wine bags that your customers will love and use again and again.
Single-use plastic bags are expensive to produce, starting with the process of making them all the way down to the hidden charges that are worked into the cost of products you are buying. Finally, they take their final form as rubbish that will pollute the earth for up to 1,000 years.
The ocean is a beautiful, vast and awe-inspiring, invaluable resource. When the health of the ocean fails, the health of the entire planet and all of it’s inhabitants, will follow suit. In a recent article, Richard Branson breaks down the importance of the ocean and explains how protecting the ocean is everyone’s business.
His post, and the video he included in it, help to really bring home the idea that we are all responsible for protecting our oceans. Smart businesses are helping out and protecting the world’s oceans, while also getting their message seen by promoting their brand with eco-friendly bags.