Ladies Who Long Lunch Announces Exciting New Sponsorship Partnership
Ladies Who Long Lunch, the leaders in social networking for women in South East Queensland, are thrilled to announce its new sponsorship partnership with Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm. This collaboration brings together shared commitment to excellence, innovation, and sustainability in events.
A prominent player in the Australian print sector, Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm is is proud to pioneer sustainable printing. They make sustainability possible. And this new partnership helps Ladies Who Long Lunch (LWLL) take another step toward sustainability.
Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm Centre Owner Aleisha Gill, attended a recent long lunch in Brisbane CBD. Soon after she was in touch with the LWLL team to assist.
“After receiving our Sustainable Green Print Level 2 Certification, our team is helping customers go green. Kirsty and Jo chatted to our business development team about how they could go greener too. And we wanted to support their sustainability goals. This was a significant conversation and told us a lot about the ladies,” Aleisha explains.
“Sustainability is still seen as a budget concern in business planning. So we take our job supporting business and helping them understand that improving sustainability is easy.”
“I enjoyed spending the afternoon with other professional women at a long lunch a few months ago. But I could see there were areas Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm would be able to help Kirsty and Jo go even greener than they currently were.”
Ladies Who Long Lunch host Jo Stevens talks about how the new partnership is helping her with event prep.
“There’s a few things I prepare for event guests that are time consuming. I’d spend a few hours in days leading into a lunch making individual packets to go on our guests plate. We were printing a few items, having to cut some of them by hand, add raffle tickets – torn up – and then sort everything ready for seating.”
“The most disappointing part was that we were using a non-recyclable plastic product to hold recyclable items.”
“Then at the end of an event, Kirsty would collect the plastic packets left and sort them, in the hope to reuse them.”
Aleisha at Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm was able to bring her expertise, creativity and sustainable print resources, and step in with solutions.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm as our new sponsor,” said Kirsty Fields, the other host of LWLL.
“Aleisha and Evan’s support of what we wanted to achieve has accelerated our efforts to create environmentally mindful events. It further enhances our ability to provide much needed time out to our guests and community. This partnership is an incredible opportunity to combine our strengths and create a lasting impact.”
The collaboration between Ladies Who Long Lunch and Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm encompasses many initiatives. Including a much needed media backdrop and the solution for recyclable table cards. The aim is to encourage our community to seek out better print solutions for themselves. While also exploring new avenues for sustainability and responsible consumption.
About Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm
At Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm, we’re here to help entrepreneurs and businesses make their mark on the world. It’s about going above and beyond for our customers and the planet – it’s what’s we do and it’s what we love. Your ambition is our ambition. We make possible.
Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm are able to assist you in every step of the print process. Providing everything from design advice, branding, stationery, photocopying, catalogue collating and much more. Whether you want to create large or smallscale masterpieces, Kwik Kopy Eagle Farm have the expertise to turn your ideas into reality.
Centre Owner Aleisha Gill is proud to be one the Ladies Who Long Lunch.
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