10 Ways to Make the Inside of Your Home More Eco-Friendly

Published On November 17, 2016
Many of us want to ensure we’re helping the planet as much as possible and a lot of the time, ‘being green’ not only helps the environment, but helps our wallets too. By thinking about environmental sustainability in everyday life, you’ll be able to reduce your carbon footprint and help save yourself some money every year. What is eco-friendly? Before getting started, it’s important to understand what is meant by “eco-friendly”. Eco-friendly simply means “earth-friendly”, or something that isn’t harmful
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10 Reasons Why You Should Choose Hemp

Published On November 4, 2016
Hemp (cannabis sativa), not to be confused with marijuana, is a tall-looking plant that can reach heights of up to 4 metres and is currently taking the world by storm. It is a raw material that is environmentally friendly, medicinally beneficial and makes for an amazing and versatile resource (you can even build houses with it). Below you’ll find out all you need to know about hemp and its benefits. What is hemp? This controversial, fast-growing and sustainable plant might
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Jute: The Environmentally Friendly Solution For Decorating Your Home

Published On September 27, 2016
When we think of natural, environmentally friendly fibre, most of us probably think of materials like hemp and cotton. While these are some of the most popular natural products around, they’re not the only alternative - there’s also the fabulous ‘Golden Fibre’, commonly known as jute. Jute is a soft, supple, yet incredible strong fibre that is making waves in the natural material market. It is a biodegradable and compostable material that is extracted from the jute plant, which is
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3 Easy Steps To Take Your Business Paperless

Published On August 24, 2016
For many Australian businesses, riding the electronic wave to a paperless office simply makes sense. Every year, businesses waste hundreds of hours and millions of dollars in revenue looking for documents and paying for paper and printing - something that could easily be remedied by going ‘paperless’. What does going paperless mean for your business? Easy storage With one, simple digital document management system in place, all documents that come into your office can immediately be scanned and electronically stored.
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France Bans Single Use Plastic Bags: Will Australia Do The Same?

Published On July 26, 2016
If you’ve seen the devastating and heart wrenching images of birds and turtles terminally entangled by rubbish, washed up on the beach, you’re more than likely aware of the dangers of plastic bags. While generally only used for several minutes, a plastic bag can hang around for nearly 1,000 years before it breaks down. Turtles, dolphins and whales choke or starve by confusing littered plastic bags for jellyfish, and on land plastic bags frequently kill native birds, fauna and other
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9 End Of Financial Year Resolutions For Your Business

Published On July 12, 2016
The end of the financial year is fast approaching, and no doubt your business is busy trying to complete the yearly accounts, balance the budgets, and get your documentation in order for the tax man. But before the clock finally strikes midnight and brings this financial year to a close, take some time to step back and analyse what's going on in your business, and consider how you can change things for an improved new financial year. Here are 8
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Why Environmental Sustainability Matters In The B2B World

Published On June 21, 2016
One major benefit of being an environmentally responsible business is that it helps you attract more business. When other businesses are looking for partners, they’ll be more attracted to companies with a green conscience as this signifies they are efficient, future-thinking and innovative. It also gives off the perception of running a tighter ship, and having a faster, more trouble-free turnover. Whether these perceptions are true or not, being environmentally sustainable is a key way many businesses grow and create
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How To Plan A Promotional Event

Published On May 16, 2016
Promotional events are an effective and fun way for businesses to get in touch with their clients and audience. They create positive memorable experiences from which people can draw down the track, and help to promote a business's reputation and exposure with clients.   Why do businesses host promotional events? Depending on their size, promotional events can take a lot of planning, involve a lot of work, and can become quite costly. So why do businesses bother? Promotional events are
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10 of the Best Slogans of All Time (Plus How to Create Your Own)

Published On April 22, 2016
Some slogans become such a natural part of our everyday life that it’s impossible to think of the brand without the slogan it’s associated with. But it’s important to remember that these slogans just don’t appear out of thin air. Often they’re the product of weeks and months of creativity, brainstorming, focus groups and sometimes a moment of inspiration. Here are 10 of the best slogans of all time. 1. McDonald’s “I’m Loving It” As eponymous as the golden arches
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11 Reasons Why Promotional Products Work Wonders for Marketing

Published On February 16, 2016
Are you looking for the best way to market your business? If so, have you considered promotional products? They’re an extremely effective and efficient way of marketing your business to a very large audience without requiring a huge financial or time-consuming commitment. Sounds great, doesn’t it? Promotional products are often used at corporate events and as part of corporate gift programs, they are also commonly seen at conferences or trade shows. The most important thing? They work. Promotional products have
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Ocean Cleaning System in the Works for 2016

Published On January 19, 2016
The Problem The oceans of the world are overloaded with plastic. Plastic bags, drink bottles, wrappers, microbeads, pellets and a wide range of other synthetic debris are choking our oceans and causing untold damage to marine environments. Damning evidence of the extent of the problem came to light when Captain Charles Moore discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in 1999 – a massive floating island of plastic and other debris in the Pacific Ocean. Since then, some attempts have been
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