environmentally friendly

5 Ways 5G Could Impact Museums

Every day, another major news headline comes out citing the transformative power of 5G. According to the World Economic Forum, “we’re on the verge of a new age of interconnectedness” that will change the world in profound ways. This isn’t just an incremental improvement to existing 4G network technology, it’s an entirely new mobile infrastructure. Now, after years of speculation about the potentials of 5G, it’s finally here.

In the Spirit of Earth Day, Here’s How Zoos & Aquariums Can Go Green with Digital Membership Cards

Zoos and aquariums attract 181 million visitors annually, and members make up a large portion of those visitors. At the same time, physical membership cards continue to be a huge source of paper and plastic waste. As membership remains a key source of revenue for zoos, it’s important that it stays an attractive option to the environmentally-conscious demographic of zoo visitors. By helping you roll out a digital membership program, Cuseum can assure that you will continue to attract new members, as well as hold onto your current ones.

The Tellus Science Museum is Going Digital with Their Membership Cards

We are thrilled to welcome the Tellus Science Museum into the Cuseum family and celebrate the launch of their digital membership cards! It’s Earth Day today, so it’s time to celebrate going green with digital!

How Your Organization Can Go Green With Digital Membership Cards

When you think about the push to be eco-friendly and how you can help, what comes to mind? Using fewer to-go cups? Opting for paper over plastic grocery bags? Turning the lights off when you leave the room? You may never have considered your organization’s membership cards when you think of things that could be greener! But when it comes to the environment, every little bit counts, and switching out your plastic or paper membership cards for something with no environmental impact will not only save your organization time and money, it’s also great for the Earth!


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