When the writer gives encouragement to his readers to go paperless, he is not about to contribute towards the local printing industry going from boom to bust. Indeed, he is actually giving the local printing services in Corona a bit of a modest boost. Because by now, the local printers would have been one or two steps ahead of this writer, amongst others. Yes, paper printing is still being done. But see a swing towards the use of paper that has been sustainably cultivated.
Going paperless offers the readers numerous advantages from a business and financial point of view. Working from home perhaps, the reader is able to do away with the clutter and become a lot more organised and efficient in the way he handles his day to day work.
The local printing industry has come along in leaps and bounds over the years. There are also more business opportunities even for those who may never have done a formal trade in printing previously.
By reading this short document, the reader might be persuaded to become yet one more of the local printing industry’s growing number of customers. He gives himself the opportunity to do away with a few more home office tasks that might be taking up too much of his work time.
Many printing shops have managed to downsize, not so much out of necessity perhaps but more to do with the opportunity to become more efficient and profitable. The printing shops are a lot smaller and yet they can do so much more.
Paper printing is still very much a necessary enterprise across all or most commercial and industrial sectors. But the volumes printed are becoming smaller.
The need to become more sustainable cannot be emphasised enough.