A print audit that shows your organisations print performance
A Print Audit can be the first step to Digital Transformation
30 September 2019
Desktop vs multifunctional printing image
Should organisations be moving from desktop to multi-functional printers?
30 September 2019
A print audit that shows your organisations print performance
A Print Audit can be the first step to Digital Transformation
30 September 2019
Desktop vs multifunctional printing image
Should organisations be moving from desktop to multi-functional printers?
30 September 2019

Adopting a Green Printing Strategy

There is an ever-increasing awareness surrounding the environment which is leading to a global shift in the way organisations operate. 61% of people believe sustainability is mandatory for businesses. Adopting green printing strategies were typically seen as a big expense for organisations, however, they have the opposite effect and in fact, can reduce costs significantly.

 

Achieving your sustainability objectives through green printing

An effective method to work towards positive sustainability is through adopting a green printing strategy. This White Paper discusses the necessity of Green Printing and potential practices to put in place.

No matter what size an organisation is, there is always an opportunity to improve the business’ eco-friendly position by introducing green printing practices. Not only does this way of working improve an organisations sustainability, it also is a means to attract new customers and set themselves apart from the competition.

In organisations, it is necessary to print internal documents for employees as well as marketing material external use. This reliance, combined with consumer demand and expectations of sustainable practices, brings the question, what can be done? A global study of 20,000 participants found that 61% of people believe sustainability is mandatory for businesses.

 

Latest insights

21 February 2024

How to reduce employee attrition in the hybrid working world

With a fifth of UK workers at high risk of leaving their jobs in 2024, and a further 12% expecting to leave before 2026, it’s increasingly clear that staff retention strategies require a rethink. Flexible working will be crucial for reducing turnover – providing, of course, that it is implemented effectively.
12 February 2024

Want stronger data security? Invest in smoother hybrid working

Though high employee satisfaction is a benefit associated with hybrid working, many CIOs are still hesitant to invest in tools for easing digital collaboration – despite the fact that this tech would also enable them to tackle persistent issues concerning data security.

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