Rootree Inc. announces launch of their 4th RT | Foundation Award
Canadian sustainable packaging leader provides growth opportunity to small businesses by launching award that provides winner with new complete custom design of their packaging and more
Burlington, Ontario, October 29, 2020: In honour of October’s Small Business Month, Rootree Inc., Canada’s leader in sustainable digital flexible packaging, announced the launch of their 4th RT | Foundation Award.
Created to celebrate small businesses and encourage growth within them, the RT | Foundation inspires new and still-developing businesses to keep making their amazing products. The Foundation awards one (1) entrepreneur with a prize valued at $5,000, which includes:
- A new, complete, custom design of their packaging
- Production of their new pouches
- Product photography
- Product promotion
Applications will be accepted until November 14, 2020 and can be found on their website rootree.ca/foundation. The winner will be announced on November 26, 2020.
Rootree knows that customized packaging can be a game-changer for new and established companies alike, but that the cost and time it takes to create is not attainable for all businesses, which is why they created this award. The RT | Foundation takes the stress and cost away from designing a package that will catch the consumer’s eye and help the recipient’s business grow. Visit rootree.ca/foundation to learn more, and to see past winners.
The RT | Foundation is open to businesses based in Canada (excluding the Province of Québec) and the United States of America. Visit their website (rootree.ca/foundation) to read the full Rules & Regulations.
About Rootree Inc.
Rootree Inc. (formerly known as Swiss Pack Canada) is a leading Canadian producer and innovator of high-quality sustainable digital flexible packaging, co-packing, and creative services. The company manufactures compostable and recyclable packaging for a wide range of industries specializing in stand-up pouches, coffee bags, and rollstock. Rootree Inc. was the first manufacturer to install an HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press in Canada, as well as the first to install a Karlville Pack Ready laminator in the world.