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Make a real impact, put some poo in your paper

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By Jenny Roper, 15 September 2014

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A client rings you up and asks whether you can offer them something different, a little twist that will make their latest marketing campaign stand out. You pause briefly, and then you reply: “How about some giraffe poo paper?”

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