3 blond women in white shirts making a green statement

Multicopy on tour – what a boost of energy!

This year started out on the road for the Multicopy sales and marketing team. In total we are participating in about ten European trade shows in January and February alone. And what a boost of energy it is to meet clients, suppliers, end users and industry colleagues! Thank you all for coming to our stand!

Awarded Best in show

The trade show concept ”Make a green statement” pushes the extraordinary environmental benefits of Multicopy Zero and aim to inspire you all to help save the planet sheet by sheet by choosing it. We invite our visitors to be photographed in front of a green screen in our booth. Adding some extra ”greenness” by putting on accessories. The photo is printed out and put in a stylish Multicopy cardboard frame, a souvenir of the event and a reminder to go for the sustainable choice. We are pleased to get positive reactions from our visitors and are happy to announce that our booth was awarded ”Best in show” at one of the tradeshows in Sweden.
 

Replanting on centre stage

For some of the trade shows we have a booth with an alternative concept – ”For every tree we harvest, we replant 2–3 new ones”. The theme is sustainable forestry and we ask our visitors to guess the number of trees replanted by Stora Enso in 2019. The best guess will win the possibility to make a donation in his/her/their name, to one of three designated charities. This far the response has been really great, and we have gotten a lot of guesses.

Maybe we have met at one of the trade shows? Maybe we will meet further on? Anyways, we would like to thank you for stopping by. For all the nice chats and interesting discussions and, most of all, for your interest in Multicopy’s products. We are really proud of them.
Multicopy on Tour - woman standing in a Multicopy stand with sign "Make a green statement"

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