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At Latcham Direct, sustainability is at the heart of our business-not because it’s fashionable, but because it’s the right thing to do. We have a duty to our customers and our community to operate sustainably, with as little impact as possible on the environment.  Bristol City Council has announced it will be carbon neutral by 2030, and we have aligned our goals with theirs. This remains unchanged by covid-19. To make this goal a reality,
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Do You Consider the Environmental Impact of Your Graphic Designs? As a graphic designer, do you factor in the environmental impact of your design decisions?  Whether producing a design which will be displayed electronically or printed, your decisions as a graphic designer can impact the environment. This is why it is becoming increasingly important for creatives to deliver a truly sustainable graphic design. What is Sustainable Graphic Design? Sustainable graphic design is an approach that considers
The Huddersfield Town Foundation needs our help. A true community organisation, The Huddersfield Town Foundation has been helping children in the Kirklees area for eight years, providing free breakfasts with their breakfast clubs and unforgettable trips to big matches for local kids who wouldn’t be able to afford to attend without their help. The Huddersfield Town Foundation raises their money through events like sponsored bike-rides and their “3 peaks challenge” but they need more regular
Latcham Direct recently worked with armed forces charity The Not Forgotten to distribute 1,000 Boredom Buster booklets to isolated current and ex Armed-Forces personnel during lockdown. The Not Forgotten Association was established in 1920, with their original aim “to provide comfort, cheer and entertainment for the wounded ex-servicemen still in hospital as a result of the Great War.’ Since then, their remit has expanded to providing home comforts and services for ex armed-forces personnel that
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If you are a public sector organisation interested in finding out how hybrid mail can help your organisation save costs, time and labour, join our free webinar with EEM on Monday 20th July at 11.00 am. EEM is a non-profit organisation offering efficiency savings for the public sector. All public sector bodies are free to join EEM’s framework. Their priority is to support all members in their common goal – to provide efficiently delivered and
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