Hot off the press in June!
While the internet has proven a lifeline for many brands – particularly throughout the past two years – it’s also accountable for an enormous amount of power consumption.
Gav Winter, CEO of RapidSpike, provides a rundown of how online retailers can become more sustainable.
There’s no skirting around the fact that textile coloration has, historically, caused a pollution challenge for our planet. But there are ways to reverse this problem.
Andrew Filarowski, technical director of the Society for Dyers and Colourists (SDC), discusses the options.
As society strives to be greener, clean air zones are underway across a number of UK cities. And having played a vital role in the implementation of such an initiative in Birmingham, Adrian Odds, marketing and innovation director at CDS, shares insight into some of the lessons that he’s learnt along the way.
With an ever-increasing reliance on online channels, malicious online attacks are frequent — with some high-profile breaches impacting the travel industry, in particular.
Here, CEO of RapidSpike, Gav Winter, shares advice on the security checks that travel companies can implement to prevent such attacks.
Indigo Environmental Group has become the first plastic recycling firm to join the Sustainably Sourced Plastic (SSP) scheme — a trailblazing move which will see the company support improvements in the quality of recyclates throughout the industry.
Wise words of advice from Clare Gledhill, operations and strategic development director at CDS, as she reflects on the message she’d send to her 21-year-old self.
The role of the shredder
Maximising recycling, benefitting the environment, and improving finances — just a few of the advantages that shredding can bring for metal organisations.
Yes, last but not least, our own Katie Mallinson – showing that businesses don’t need a London agency to get their voices heard globally…
There couldn’t be a better way to end our round-up of just some of the stories we’ve secured this month. Join us in August, for a whistle-stop-tour of what’s been keeping us busy during July.
Written by Katie Coxall