Put Your Initials on Conformer’s Interoffice Envelope

Many of you are on environmental task forces charged with the job of implementing reduce, reuse, and recycle practices throughout the office.  The underwhelming interoffice envelope seems to be the latest target, and is clearly in the crosshairs of task forces.  Twice in the same week, I found myself listening to frustrations about the reality of interoffice envelopes… that it doesn’t hold very much, isn’t durable for the job required of it, and despite its multi-usability, get trashed at the end of the day.

Conformer is in Stage 2 of prototype development for an infinitely reusable interoffice envelope made from recycled milk jug plastic (that’s post consumer waste…the best kind). 

Conformer Milk Jug Plastic interoffice envelope prototype

Conformer Milk Jug Plastic interoffice envelope prototype

Imagine never having to throw away an interoffice envelope again!  Imagine using an envelope that’s durable and versatile to be used thousands of times!  If reducing your office product costs permanently and improving the planet sounds like a good fit with your company’s objectives, we want to hear from you.  Give me your input at smcconnell@conformer.com and help put the finishing touches on this exciting new Conformer product.

-Sari McConnell at smcconnell@conformer.com

About Sari McConnell

Sari oversees strategic partnership opportunities and heads up Conformer’s San Francisco office. Sari was formerly the managing director of a venture-backed music and multimedia agency in San Francisco and New York. She began her career in brand management at Hallmark Cards, Clorox, and LeapFrog. Sari is an appointed member of the Bay Area Regional Council of Northwestern University and is an active volunteer at her children’s schools. She received her MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and her B.A. from Northwestern University as well.
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