For many, cardboard is something that belongs in recycling bins. But for ‘cardboard engineer/packaging ninja’ Mat Bogust, it’s something to be messed with, as he did recently as part of Beck’s NZ Music Month sponsorship. Plus: the rise of cardboard casket business Rest in Pets.
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Given the size—and growth—of the pet industry, and the increasingly close relationship humans have with their animals, it’s not unusual to see strange new products being launched (I’m looking at you cat soufflé). Not surprisingly, most of the products are aimed at pets that are still alive. But ‘cardboard engineer’ Mat Bogust and his wife Jane have seen a gap in the market and launched a Kickstarter campaign to try and give their cardboard casket business Rest in Pets a leg up.