Be sure to check out this new infographic on efficient use of materials and waste minimization in papermaking.
In manufacturing our products, Sappi North America utilizes each and every input to the greatest possible degree. By integrating flow loops into critical stages of the manufacturing process, we can capture and re-use excess material, and we further minimize waste to landfill by recycling anything we can’t re-use.
Online entities are increasingly launching magazines to better connect with their customers
If you run an online search for the subject ‘magazines are dead’ you’ll get 70 million results in about 20 seconds. 70 million. And yet, as I scroll through the results, I find that many posts only use ‘magazines are dead’ to grab your attention because, when you actually read the posts, it’s clear that magazines, in fact, are not dead. Through posts, and through my experience and connections, I increasingly hear that online entities are launching magazines to better connect with their customers.
The album is making a comeback in physical manifestations as opposed to digital ones
Did you know that digital music revenue didn’t surpass the revenue of physical music until 2014? So, despite the numerous sites where you can download music--MP3, Spotify, iTunes, Pandora, Jamendo—music lovers still bought more physical manifestations of music than digital ones. And to make that old adage true—everything old is new again—lately the album has been making a comeback.
Past Sappi Ideas that Matter grant winner EducationSuperHighway is the leading non-profit focused on upgrading Internet infrastructure to enable digital learning in America's K-12 public schools. Check out their story.
America's schools need an upgrade. Digital learning can transform education, but it requires robust broadband. And today, 40 million students don't have the speed they need. That's 72% of all K-12 students in the US.
Cheryl Heller’s presentation charts Sappi's Ideas that Matter's history and impact, as well as the evolving path of social design
I’m very proud of the social responsibility platform that Sappi supports. My company focuses on three critical groups: communities, customers and employees. Part of our customer outreach includes the Sappi Ideas that Matter grant program, which awards grants to designers who help nonprofit organizations make a meaningful difference in the communities they support by using their skills, creativity and design thinking.
Release of 2014 Sustainability Report Highlights Environmental Stewardship Goals
BOSTON, April 15, 2015 /3BL Media/- Sappi North America, a leading producer and supplier of diversified paper and packaging products, today unveiled its 2014 Sustainability Report, detailing its achievements in producing and delivering products in innovative and environmentally responsible ways. Notable successes cited in the fourth annual report for the company’s operations in North America include:
How one retailer discovers that catalogs are the single most effective driver of online and in-store sales
J.C. Penney recently announced they would relaunch a mailed home goods catalog in March after a three-year hiatus. Their goal is to reach and engage with their existing customer base who are responsive to the printed medium. Is this the bell weather for the future of print catalogs?
By: Daniel Dejan, Sappi etc. Print & Creative Manager
Live events are gaining popularity even in an increasingly digital world
Why—with all our digital devices, 24/7 media streams, access to webinars, videos, and written content—would anyone attend a live event? It certainly isn't the most convenient way to access someone’s opinion, data, their process or experiences. Yet, despite access to ‘everything’ on the internet, events and conferences seem to be gaining popularity and growing their attendee numbers.
Is a book a commodity, a decorative item or an experience and a journey?
As a designer, I admire all things paper. As a bibliophile, I am drawn to the power of books. So, I was intrigued when I heard of Thatcher Wine who custom-tailors libraries from his workshop in Boulder, Colorado. Juniper Books, Wine’s studio, focuses on building tailored libraries, curating unique book sets and designing custom book covers.