A deck of promotional coasters! When the iconic Queen Mary 2 – flagship of the Cunard Line – returned to service after a makeover at the Blohm and Voss shipyard in Germany during the summer of 2016, some of its original teak decking was put to very interesting use – as beautifully crafted coasters!
Guide to Corporate clothing Think about it. A barista in a coffee shop, a plumber or electrician that visits people at home, employees at airports and railway stations, staff in shops, at exhibitions and conferences – corporate clothing of one type or another surrounds us. According to a CIPS report, the UK corporate workwear
Promotional Eco-Friendly Shopping Bags We’ve all become rather more bag conscious lately, especially since supermarkets began charging for them. But the fact is, plastic bags come from polyethylene which is derived from oil. While they use an impressive 70% less plastic than they did 20 years ago they still take hundreds of years to break
ISO 27001 We have got it! We are pleased to announce that we have been accessed and approved for the ISO 27001 security management systems standards certification. Information Security Management Protects corporate information and data, manages threats and gain customer confidence. The way in which a company looks after and use corporate information can
Out with the old! The new pound coin affects supermarket trollies and therefore promotional trolley coin keyrings. The new 12-sided one pound coin has caused something of a stir. Everything we’ve been used to popping familiar old round pound coins into have needed to be upgraded to accept the new ones – car park ticket