Made to Order Products – exactly how you want them!

May 24, 2013 at 11:38

Fully Customised Items

What are made to order items?

Made to Order items are fully customised items made exactly to your own specifications meaning that you can choose colours, design, print etc. an example of this would be promotional umbrellas. Normal promotional stock umbrellas have panels of either the same colour (all red, for example) or of two alternating colours (red and white). So what if you wanted each panel to be a different colour? The solution is that you could have them made to order with your own design and specifications. With umbrellas, this would also apply to the dimensions of the umbrella, the colour/size/material of the handle etc.

Lead Times or the 3 Stages to get your Personalised Merchandise

December 3, 2012 at 12:17

lead times personalised merchandise

The standard lead times for items that are held in stock is between two and three weeks depending on the product. Why is this?

Europromotional Products investigates.

The process can basically be split up in to three stages; delivery to printers, the printing itself and the shipping of final product.

Promotional Product Process – made simple!

October 29, 2012 at 12:05

undecided client on the phone

With thousands of promo items available for someone who has never bought any promotional items the whole process can be very confusing. After giving you some advice on how to choose the right promotional product, now here comes a simple guide to how the whole process works and it has been broken down in to four easy parts.

Things to Keep in Mind When Ordering Branded USB Memory Sticks

October 17, 2012 at 11:32

 

personalised usb sticks

Promotional gifts are a great way for organisations to deliver useful items to potential and existing customers, while ensuring that the company name remains at the forefront of their minds. Branded USB sticks, for example, have become incredibly popular, as they are quite useful and can improve the technological efficiency of nearly any operation. However, there are some inherent dangers to using technology that is of questionable quality. 

Why do more items cost less relatively?

September 27, 2012 at 16:37

ink printerHave you ever wondered why ordering 100 printed bags cost far more than 10,000?

Well, hopefully we have the answer here; it´s all about the sharing of the fixed costs of production. Our resident Business Management graduate, Paul Millington, is here to explain.

(Note: this won´t be a post for those who don´t like maths!)

Basically when it comes to any manufacturing process there are two types of cost involved: fixed and variable.

Promotional Products Recall Rate – The Sky Is the Limit?

September 14, 2012 at 07:26

Promotional items recall rateIf you want to build a successful business, a critical aspect is maintaining your brand powerful. However, creating a brand and keeping the customers’ interest alive is perhaps one of the most challenging tasks you will ever have to accomplish.

While most small businesses rely on market partnerships or word-of-mouth, large companies rely on an array of marketing strategies to draw their customers. The difference consists in the marketing budget you are ready to invest in order to increase your visibility on the market. Some say that the more you spend the more results you will obtain. Sometimes it is true, but it depends on the nature of your business, your current growth, your product/services and many other factors. Hence, it is not only about money but also about how smart you are when choosing the marketing strategies.