The EMA Foundation for Paper-Based Communications supports the paper-based communications industry by designing and implementing a key research and education agenda for companies in the envelope industry and the customers they serve.
The Foundations seeks to identify and analyze major trends affecting the paper-based communications industry; to position paper-based communications as a key participant in the information age; to develop key relationships with academic institutions and allied industry partners to monitor and support focused research; and to encourage career participation in the paper-based communications industry.
Designing and implementing key research and education agendas for the envelope industry
Develop key relationships with academic institutions and allied industry partners
Encourage and improve career participation in the paper-based communications industry
The EMA Foundation recently funded a large nationwide survey of over 3,000 adults studying the preferences of adult Americans regarding paper-format bills, statements and related documents. InfoTrends, a market research firm specializing in topics related to paper, paper communications, and printing, was chosen to oversee the survey and analyze the results.
The mission of the institute is to create educational tools and information that can be used to educate the paper-based communication industry and external constituencies on postal matters.
The mission of the Institute is to create tools and information that can be used to educate the paper-based communications industry and external constituencies on environmental matters.
The EMA Foundation for Paper-Based Communications proudly presents the Poopsie Bower Tuck Scholarship. The Scholarship will be awarded to a female member of the envelope manufacturing community seeking to advance her education. This scholarship will be offered annually in the amount of $5,000.