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    02 Sep 2019

    7 ways to reduce plastic waste

    A recent study by GlobalWebIndex has found that in the last 12 months, 53% of UK consumers have consciously reduced the amount of single-use plastic they use. This reduction will certainly help to combat the amount of plastic that ends up in landfills and our oceans. As a business or…
    29 Aug 2019

    Can you spot a counterfeit academic printed certificate?

    An investigation by the BBC found that thousands of people have bought fake university degree certificates from a company in Pakistan. The worrying part is that these people included medical consultants and nurses – people who we trust to care for us and our loved ones. The sale of counterfeit…
    27 Aug 2019

    Introducing a flexible working policy helps your business be eco-friendly

    The world of work is continually changing, and flexible working is now standard across many industries. Timewise, an organisation which promotes flexible working, recently released a report into the UK’s workforce. The report found that 63% of full-time employees already work flexibly in some way. It’s not just employees who…
    22 Aug 2019

    Cheque printing for the first time – understanding the importance of MICR

    Most businesses aren’t aware that they can print cheques and instead think they can only use cheques that are provided to them by their bank. If you’ve decided that you want to invest in cheque printing, for added security or for branding reasons, there are several things you need to…
    20 Aug 2019

    How the print industry is going green

    There’s no getting away from it, each business has a carbon footprint. A carbon footprint is a measure of carbon dioxide which is released into the atmosphere as a consequence of the activities the business performs. Carbon dioxide is classed as ‘greenhouse gas’ and is particularly harmful as it causes…
    14 Aug 2019

    How small businesses can make their address labels on a roll stand out

    For a small business who doesn’t have access to the large marketing budgets that their bigger competitors benefit from, they have to work extra hard to get their name known. The beauty of marketing is that there is always something you can do, no matter what your budget is. Of…
    12 Aug 2019

    When to outsource to a print management firm?

    Print is often not thought of as a business priority and when it is, it can be knocked down the priority list by more time or money sensitive tasks. But a failure to properly monitor and manage your printing could be costing your business a lot of money. There are…
    07 Aug 2019

    Protect your business and staff with hologram ID cards

    Theft and attacks on businesses are on the rise and the result can be that businesses are left thousands of pounds out of pocket. Losses can occur when someone breaks into the premises, when employees steal from you or when unauthorised people gain access to the business. There are several…
    05 Aug 2019

    I’m a start-up, should I be printing cheques for my business?

    Even though the use of cheques has reduced over the last decade due to the technological advances in online and mobile banking, as a new business you may still prefer to use cheques. Most of us are used to handling cheques that have been supplied by our bank, but what…
    31 Jul 2019

    Grow your newsletter subscription list with print

    Newsletters are an amazing way for a business of any size and in any industry to keep in touch with their current customers and those who haven’t yet made a purchase. Newsletters can be used to: Promote your existing products or services Announce the launch of a new product or…
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