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An open letter to the plastic manufacturer companies

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15:45 PM | 1 November 2017
by Sam Englund
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Sam Englund explores the issues holding back the manufacturing industry, and the changes it needs to take to become more sustainable and prevent our planet from increased climate change.

We're used to creative sector companies talking about innovation and leading the change within digital. What about companies within manufacturing? This article will be covering how one can look at alternative solutions in order to create a sustainable business by applying new technology and human-centric leadership. Explaining how you can be more profitable by leaving the industrial-age and transforming into the social-change-age.

Dear plastic manufacturers

Listen up...I'm giving you a head start. The responsibility for your company is in your hands, and its future success depends on the decisions you make today. A big shift is coming for you, and it will change the entire manufacturing industry as a whole.

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