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Implement a Sustainability Program with SGIA’s Peer-to-Peer Network

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Industry professionals work together to maximize sustainability practices

Fairfax, Virginia - SGIA members can get real-time knowledge and support with the Sustainability Peer-to-Peer Network. This exclusive network allows industry professionals to meet via teleconference to learn and discuss how to integrate sustainable business solutions into their operation.

“SGIA’s Peer-to-Peer Network was instrumental in our quest for SGP certification,” said Scott Crosby, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, Holland & Crosby Limited. “The program helped our team stay focused and on task, and was a valuable resource in providing input and direction based on the success of those companies that had already been through the process.”

Providing companies with the framework and resources necessary to develop and implement a sustainability program, the SGIA Peer-to-Peer Network will:

  • Offer necessary tools and resources including a workbook, templates and an online meeting format to facilitate and engage facilities with their peers as they work through the program together 
  • Assist with achieving certification by the Sustainable Green Printing Partnership Program
  • Help companies establish and improve their ROI 
  • Most importantly, help companies develop and integrate sustainable business practices

Working and manufacturing in a sustainable environment can make a clear and positive contribution to your business and its bottom line. To learn how you can take advantage of this exclusive member benefit, contact Marci Kinter and start today.


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