Think paper isn't sustainable? Think again! We are super proud to be owned by a brand who believes in sustainability. MIDLAND has partnered with the World Land Trust, and their exciting Carbon Balanced Paper program. Ultimately this program helps protect endangered forests and threatened habitats. Learn more here. Thankfully, recycling has become almost a given in the corporate world and the majority of homes. But it's time to move into the new frontier, looking beyond recycling to tap more heavily into the other two, often overlooked R’s in the sustainability trio: reduce and reuse. These initiatives can reduce pollution and waste on the production side, while simultaneously giving consumers easier access to greener choices for their households, something that 88% of consumers reportedly want. As every business takes a different shape depending on operations and industry, finding ways to reduce and re-use at the corporate level is a complex and highly individual challenge. But some companies have found creative ways to limit their carbon footprint and give products a second life, forging the way for other companies to follow suit. So what can we learn from them? read more at: https://www.jschmid.com/blog/the-overlooked-rs-reduce-and-reuse/
Reinvigorating a decades-old plush toy brand.
In a mass-produced world where words like quality, creativity and authenticity are little more than unsubstantiated marketing-speak, Mary Meyer is the real deal.
A family-owned company with a storied 85-year history of making soft and cuddly stuffed toys for gift-givers who know and appreciate quality and want to give something truly memorable that will be loved by that special someone.
But the look of this storied brand needed an update to bring it forward in time, and make it more appealing to new parents and gift-giving grandparents. It was time for a refresh. That’s where J.Schmid came in.
Read the Case Study at: https://www.jschmid.com/blog/portfolio/mary-meyer/