Promotional products are an effective way to get your brand out there – and literally in the hands of consumers.
These items can help you gain exposure, initiate conversations, and remind people what your company is all about. Promotional items can also show your customers that you care, since they can be given as gifts to thank customers, during the holiday season, or just because.
But there are so many options for promotional items. What will your target consumer like best? While no two audiences are exactly alike, you may want to start by looking at this list of the top five promotional items that people report liking the most, according to the PPAI.
Our office will be closing for the Christmas break at 5.30pm Wednesday 23rd December.
After much frivolity, food, and festive spirit, we will be back at our desks from 9.30am Monday 4th January 2016.
It’s not too late to get in those pre-Christmas orders! We’re still able to supply many products before the holiday begins.
Why not take this opportunity to place your January orders early and begin the new year stress free?
Please also bear in mind that Chinese New Year holiday will start from the second week of February 2016. This will disrupt production for much of February and, in some instances, longer.
If you require bespoke merchandise, such as lanyards, metal badges, trolley token key rings, wristbands, USB flash drives, and microfibre cleaning cloths for use in February, please aim to get your order in before the Christmas holiday. We can get them to you by the end of January, in good time for your February events.
If you have any questions about the above or would like to discuss your merchandise project requirements in more detail, let me know.
Your brand faces an uphill battle to stay relevant and be visible.
In today’s dynamic marketplace, consumer attention shifts quickly. New trending topics arise on a daily or even hourly basis and take over the conversation. Because of this, your brand’s content can be easily lost in the noise.
But with the right strategy, you can use this shifting focus to your advantage – by attaching your brand to current events, trending topics, and news stories.