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Mobile Device Nondestructive Testing

Mobile Device Testing Non-destructive Techniques Non-destructive mobile device testing is part of Group O’s mobile device lifecycle management services. Our non-destructive testing is part of our First Article Inspection (FAI) process and involves a variety of mobile device testing procedures designed to be fully customizable to fit the needs of individual carriers and original equipment manufacturers…

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Referral Rewards

Rewarding Customer Referrals - Refer a Friend Programs When was the last time you tried something new based on a recommendation?  From reading a book recommended by a family member to eating at a new restaurant your friend can’t stop talking about, many of our decisions are influenced by referrals. In fact, research shows that 92% of consumers trust referrals and recommendations from friends and family.  Let’s…

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Brand Incentive Program

Leveraging Incentive Programs to Generate Brand Authority and Web Traffic Given the rise in e-consumerism, and the pandemic’s role in an increased level of online shopping, brands looking to generate higher authority and boost web traffic are up against a lot of competition. Gone are the days of exclusive in-person shopping where brands could only connect with their customers face to face, generating…

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Customer Brand Advocacy

Cultivating Customer Brand Advocacy Brand advocates are customers, clients, and even employees who continue to support and champion a brand, going so far as to promote the brand to new and potential customers organically. Customer brand advocacy is a powerful tool in any company’s arsenal because it boosts customer retention and acquisition efforts alongside traditional marketing campaigns.  Studies…

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Sustainability Through Packaging Automation

Labor and Process Automation for Sustainability There are a variety of different actions companies can take to reduce their carbon footprint in the packaging industry. From reducing the use of plastic in packaging products to using alternative eco-friendly materials, companies have the potential to positively impact the environment and offset their carbon emissions.  Another useful tool to consider…

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How Hemp Packaging Can Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

The Hemp Packaging Process As more states legalize the use of medicinal and recreational cannabis for adults, the stigma around cannabis and related products like hemp are dissipating. Hemp is back in the spotlight as its sustainable characteristics are being recognized for its use in the packaging industry.  Hemp is a crop specifically grown to make paper, textiles, bio-plastics, and other materials…

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Sustainable Packaging Made from Sugarcane

Sugarcane is proving to be a popular, eco-friendly alternative to traditional packaging materials that more companies are adopting. As sustainable practices continue to inform consumers' buying decisions, sugarcane offers a sustainable solution to the eco-conscious consumer’s needs. By incorporating sugarcane packaging into your packaging process you are not only meeting the demands of the market but…

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How Food Packaging Impacts Carbon Footprint

Almost everything we eat and drink has been packaged in some way or another. Yet due to the manufacturing process and improper disposal, food packaging has a large carbon footprint. From plastic water bottles and cardboard pizza boxes to individually wrapped snacks, food packaging pollutes our landfills, air, and waterways.  Food packaging is typically designed for single-use and is not always recycled.…

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Carbon Footprint of Cardboard Packaging

Cardboard is one of the most commonly used packaging materials (and for a good reason). It is sturdy, can support heavier loads, and it is also recyclable. As more and more companies take strides towards reducing their carbon footprint, cardboard offers a unique opportunity in offsetting harmful emissions. The Cardboard Lifecycle A carbon footprint refers to the total amount of carbon dioxide emitted…

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Carbon Footprint of Different Packaging Materials

More and more companies are concerned about their carbon emissions and are looking for ways to reduce or offset their carbon footprints.  A carbon footprint refers to the total amount of carbon dioxide emitted due to everyday activities both on an individual and corporate level.  Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a greenhouse gas emitted through direct or indirect activities like your morning…

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