GB Mail and W&G Baird join Two Sides
Monday, November 1, 2021
Two more industry names have joined print and paper advocacy group Two Sides, with one becoming a partner member.
Two Sides offers both commercial and partner membership options, with the latter costing more per year but bringing with it additional benefits, including staff training and support, and promotion as a key partner in Two Sides’ communication, press, social media, and on its website.
Aylesbury-based mailing house GB Mail, which was set up in 2017 by Joe Ghadami, Gary Leonard-Pepin, and Ben Taheri, has become a partner member.
“Sustainability is a big part of our company ethos at GB Mail and we are constantly at the forefront of testing eco-friendly innovative mailing options,” said managing director Ghadami.
“We are proud to have been one of the first mailing houses in the UK to offer paper-wrapping services. This eco-friendly way to wrap your mailing item is fully recyclable and provides the wow factor. As an environmentally aware business, partnering with Two Sides is the natural next step on our sustainable journey.”
IG Design Group and St Austell Printing Company also recently became partner members.
Meanwhile, Northern Irish commercial sheetfed printer W&G Baird, based in Antrim, has joined Two Sides as a member.
Managing director Patrick Moffett said the business was looking forward “to promoting the sustainable story of print media and enhancing our own sustainability journey”.
He added: “By utilising our extensive experience and by using the materials provided by Two Sides, we will be able to truly convey the sustainable qualities of print and its effectiveness as a communications medium to our customers and wider audience.”
Both companies will now have access to a large library of co-brandable communications tools, consumer research, sustainability advice, and events.
Jonathan Tame, managing director of Two Sides UK, said the addition of the new members would help the organisation to “share the great sustainable story of paper products”.