The latest Tesla promo is not as flashy as the Cybertruck itself – maybe to do with Elon having bigger fish to fry over at X. It's a very angular cardboard cat box that could also be a cat bed, and it's apparently only available in China.
First impressions are everything, and some promotional products distributors might be overlooking how presentation folders and brochures play a part in that.
3M announced this week that it has fired group president and chief business and country officer Michael Vale due to "inappropriate personal conduct and violation of company policy." Vale assumed this position last month having worked at 3M for more than 30 years according to AP. The report states that Vale was terminated last Friday,…
A survey by Two Sides North America and research firm Toluna details the misconceptions U.S. consumers have regarding paper products.
Packaging plays a huge role in branding, image, and overall judgment of a product. Even though it typically gets torn apart, discarded, and eventually thrown away, packaging will always set the tone. It’s what takes a product from being great to being amazing.
Chick Fil A is back with another line of merchandise, this one pairing items like shirts, watches, shoes, and drinkware with one key aspect of its restaurant: its sauce selection. Each collection has its own color scheme to match the dipping sauce packaging.
A California State Assemblyman is pushing legislation that would only allow businesses to issue paper receipts upon requests as a means of limiting waste and exposure to chemically coated paper. Assemblyman Phil Ting, representing San Francisco and San Mateo County, re-introduced AB 1347, otherwise known as "Skip the Slip," in a video demonstrating the sometimes…
Ross Youngs, founder and CEO of CardNoter and the Univenture family of companies, joins Brendan today to talk about the CardNoter product, as well as some ways promotional products distributors and printers alike can be more environmentally friendly with their promotional products.
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