We have 20+ years’ experience in partnering with clients and delivering responsible, sustainable and compliant promotional gifts and merchandise that are brand-enhancing and backed by the right due diligence. We are a responsible business and care about our environment. We also care about our clients’ commitments and reputations. We can advise you on how you too can be a responsible organisation, protecting the environment and your brand reputation.
As we close off 2017, we are putting in place the final details for our 2018 plans – starting early in January where we are attending trade fairs in search of new and exciting products to share with our clients. We thank all our clients, suppliers and all your wonderful teams and wish all an amazing Christmas and New Year.
The Conference Season is upon us. As you immerse yourself in planning the detail, we have put together our guide to Promotional Products for the Conference Season with various pricing options to help you find the best items to create your memorable campaigns. Recent Posts The Changing Face of the …
National Promotional Products Week, or #PP Week, is celebrated nationally by the industry to raise the profile of promotional merchandise and demonstrate how the right product can be an effective solution within the marketing mix.
We all love cotton. It is a great natural material – strong and versatile. Found in virtually everything we use in our lives – from clothing to home furnishings and industrial usage – our love affair with this awesome material does not seem to be ebbing any time soon.
The Sourcing Team, leading specialists in ethical, sustainable and compliant global sourcing and procurement, have once again reconfirmed their green, sustainable and ethical credentials with the latest Gold recognition for their CSR rating from EcoVadis, the international supplier sustainability ratings organisation for environmental and social practices within the global supply chain. This excellent result puts The Sourcing Team within the top global 5% companies that have been assessed by EcoVadis during 2016.
Chatting with a couple of young relations last week (aged 8 and 12), I was struck by how savvy they are about environmental issues. Finally, it seems the messages are filtering through and they are recycling, reusing (and understanding why) both at school and at home. To them, it’s now …