seen on itv this morninG
Prince Charles’ and Victoria Beckham’s Christmas wrapping guru, Jane Means showed tins of our reusable wrapping paper Rethinkwrap™ on ITV THIS MORNING.
Featured in debut issue: “Capital” Dorset’s new premier quarterly business magazine
in the news
'I was designing garbage': Mary Ann's reusable wrapping paper is cutting waste at Christmas
Mary Ann Dujardin points out that each Christmas, the UK alone throws away 226,800 miles of wrapping paper – enough to stretch nine times around the Earth.
She is originally from Seattle and grew up surrounded by the evergreen trees of the Pacific Northwest. But she decided her job creating packaging and gift wrap for major brands was at odds with her love of nature.
rethinkwrap (regiftwrap) WINNER: Theo Paphitis’ #SBS
Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis’ chose Rethinkwrap (Regiftwrap) as a winner of Small Business Sunday, - hashtag #SBS on Twitter. Each week, Theo rewards small businesses that tweet him @TheoPaphitis and describe their businesses in one tweet including the all-important hashtag #SBS. Theo reviews and chooses his favourite lucky six who are then re-tweeted to his nearly 500,000 followers.
RETHINKWRAP in FORBES 2018 Holiday Gift Guide:
29 Awesome Gifts Created By Women In Tech.
Looking for the best tech gifts for the holidays? Check out these awesome products that also happen to be launched by women. Even more awesome, 62% of the founders featured are women of color. This is intentionally highlighted as women-led tech startups founded by women of color only get .02% of VC funding…
PS: Check out RETHINKWRAP for eco-friendly, virtually indestructible, reusable gift wrap.
Regiftwrap named in Top six new Stationery Products
REGIFTWRAP - This remarkable product answers the increasing demand from consumers to address the depletion of the worlds natural resources, with regards to the materials we use to manufacture products and for greater consideration for sustainability and waste. This reusable gift wrap is made from a strong, tear resistant hybrid that can be used over and over again, and at the end of its long life can be recycled. The gift wrap is designed to be scrunched up and stored in a tin until you’re ready to use it, furthermore each sheet has an individual number so that you can track its story. You can follow where in the world the sheet travels to and what special occasions it was used for.
A next step on our eco journey where consumers will be taking more responsibility for our impact on the environment and the use of natural resources. Smarter Thinking in our purchases looking for more recycled and sustainable products will be a factor for the stationery market.
We loved visiting the Paper Mirchi stand where artisan design and handmade wrap combined with sustainable paper crosses both this trend and Imperfect Beauty. We also loved Regiftwrap where unbelievably over 50% of our normal giftwrap cannot be recycled due to either a glitter or foil finish. The regift wrap products can be used again and again and is recyclable, however we loved the way it has a barcode on it so you can scan and track where your paper has been passed on along its life journey.
REGIFTWRAP is future trend London stationery Show
Official Trend forecasters Scarlet Opus and Stationery Show London identify products that epitomise future global consumer and design trends that will affect the stationery market featuring Regiftwrap in two key future trends “Eco 2.0” and “Imperfect Beauty”
Trend Hub and Trend Tour by Scarlet Opus at London Stationery Show
REGIFTWRAp is Launchpad WINNER 2018 London stationery Show
After much deliberation by this year’s three leading judges, 12 LaunchPad winners have been chosen. Each winner will receive a free exhibition stand at the London Stationery Show in April from which to introduce their product to the industry.