The new year is here and it’s time to check in on your vendors and assess how they’re doing. You are looking at every angle to see if you need to switch. Here’s what to look for in your paper provider to see if it’s time to make a change.
Whether it’s summer or wintertime, energy costs are an expected, yet unfortunate expense that many building managers often overlook.
Energy costs can burn into your bottom line and eat away at your profits. If you manage a facility, you are aware that energy costs skyrocket during this time of the year, but you are often left wondering what you can do. To combat these high costs, here are a few ways that your facility can conserve energy.
What kind of paper should you stock? Stores and companies often ask this question, hoping for a definite answer. You should strategically choose your paper based on the client. There are many different types of paper varying in thickness, gloss, size, shape, all for different uses. When you’re deciding on what types of paper to have, you need to know your clients and your brand.
When you decide on a paper product, it’s important that you begin with the end in mind. You have to have an idea how the paper will be used. There are many different weights and glosses of paper that affect printing. The type of paper determines the quality. A heavier paper is going to feel more luxurious than a thinner paper. Compare a wedding invitation to a grocery store receipt. They’re both printed on paper, but feel worlds apart. When choosing multipurpose paper for an office, 24lb paper makes a huge difference compared to 20lb everyday copy paper.