Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Kevin Rowe of PureLinq Shares How 3D Printing with Recycled Ocean Plastics is Reducing Trade Show Waste and Raising Awareness of Plastic Pollution in Digital Marketing Communities

Leaders Perception Magazine is currently running an interview series called – Navigating AI’s Impact On Business
Today, we had the opportunity to interview Kevin Rowe who is a Founder & Head of Strategyat PureLinq.

Welcome to our interview with Kevin Rowe, Founder and Head of Strategy at PureLinq. As an SEO entrepreneur with a love for the ocean, Kevin has combined his passions to create a company that focuses on reducing trade show waste and raising awareness of ocean plastic pollution. In this interview, we’ll learn about Kevin’s backstory and how PureLinq has worked to reduce its environmental impact. We’ll also discuss the challenges the company has faced in implementing sustainable practices and how they’ve overcome them. Join us as we dive into the world of sustainable marketing with Kevin Rowe.

Interviewee Name: Kevin Rowe

Company: PureLinq

Kevin Rowe’s favourite quote: “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.”
– Albert Einstein

The Interview

Thank you so much for joining us today! Tell us a little bit about yourself. What is your backstory?

Kevin Rowe : I’m the founder of PureLinq, SEO entrepreneur who loves the ocean. Over the past 10 years, I’ve been a sailor, freediver, spear fisherman, and swimmer.

In what ways has your company worked to reduce its environmental impact, and what results have you seen from these efforts?

Kevin Rowe : PureLinq is focused on reducing trade show waste by 3D printing the materials out of fishnet filament that would have ended up in the ocean. Our campaign Recycle SEO, is raising awareness of the ocean plastic pollution problem in digital marketing communities. We launched this initiative at Pubcon, a search marketing event in Austin TX, and the differentiation allowed us to talk to companies that would have not talked to us otherwise.

What challenges have you faced in implementing sustainable practices, and how have you overcome them?

Kevin Rowe : The settings for 3D printing with recycled ocean plastics is difficult to calibrate, and but using a vendor that can 3D print the products can reduce the time testing and adjusting the printer settings.

Leaders Perception would like to thank Kevin Rowe and PureLinq for the time dedicated to completing this interview and sharing their valuable insights with our readers!

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