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Marketing Firm Invests Heavily on Eco-friendly Balloons

Marketing Firm Invests Heavily on Eco-friendly Balloons

Brand Republic is pleased to announce an increased level of investment in the production of new environmentally friendly balloons. The business is aware that their clients use printed balloons for a wide range of purposes including events and functions. However, they also understand that balloons are not typically safe for the environment with billions of balloons used annually.

Now the business is aiming to disrupt the market by investing heavily in manufacturing balloons made from natural materials like latex.

Latex is a biodegradable, natural substance that does break down in both sunlight and water. When exposed to sunlight, the degradation process increases; however, micro-organisms will attack the rubber, even in dark locations.

According to Brand Republic, typically once they have burst or deflated, balloons can stay in the environment for decades and will often end up in waterways. This is not the case with the new environmentally friendly balloons the business is investing in.

The new balloons are also inexpensive and provide health benefits. Brand Republic claims that many typical balloons sold on the market are dangerous for people’s health because they are often made of low quality materials that can contain toxic chemicals. The business wants to ensure that their balloon products help set a new health standard.

Brand Republic believes that customers and clients are far more aware when selecting products that are less harmful to the environment and their health. They want to ensure that they are offering the best choice on the market.

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