Holding it together: See how lawyers, teachers and music copyists are using T-Tag Treasury Tags as an alternative to lever arch files, comb binders and other fasteners March 03 2016, 0 Comments
For many, keeping on top of papers and filing can be a real struggle, whether it is at home, work or studies. Getting a system in place is essential and most people develop their own preferred method of binding and filing documents, whether it's lever arch files, comb binders, staples, paper clips or treasury tags. We have spoken to some of our customers who have kindly shared with us how they are using T-Tag treasury tags and why they are choosing them over alternative methods.
Nabeel Osman is a lawyer at a city law firm. He initially ordered some T-Tag treasury tags online for his own use, but they proved so popular that his firm then placed a bulk order. He said:
"I ordered some T-Tag treasury tags and had them delivered to the office. I use them to hold together papers on my desk. I am really impressed by how easy they are to use compared to the old treasury tags and how strong they are (I often find I prefer using these over a lever arch file). Other people in the office noticed them and asked where they were from. T-Tags are now so popular in the office, a bulk order has been placed."
The Music Copyist
Jill Streater, of Jill Streater Music Ltd, is a music copyist who supervises and coordinates music production on large scale music projects. The Lord of the Rings, Spectre, The Hobbit and Iron Man are just some of the major films to her name. She initially came across them because she needed to bind some music and didn't have her usual fasteners to hand. Ms Streater said:
"I ordered them as an emergency backup - initially because I found myself up in London at Abbey Road Studies without any means of binding some music. I normally use either a coil binder, plastic comb binder or folders but found myself lacking any of my normal methods. I was very impressed with T-Tag's stylish website and efficiency in sending the tags. I love the colours. Carry on the good work!"
Susanna Wesson is an ELT teacher at a School of Engineering in France, who needed a well-made and resilient fastener to use with her engineering students. She said:
"I was looking for a flexible way to fasten files for students when I thought of those treasury tags my Dad used to use. I needed a more modern version, one that wouldn't rust, and one that could stand up to being done and undone by the users. T-tags impressed the engineering students by their design and have fulfilled their purpose as adaptable and durable fasteners."
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