Visual Media Alliance Provides Automated Sustainability Program with PrintReleaf

DENVER, Colorado, February 2021 – Visual Media Alliance (VMA)—a non-profit organization established to provide creatives, web, media, marketing, and print professionals the very best benefits and money-saving programs available—is providing Continue ReadingVisual Media Alliance Provides Automated Sustainability Program with PrintReleaf

Com Pro Managed Business Solutions Partners with PrintReleaf to Offer Automated Sustainability Program

DENVER, Colorado, November 30, 2020—Com Pro Managed Business Solutions has partnered with PrintReleaf, a software platform that empowers businesses to sustain and grow its global forestry system. Using PrintReleaf, Com Continue ReadingCom Pro Managed Business Solutions Partners with PrintReleaf to Offer Automated Sustainability Program

PGAMA Partners with PrintReleaf to Offer Alternative on Sustainable Paper Certification

DENVER, Colorado, November 3, 2020— Printing & Graphics Association MidAtlantic (PGAMA)— a regional trade association helping graphic communication firms enhance their profitability by educating, communicating and advocating throughout Virginia, Maryland, Continue ReadingPGAMA Partners with PrintReleaf to Offer Alternative on Sustainable Paper Certification

GAA Partners with PrintReleaf to Adopt Lower Cost Paper Certification Standard

DENVER, Colorado, June 2, 2020— In support of their mission to provide members with business relationships, expertise and education that ensure the strength and profitability in the graphics, print and Continue ReadingGAA Partners with PrintReleaf to Adopt Lower Cost Paper Certification Standard

Clover Imaging’s Reforestation Efforts Surge Upwards of 600,000 Trees

Chicago, IL — Clover Imaging Group (“Clover Imaging”) proudly announces that over 600,000 trees have been planted in at-risk forests throughout the world through its close partnership with sustainability innovator, PrintReleaf™. Continue ReadingClover Imaging’s Reforestation Efforts Surge Upwards of 600,000 Trees