Friday, November 26, 2010
Copyrite's Phil Ford attended the Dorset Business Awards 'Meet the Finalists' event at the Guildhall on Poole Quay on wednesday evening (24/11/10). (you can just see him hiding to the right of the centre!)
It was a chance to see who we are running against, and a great opportunity to meet all the finalists in the other catagories!
It was really fantastic to see representatives of so many great local businesses together in one room, and great to think there are so many other businesses who work to similar principles.
Good luck to all the other finalists and may the best businesses win!
Wednesday, November 24, 2010
Fourth in a series of Quick Green Tips from Ricoh to help save money and resources in the office.
How Many do you Need?
If you intend to distribute copies of a report, or handouts of your presentation, check how many sets you need. Excess copies that are thrown away are a waste of recources.
Europe currently consumes 205kg of paper per capita, four times the world average.
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Show Now, Send File Later
Is it really necessary to distribute handouts at the time of your presentation?
Many people find that emailing the electronic files afterwards is just as effective. If you do need handouts, make sure to print in 'handout mode'. It is easier for your audience, and better for the environment.
One ton of paper requires the use of 98 tons of various resources.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Copyrite is pleased to announce that we have made it into the final of the Natwest Excellence in Customer Service Award catagory in the Dorset Business Awards!
Our fellow finalists are C.G. Pitcher - a local building firm, and the Langtry Manor Hotel.
Good luck guys and may the best company win!
This Award will recognise the business that can demonstrate its commitment to providing the very highest level of customer service and in doing so be described as truly customer focused.
We are looking forward to attending the Dorset Business Awards Gala Dinner on Thursday 9th December 2010 at the Lighthouse in Poole to find out the final result.
watch this space!
Are You Sure?
Before printing a document, think about whether you really need a hard copy. Maybe you can scan or email it instead.
(Printing and writing papers use the least amount of recycled content - just 6%. Tissues use the most, at 45%, and newsprint is not far behind, at 32%).