Printed Agility becomes latest business to partner with CMPP

Published: Wednesday 07 April 2021 by CMPP

 

 

July 2021

Printed Agility joins the Community Matters Partnership Project

 Community Matters Partnership Project are delighted to welcome on board Printed Agility as their latest business partner. 

 Based in Wokingham, Printed Agility are carbon neutral printers specialising in signage, creative print and graphics.  They fully acknowledge that climate change is one of the most pressing issues facing modern society and as such have taken drastic action to minimise their business impact on the world for our current and future generations.  Their impact is broken down in two ways - proactive and reactive, and they constantly strive to implement the most environmentally sustainable solutions. Their carbon impact is calculated annually and they purchase the subsequent amount of offsetting. They also give back to The World Wildlife Fund and The Tree Alliance.

 Jane Redhead-Loughe, Business Development Manager, commented, “It is a pleasure to once again be involved in The Community Matters Partnership having worked with them for a number of years in my previous role.  I am so looking forward to this new venture and working with the team as part of the committee on The 2021 Twilight Runway Challenge. I know that as partners we can contribute to helping the local community."

 Paul Edwards, Chairman of the Trustees for the Community Matters Partnership Project added, “Printed Agility wholeheartedly believe in the power of community, encourage staff volunteering, and support additional leave for their staff to get involved in local community projects. They are a perfect fit for the overall mission of CMPP to connect and strengthen relationships between the corporate and not-for-profit sectors. CMPP looks forward to helping them develop and build on this commitment. ”