Cartridge World’s team of home and office printing pros can make the buying decision easier by matching customers with printers that fit their need
Conservation and environmental responsibility have been hot button issues for years, but the stark reality is that even the simplest form of environmental stewardship – recycling – often is neglected.
Cartridge World, the largest specialty retailer of printer ink and toner cartridges, can help reduce costs and frustrations caused by cumbersome record-keeping procedures.
The best advice for stretching your dollar is to seek efficient printer models and to make sure they can use refillable and eco-friendly ink cartridges.
Cartridge World products are among the many items customers won’t be charged sales tax on during several tax holidays in August. The promotion is especially helpful for back-to-school purchases.
Cartridge World, the world’s leading retailer of eco-friendly ink and toner printer cartridges, is helping new college students find the right printers this back-to-school shopping season.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the typical office employee generates up to 1.5 pounds of wasted paper per day. For a 30-person office, this could mean throwing away 2,340 pounds of paper annually. By reducing this waste, an office can save up to seven trees per year.
According to a recent study by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, nearly 1.8 million college graduates will enter the job market in 2013. To help the influx of recent grads land their first job, Cartridge World, the leading ink and toner retailer, is offering free resume printing services.
Cartridge World unveiled a new eco-friendly car wrap marking its 10th anniversary in North America. The new design was introduced at the company’s national convention.
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The amount of money spent on printer cartridges and the amount of time and space they use in landfills to decompose is shocking. Commemorating April 22 Earth Day, Cartridge World is reminding businesses, schools and customers that printer cartridges don’t have to damage the environment or break the bank.
Through April 30, 2013, Cartridge World stores across the U.S. and Canada are offering a special discount to OfficeMax customers. Any customer who shows their MaxPerks card will receive double discount rewards at all participating Cartridge World stores.
While the New Year creates opportunities to start new resolutions, marketing plans and budgets, it also marks the start of tax season. For business owners, accountants and tax preparers, that also means more paperwork and printing.
The beginning of a new year is always a good time for your business to look at last year's expenses and see where you can save money in the future. Cartridge World, one of the world's largest printer cartridge retailers, is helping office managers find new ways to save hundreds of dollars throughout the year on office supplies.
Over 100 Cartridge World North American stores participated in the fundraising campaign that has recently donated $19,040 to the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF). The non-profit organization will use the donation to offer early detection services and support programs for breast cancer patients.
Although President Obama’s 2013 budget supports more than $16 billion in small business loan guarantees and tax cuts, one of the biggest problems small businesses are currently facing is weak sales, says the National Federation of Independent Businesses. So, with a new budget year right around the corner, many businesses are combating lackluster sales by reducing operating expenses.
In one month alone, more than 1 million inkjet and laser printers are purchased in North America. Cartridge World, the world’s largest specialty retailer of ink and toner printer cartridges, says that’s good news for printer manufacturers, but bad news for landfills.
In order to improve the bottom line, businesses are looking for ways to cut expenses everywhere. So businesses are relying on companies such as Cartridge World to provide innovative office printing solutions. Cartridge World, the largest retailer of replacement ink and toner cartridges, announces several cost-saving and time-saving printing solutions for small- to medium-sized businesses.
During September and October, customers can donate to the foundation by “rounding up” their Cartridge World purchase to the next dollar and donating the change.
As college students across the country prepare to go back to school, Cartridge World has money-saving and environmentally-friendly solutions for buying printer cartridges and recycling.
Cartridge World North America, the world’s largest specialty retailer of ink and toner printer cartridges, has partnered with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to raise funds in support of breast cancer awareness.
In honor of Independence Day and Canada Day in the U.S. and Canada, Cartridge World is recognizing military veterans by offering a special 10 percent discount to veterans in Cartridge World stores.
Cartridge World, the world’s largest specialty retailer of ink and toner printer cartridges, launched a new franchise opportunity for entrepreneurs. The company is offering a mobile franchise, Cartridge World Express™, as a new direct delivery service for business customers.
As millions of college students enter the job market this month, Cartridge World is supporting local graduates with a special free resume printing offer in June.
To better serve local business customers, Cartridge World has added printers to its eco-friendly product line of ink and toner printer cartridges.
Three schools accepted $15,000 from Cartridge World as winners of arecent national contest to receive technology funding.
Recycling Printer Cartridges Saves the Planet and Reduces Costs
Tax season is in full swing. Businesses, tax preparers, and tax payers find themselves printing more than usual.
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Cartridge World, the world’s largest ink and toner refilling retail franchise, announced today new partnerships to help entrepreneurs gain greater access to bank financing and start-up capital to open a franchise. Through newly formed partnerships with BoeFly and Guidant, Cartridge World is streamlining the path to franchise ownership.
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For many of those who survived the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center, the tragedy of that day proved to be ongoing. They may not have lost their lives, but many lost their livelihoods.
Picking up the pieces and finding the fortitude to keep going was a challenge for these survivors, but some found new lives and new dreams amidst the ashes. Here are seven.
NEW YORK (MainStreet) -- Everyone knows the story of Cantor Fitzgerald, the bond firm on the 105th floor of the north tower of the World Trade Center, which lost more than 650 employees -- one-third of its workforce -- when American Airlines Flight 11 slammed into it Sept. 11, 2001.
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Tracey Barnes Wins $10,000 from Cartridge World's Earth Day Sweepstakes
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Cartridge World, the world leader in printer cartridge refilling, has named Frank Case as President of Cartridge World Americas.
From used furniture to Web invoices, companies pinching costs to survive
Ink and toner retailer reminds everyone to think and spend, locally.
Cartridge World, the world’s fastest growing ink and toner remanufacturing retailer and franchisor, announces the appointment of Marcel Portmann as Director of Operations for Latin America.
International Printer Cartridge Retailer is Educating Consumers and Businesses on the Benefits of Keeping Cartridges Out of Landfills
2010-02-19 Ready For Refills: Cartridge World Finds Benefits To Frugal Spenders. 02/19/2010 By: Nashville Business Journal - Linda Bryant - As more companies are drowning in a sea of red ink, the market for recycled computer print cartridges is hitting high tide.
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2009-11-20 11 / 20 / 2009 By: Patrick Hoge of the San Francisco Business Times - While printing equipment giant HP has seen revenue from its imaging and printing division decline, Cartridge World USA has seen demand for its remanufactured cartridges spike upward. Click here to view a PDF version of the arti
On paper, the recycling program was touted as a bold step toward California's green, climate-friendly future.
The world’s fastest growing ink and toner refilling retailer is reporting double digit increases in same-store sales for the sixth consecutive month, with domestic same store sales increasing 16.3% for Quarter Two over last year.
Double digit comparable store sales is evidence consumers seek better value in ink and toner.
The article features a number of franchise companies, including Cartridge World, which are making it easier for families to live eco-friendly lives. It highlights the environmental benefits of recycling and refilling ink cartridges as well as the fruitful business opportunity Cartridge World offers entrepreneurs. The article features franchisee Laura DeBerry’s interview with reporter Elaine Pofeldt.
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Retired Army Specialist Stan White owns Cartridge World, a franchise in Elk Grove, Calif., that sells ink and toner cartridges. He spoke to G.I. Jobs about owning a franchise.
The recession doesn't worry this business owner, whose stores provide a way for consumers to save on printing costs, save cash, saving the environment.
With ad dollars dropping across the board, marketing people are looking for any way to save money and still get their brand message out. CNBC's Mike Hegedus has found one solution in Kansas City.
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Imaging Spectrum magazine recently interviewed Tom Fricke, Cartridge World's new CEO to get a little background information and a little insight on the future of the company.
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