ExaClair Limited are thrilled to announce that they have been shortlisted as finalists at the 2021 BOSS Federation Industry Awards, which are set to be held on the 25th November at the Kimpton Clocktower Hotel, Manchester.
The Forever Young range of premium Exacompta stationery products has been nominated for the ‘New Product of The Year’ award, which is designed to acknowledge innovative products that have been launched during the past 12 months.
Following on from the success of the original collection of Forever products, the recently launched Forever Young filing and desktop accessories are designed to target 15-25 year olds by incorporating an attractive finish with four on-trend colours; blue, turquoise, yellow and fuchsia.
Featuring products accredited with the Blue Angel environmental label that are manufactured from 100% post-consumer recycled plastics, this range has already been highly appreciated by members of Generation Z, also known as ‘zoomers’.
In addition to the initial range of stylish ring binders, elasticated 3 flap folders, filing boxes, multipart files and display books, the selection has been expanded to include various desk items, such as recycled BIG-BOX desk drawer sets, magazine files, modular pen holders and a letter tray set. The desktop items are all supplied with a 25-year warranty, providing extra reassurance for consumers.
Lawrence Savage, Marketing Manager at ExaClair, explains, “Over the past few years climate change has become a hot topic, with a recent survey showing that 62% of zoomers are preferring to buy more sustainably sourced products*. These new additions to the Exacompta family help create efficient study and office spaces that are also environmentally responsible, whilst further meeting the needs of this growing younger consumer base.”
In regards to the nomination, Lawrence comments; “We are delighted to have been shortlisted for this award. It illustrates how Exacompta are committed to helping reduce the effects on the Earth’s climate by producing more ecologically aware products that can become part of a circular economy and it’s exciting to have been a part of launching such an innovative product range.”
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*www.environmentalleader.com, Jan 2020.