How to Improve Office Space

Learning how to utilize your work space can determine how productive you are in the office. Choosing storage that is designed to be efficient is definitely worth the investment, and being organized in your space will motivate you to be organized with your work. Here are some tips for improving your own corner of the company.   […]

By | May 6th, 2013|blog|0 Comments

Why Buy American Made Products…the Top 10 Reasons

You may think twice about buying foreign products after reading the top 10 reasons why you should buy American made products. 1. Creates Jobs Each manufacturing job creates approximately 5 additional jobs such as positions in accounting, technical support, sales, and marketing. 2. Helps keep the American Economy Growing Profit earned from orders shipped abroad are rarely advantageous to our economy. Buying American-made products recycles our dollars back into our economy. […]

By | October 2nd, 2012|blog|0 Comments

12 Items to Keep You Entertained at Work

Let’s face it. Cubicles stink. No one wants to sit down for 9 hours in a makeshift cloth box doing TPS reports. Below are 12 items plus a bonus item to keep you and your neighbors entertained at work. 1. Airzooka Air Gun – $13 2. Executive Elite Marshmallow Blaster – $55 […]

By | May 18th, 2012|blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

30 Amazing Sculptures Made out of Cardboard

We are no stranger to cardboardat Samsill.  We make the RAW binder which is highly durabletype of chipboard/cardboard. All of our binders had some form of chipboard between the sheets of Polypropylene. We know our way around cardboard, but Chris Gilmour brings cardboard to an entirely different level. Via Chris Gilmour via TwistedSiftler  […]

By | May 1st, 2012|blog|0 Comments

What is Administrative Professionals’ Day?

What is Administrative Professionals’ Day? Administrative Professionals’ Day (also known as Secretaries Day or Admin Day) is a holiday in several countries. Recognize the work of secretaries, administrative assistants, receptionists, and other administrative support professionals. In North America, it is celebrated on the Wednesday of the last full week of April (Today) […]

By | April 25th, 2012|blog, Uncategorized|0 Comments

8 Uses For Binders

The ring binder was first patented in 1854 and since then they have been used for many things. The binder is the most efficient way to organize all kinds of materials. Since binders come in different sizes, colors, materials, and capacities, they are a universal tool for any type of organizational need. Binders also allow the user to become creative in [...]

By | March 21st, 2012|blog|0 Comments

10 Awesome Accessories to Organize Your Office

via MASHABLE 1. LEGO Stationery Art Carousel   Add a colorful dash of blocky fun to your desk with this organizer. It comes complete with LEGO crayons, pencils and erasers.     Cost: $28.29   2. Inbox […]

By | March 13th, 2012|blog|0 Comments

Top 10: Things to Look for When Buying a Binder

It is time, once again, for a new TOP 10 list.  Sometimes in life we have to make hard decisions about big purchases.  Buying a TV, for example, is a big purchase that generally includes a lot of research trying to figure out what is the best TV for you.  Other purchases include little to no thinking, like buying office supplies.  Most people go into Staples looking for something in particular, like a binder.  Once in the store they go directly toward the binder aisle and pick out the first binder that fits their needs. This week we’d like to challenge the traditional thought process about buying office supplies by giving you 10 things to genuinely think about when buying a binder.  A binder, like a computer, holds important papers, photos, etc. Why wouldn’t you take the same care when purchasing a binder like you do when purchasing a computer? This week’s top 10 is comprised of input from all employees here at Samsill as well as some close friends that are current students.  The responses are recorded in order from most frequent response to least frequent. […]

By | September 30th, 2011|blog|0 Comments