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Direct Mail has stood the test of time.. and in these strange working from home / lockdown times it’s ever more useful. Whether it’s communicating and motivating your staff, or grabbing your customer’s attention. Direct Mail in 2021 is the key to making your business work well.
Door drops have increased in popularity over the pandemic. With staff working from home and customer’s not leaving their homes – it’s been a really effective way of reaching them. It’s personal and effective, so have you been using it? Here we take a look at how we can target our door drops to increase effectiveness for our customers.
It’s Ear Muff day today. Which I thought was a perfect analogy for this post! You see, there are thousands of printers out there and
Why Print Management is like your favourite supermarket! It often occurs to me when people question Print Management companies or even Print Brokers. The process
Business cards (meishi) are serious business in Japan. How you deal with business cards sends a strong message about who you are as a professional in Japan.
Printed film could provide a straightforward solution for the developers of a London skyscraper that has inadvertently created what has been dubbed a ‘solar death ray’.
Last week my wife, my son & I were in a certain house developers sales office enquiring about new houses and the development in general. I won’t mention which developer it was but here’s the situation we found ourselves in…
Rotogravure (Roto or Gravure for short) is a type of intaglio printing process, which involves engraving the image onto an image carrier. In gravure printing, the image is engraved onto a cylinder because, like offset printing and flexography, it uses
You’ll hear us talking about various printing methods over time.. today we’re going to talk about the two types we use daily, digital & lithographic
A mix up led to early copies of the latest Bridget Jones book having a chunk of Sir David Jason’s memoirs in the middle.
If you’ve ever seen an imposed sheet or a file ready for printing – you will have noticed a few marks in the white space
Tuesday 7th October is Techies Day – so to celebrate, we’re going to talk about the technology that’s being integrated within print media, especially the Web-to-Print
A great new market is opening up in the form of Augmented Reality. Most people will be familiar with the Moonpig advert on TV for
Imagine the scene… It’s Monday evening (4th March) at around 20:16 – I was just about to finish for the day when my email refreshed.
Procurement skill and understanding is limited and undervalued in UK businesses, a new survey has found.
Telegraph Media Group has produced a ‘thermal’ cover wrap to promote Age UK’s annual winter campaign ‘Spread the Warmth’.
Marketing is lies. This is the way we now think. Hell, its the way I think.
You can read a magazine online or a book on a mobile device, but you can’t use a website to decorate a lorry or package
There has been much grumbling about London 2012 from the print sector, but companies that saw the opportunties are reaping the benefits
You may remember that back in March 2013 we won the #SBS award on Twitter with the following tweet: Small Business Sunday, shortened to the
• QR Code stands for Quick Response Code, it’s intended to allow it’s contents to be decoded at high speed. • A QR code is
So following on from the registration post I thought I’d sort some info on what the other items on a printed sheet are. Today we’ll