Promotional Items for the Sweet Toothed!

February 5, 2013 at 18:24

Promotional sweetsTell me something: when was the last time you had a bar of chocolate? What about a delicious, tasty candy? Hmm, unless you are on a diet, I am pretty sure it wasn’t such a long time ago.

Everybody loves sweets: from the insatiable children who would eat just about anything that‘s sweet and colorful, to women, men or grandparents… .

However, not many companies choose to use candy as promotional items. Well, there is a good side and a bad side. Good news first right?

Three Basics to Consider for Giving Away Promotional Items in a Foreign Country

November 13, 2012 at 15:37

Giveaways in international trade fairs

OK, so you finally understood the advantages of using personalised products to enhance your brand all over the world. One of the main concerns for any business owner or marketer would be to purchase quality items at affordable prices. There is a trick though: promotional items need to address to your prospect clients, no matter where your business is located. It’s a bit like that saying: ‘Don’t sell ice to the Eskimos!’ That is a crucial aspect to have in mind when looking for branded giveaways in foreign trade fairs or making a gift to clients, employees or providers abroad.

Top Children’s Promotional Products for Any Business

August 20, 2012 at 16:28

Promotional t-shirts for children

We all want the best for our children, whether we are talking about food, clothing or simply toys. One cannot put a price tag on the love we all share for our children, and this makes marketing that targets children a very tricky task. Why? Well, using promotional items for children can have a boosting impact on one’s business or it can ‘ruin’ it in a matter of seconds. First of all, you need to consider that the youth demographic has gained tremendous power over the last years, and yearly, up to $20 billion is spent on marketing that targets the youth market.

Therefore, if you want to use promotional items for children you need to keep count of two essential aspects: