If you work in an office, you’ve been to a boring office event. Droning on during birthday songs, counting the minutes through boring games, plastering on a smile while you force small talk—we’ve all been there. Forced fun among staff seems to be a part of corporate culture. But what if there was a better way to engage coworkers? What if you could also display some awesome new printing capabilities and captivate your team members at the same time? The answer lies in treating your next workplace event like a trade show.
Each day at work we do things that impact the environment. Whether it's driving your car to the office, making multiple copies, or not recycling that soda can at lunch. Your actions make an impact. At SumnerOne, we may not be able to enforce an office-wide recycling initiative for you, however, we do have a solution for helping the environment through your printing habits. This solution is something that we like to call: PrintReleaf.
Did you know that a single tree produces 8,333 sheets of paper? It takes a lot of paper, and a lot of trees to run a business. We help our clients turn that impact around through our partnership with PrintReLeaf, an organization that permits businesses to certifiably reduce their environmental impact. Their PrintReLeaf Exchange is a patented software platform that tracks usage and drives reforestation.
In December of 2015, Fast Company published an article predicting the top 8 office design trends for 2016. A year later, we’re curious as to how those predictions have turned out. So we checked in with a few of our clients and colleagues, here’s what we discovered about the top 4 predictions:
Have you ever noticed that New Year’s Resolutions jive perfectly with the start of another fiscal year for many companies? This year, we’re offering our top New Year’s Resolutions for creating a smart office to help kick your year into high gear while keeping your budget in line:
Your employees don't mean to destroy your bottom line every time they print another color-happy web page, but that's the outcome just the same. To call a halt to unnecessary color printing and other revenue-draining print habits, read our must-have list of easy fixes.