Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Minimum or 50 Bags

Bag People have streamlined a few things recently and by doing so, we can now deliver a Minimum Order of 50 Bags.

Our new website is fully e-commerce enabled which means you can process your whole order online.  More website details to follow soon.

50 Bags are despatched next business day, so there's no delays in receiving your order.

Have a look through the Bag People website, or Contact Bag People directly for more information.

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Retail Products are Ready


Bag People have been making great custom-made bags sine 1993.

Every bag made (up to now) has been specifically made for an individual customer... made to suit their exact specification.

A little while ago we thought "why can't everyone get the benefit of our excellent bags?", so we launched the retail-ready range of bags via Planet Eco Bags.

These bags are made to the same high standards we have strived for over the years, but you can buy one at a time.

Get these bags to use for yourself, or if you have a shop (be it online or bricks-and-mortar) you should think about selling these bags. There's great margins to be made!

Have a look through the Planet Eco Bags website for more information.

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Anne Geddes Supports the Grace Centre

World renowned photographer Anne Geddes has joined Harris Farm Markets to support The Grace Centre for Newborn Care at Westmead Children’s Hospital.

The Grace Centre provides intensive care to babies who have surgical, cardiac and other complex medical conditions.

Anne's passion for the health care of newborns has brought about this opportunity to raise money for the cause.

Bag People have developed a stunning bag using Laminated Woven PP to reproduce a full colour photographic print of one of Anne's iconic images.

The Anne Geddes Bags are in Harris Farm store now with profit of bag sales going directly to The Grace Centre for Newborn Care.

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

5 Years of Blogging

Happy Birthday to our Blog.

::  5 years old
::  248 Posts
::  24,566 visitors

Pretty good statistics considering all we make & talk about is bags.

Plus, we've never recycled a previous story... all new.

Where will we be in another 5 years?