Your new PC laptop just arrived, all shiny and new. The bubble wrap is off, the instructions neatly discarded, and you’ve already got the power cord in the wall and charging. You’re in full anticipation mode for the Windows 10 boot-up to complete so you can get elbows deep into customizing the look and feel of your new device, but looking around your desktop, your enthusiasm starts to wane. You just noticed that your mouse and mousepad are looking mighty shabby sitting next to your newest purchase. Your other new purchase, a Graphite Corporate Briefcase from Mobile Edge is looking pretty spiffy too. It’s part of Mobile Edge’s new special Graphite collection, which features seven of the brand’s most popular and bestselling cases redesigned and re-imagined using a new, premium 'graphite' nylon material. The new bag just seems to be begging you to pack it with some new accessories
Mobile Edge has announced two additions to its Ecollection of Eco-friendly laptop bags and cases with the Ash Laptop and Ash Chromebook ECO Messengers. They’re made of all-natural cotton canvas, pack all the style, function, and features consumers have come to expect from Mobile Edge, and feature a minimal carbon footprint. “Mobile Edge has been producing environmentally friendly laptop bags and cases for years. It’s part of what we do and who we are, and we were doing it long before it was fashionable,” said G. David Cartwright, Mobile Edge President & CEO. For example, Mobile’s Edge’s Eco-Friendly Canvas Messenger Bag was recently named the Best Messenger Bag For Guys That Care About The Environment by the editors at Faveable.com, a product review site that covers men’s and women’s products including beauty, home, and tech. Faveable cited the classical-styled messenger bag’s “small carbon footprint” and “amazing” value as
With social media and the 24/7 nature of news and online discourse, people these days have access to more information than ever before about the companies from which they buy. Often known as the triple bottom line, this is a concept that broadens the focus of a company’s financial bottom line beyond the typical P&L to include social and environmental responsibilities. So what’s most important to US consumers? With 87% of US women and 78% of US men saying they plan to look for more opportunities to behave environmentally responsible in the future, according to webmarketingpros.com, it’s clear the environment is a top concern. In fact, most people prefer environment-friendly merchandise, with nearly 2/3 saying they are willing to pay more for products and services that come from companies that are committed to positive social and environmental impact.