Many local businesses neglect digital marketing for one reason or another. Perhaps they feel they get along just fine with traditional channels and word-of-mouth, or perhaps they’re just wary of diving into unfamiliar territory.
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Any promotional items you give out are a reflection of your brand. Is your business fun? Are you innovators? Maybe artistic? Your freebies should express that.
You may not believe it, but print media and social media go hand in hand, like Batman and Robin, peaches n’ cream, or Siegfried & Roy.
At New York Fashion Week this year, one of the biggest events wasn’t held by Armani or Chanel, but Epson. The Japanese printing giant’s Digital Couture Showcase featured work from rising designers around the world created using digital textile printing.
As Patrick Bateman taught us in the seminal film American Psycho, a business card is more than a slightly outdated way to give someone your contact information. It’s a statement about your business, your personal brand, and your professional status.
Print Three’s award-winning commercial digital printing services are responsible for setting the standard of the highest-quality professional marketing materials in Canada, and our branded calendars are a particular source of company pride.
Direct mail will always have its place. Even in today’s digital landscape, 98% of consumers check their physical mailboxes every single day – but they’ll throw your direct mail campaign into the trash if they aren’t instantly intrigued.
Banner ads, posters, and direct mail are crucial when marketing a business – but what about the little things like pens, envelopes, letterheads, calendars, and other stationery in your office?
As Canada’s print experts, we’re here to tell you that most printing mistakes are easily avoided—which means extra frustration if you carelessly make one.
Andrew Hrywnak, President of Print Three Franchising Corporation, has been featured in the January issue of Franchise Canada for his lifelong career as a member of the Canadian printing franchise.