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Why Price Isn't the Most Important Factor When Buying Paper

Most of us disregard it, but paper is a very powerful communication tool. Choose the right type, and it can get your project from boring to extraordinary. That’s because paper can convey not only ideas but also emotions.

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When to Consider Switching Paper Brands

Technology has made office life easier. You no longer have to use paper documents to record every activity or keep track of your business’ day-to-day operations. Almost everything today happens in the cloud, and employees can see, review, and edit important documents remotely. 

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How to Prevent Boring Office Meetings

Let’s be honest: office meetings can be a huge waste of time. Listening to your boss babble about things that have little to do with you can affect your productivity and put you in a bad mood. Not to mention, meetings tend to go the same way every time. You complain about the things that aren’t working in the company, you struggle to come up with some ideas, and resume the meeting with more work than you can deliver.

But, that doesn’t have to be the standard recipe for office meetings. Here are some ideas that can help keep employees alert and engaged during an important meeting.

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Why Hand-Written Notes Strengthen Client Relationships

The digital age has made communication simple and convenient. Especially during the holidays, when you need to prepare next year’s strategy, revise the budget, analyze the results of this year’s campaigns, and many other things, it’s easy just to send a mass email to your clients.

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Ways to maintain your New Year’s Resolution for a Sustainable Office

There’s almost something therapeutic about beginnings. A clean slate, a new day or the beginning of a new year prompts us to erase bad habits and look for ways to improve ourselves. 

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Five Ways to Reduce Corporate Waste

We probably don’t have to tell you why you need to reduce corporate waste, but here it goes. First things first, you are contributing to making the world a better place and protecting the environment from pollution and overcrowded landfills. At the same time, you’re also improving your business efficiency by spending less on supplies you don’t need.

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