November 12, 2019
By partnering with PrintReleaf, Karlson is offering its clients the opportunity to offset their paper consumption by planting new trees in their chosen certified global reforestation site. The software is simple. Monitoring paper-use levels, PrintReleaf can automatically calculate how many trees need to be planted in order to sustain and grow the global forestry system.
Steve Todd, Director at Karlson said: “We’re always looking for new ways to reduce our impact on the environment so when we heard about PrintReleaf we were very excited about the prospect of working with them. Our aim is to make everything about the customer, adding value to their business through a print less strategy and so it was an obvious add-on. Removing print from a business completely is a difficult task but with PrintReleaf, every time one of our customers prints, they will be giving something back.”
All existing customers will have the opportunity to get behind the movement in the coming months as either part of their renewal or as an extension, while all-new pitches will include the promotion of PrintReleaf as a service offering, Karlson explained.
Jordan Darragh CEO of PrintReleaf said: “We are excited to partner with Karlson and expand our growth in the UK. Their mission to ‘print less, do more’ mutually aligns with our mission to help customers offset their environmental footprint while in the process of reducing it.”
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