Month: December 2017

Mode’s Team Hunt for Treasure on Their Latest Team Weekend!

It was a blustery winters weekend in November, where Mode’s operations team descended on the North Norfolk coast for their annual team gathering. As a people centric business, the focus of these events is always to enjoy each other’s company away from the day-to day running on the business, and to push our boundaries in the chosen activity. It’s an opportunity for us to be with our excellent service team who are always permanently based in London and for us all to spend time with other members of the team that we don’t necessarily work with every day. Our destination this year was the fabulous north Norfolk coast, where on the first evening we were treated to an amazing meal read more...

GDPR: Is Your Business Ready?

GDPR is coming into force in 2018 – is your business ready? The new legislation applies to any company that collects and processes personal data within the EU. You have to be compliant by May 25th.  

What Do People Prefer, Print or Digital?

This has been an ongoing debate for over a decade, the efficiencies of digital versus print. So many articles, studies, reports have repeatedly either championed the age of digital, or the need to retain print. Reviews of ROI, costs and other KPIs have all looked at print. In fact, two things have been ignored: the need for both to live in harmony for smarter business efficiency and what people prefer. Recently a survey commissioned by Two Sides spoke to 1,000 UK consumers about their preference for reading in print or on digital. The survey looked at what people considered as trusted digital sources, along with looking at whether people wanted to choose how they received communications. These are the results: ·     78% people read more...

What’s the Best Type of Paper for Your Business Requirements?

Believe it or not, just like the quality of your goods and service, the type of paper you choose to use as a business is also incredibly important. First impressions are a big deal and if you’re sending printed documents to potential clients, you need to make sure they are presented correctly. After all, there’s no point putting in a lot of time and effort into the content if the paper is not right. Here is some advice regarding the type of paper you should opt for, according to the job requirements. Copier Paper The type of paper you invest in largely depends on what it’s going to be used for. For example, if you’re printing a high volume of read more...