As we approach the end of the year, the wise words of
Tony Jeary spring to mind
“Communication goes beyond the words we choose“
When we have been faced, with not being able to see one another in person, we have looked for alternative forms of communication. We’ve seen the popularity of Zoom, literally zoom, along with receiving a letter through the post from our Prime Minister.
These two forms, along with many others, proved and continue to prove an effective form of communication. With this in mind, we have carefully started to plan out how we can help you with your communication, effectively, throughout the winter months.
For over 50 years we have serviced our customers with print, between the 70’s and 90’s we grew our offering by accompanying our litho presses with digital presses, and launching our own design studio. The millennium saw another growth, with the introduction of full website design and development, alongside promotional items.
From the start through to today, we have grown as a business, remaining ready to help you communicate, effectively. < How? >
< cards, wall planners, calendars, pads, diaries >
Whatever purpose you have for sending corporate Christmas gifts, whether it is to put a smile on a customer’s face or congratulating a colleague. We understand it is important to spread the festive cheer by effectively communicating with your customers and colleagues, to wish them a very Merry Christmas. One of the most important things when sending out personalised Christmas gifts, is that they fit in with your marketing strategy, your brand, and without a doubt showcase your logo. < more >
There are lots of ways we can showcase you through the power of print, ensuring a lasting impression, for now, and throughout the year. Alongside print, we can turn your presence to the wonderful world of websites, social media, and promotional items. E-cards, social media designs, landing pages, video story cards, mail campaigns, and corporate gift packages, all form a unique form of effective communication. Being online is thought to be, the only way to be seen. During the height of the UK lockdown, Ofcom recorded that adults spent on average 4 hours and 2 mins a day online.
Yih-Choung Teh, Ofcom’s Director of Strategy and Research, said:
“Lockdown may leave a lasting digital legacy. The coronavirus has radically changed the way we live, work and communicate online”
It has never been more important to reach out to your customers and show appreciation for their business. We believe we can help you to do that effectively through both our online and offline, products, and services.