Maybe you have read our article about handwriting and why it is good for us? Well, being on the receiving end of something written, or created, by hand is also a truly positive experience.
Since we communicate digitally to a constantly increasing extent, the printed ”messengers” that do find their way to our hands get an exclusive quality and quite a bit of attention, simply by being analogue. That goes for magazines, books, direct marketing, post-its and notes on a piece of paper. And it most certainly goes for letters, greeting cards and drawings. Plus, there is something about the tactile experience and sound of turning a page in a book or unfolding a letter, just taken out of an envelope.
Why not give the exclusive gift of something handwritten, drawn or printed to somebody you care about? Here is a bit of inspiration from us at Multicopy:
As of January 2020, Jari Suominen is Executive Vice President of Stora Enso’s forest division. In this interview, he shares his thoughts on the Forest division’s role in Stora Enso’s business portfolio and how it all begins with keeping our forests productive and healthy without compromising on biodiversity.
If you ask us, there is no such thing as too much knowledge and understanding. And it is rather amazing to reflect upon the immense positive effect that shared understanding has on communication. It helps people see new opportunities and make educated decisions in daily operations.
Which is the most responsible choice? Office paper made from recycled fiber or from virgin fiber? Virgin fiber office paper does not contain any recycled material, it is paper manufactured from new wood pulp, while recycled fiber office paper contains recycled material.