The story in the Times yesterday (£ - sorry!) that switching to smaller receipts helped budget supermarket chain Lidl save £150,000 on paper costs caught my interest.
It reminded me of the story a few years back where a 14-year-old put forward an idea that could potentially save the US government $234m in printing costs by changing typeface on its documents.
Closer to home, have you or your clients put any simple measures in place that have saved a business ££? They don't have to be worth millions! Or have you tried something that ended up costing more?!
Thanks as ever,