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UN Global Compact

We are excited to announce that Fill it Forward – Cupanion is now a part of the United Nations Global Compact. Fill it Forward is committed to adopting and embracing the initiative committed to corporate social responsibility and it’s ten guiding principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment, and anti-corruption. Read…(Read More)

This past week we had the honour of being a part of DocuSign Momentum 2019! The DocuSign Momentum conference is an annual conference put on by DocuSign in San Francisco. The conference was attended by more than 1500 customers, developers, and partners. This year’s event centred around the DocuSign Agreement Cloud – the recently announced…(Read More)

If you’re lucky enough to live near the beach or you’re just spending lots of time in the sun, then you’ll need to be prepared with certain beach essentials. We’ve rounded up 10 beach essentials that will help you stay cool, hydrated and protected all day long. The best part? They…(Read More)

Time and time again, we refer to our Tritan water bottle (The Cupanion bottle) as a high-quality alternative to an aluminum, glass, or other BPA-free water bottle. It’s the perfect reusable bottle material for taking to the gym or using during sports activities as well as for general use at home or…(Read More)

It’s tough to keep your environmental impact to a minimum while you’re away from home. But every small change you can make to your workplace routine to reduce your waste will have a large impact. Check out these 5 simple tips for staying waste-free at work, and cut the footprint of your…(Read More)

If you care about the environment and also want to engage and motivate your employees, Earth Day is a perfect opportunity to take action and build lasting change for years to come. Celebrating the planet in the workplace isn’t just good for the environment, it’s good for people, too — and your business, according…(Read More)

Teaching your children about the environment can seem like a daunting task. They will have more than a few questions (since when don’t they have questions?), and you will need many answers to their inquiries. Taking it one step at a time and teaching them slowly but surely will result in your children…(Read More)

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