Video | Agriculture | Confidence | Economy | Energy | Employment | Finance | Media | Property | RBNZ | Science | SOEs | Tax | Technology | Telecoms | Tourism | Transport | Search

 

CMD Print Solutions offering branded stationary

Albany based full-service printing company, CMD Print Solutions are offering custom branded stationery products for their clients.

Custom branded stationery is a valuable, cost-effective form of branding as it offers continuous marketing at a one-off cost. Every time a user comes across or uses a particular piece of branded stationary they are reminded of your business.

“Branded stationery is a great way to show your customers that you are a detail-oriented business”, explains CMD Print Solutions director Danny van der Velde.

“It may seem small, but branded stationary can really boost people’s perceptions of your business and add an extra level of professionalism”.

CMD work with a wide array of stationery, adding custom branding to pens, USB drives, coasters, umbrellas, sticky notes and many more promotional items.

Everyone realises the importance of marketing through word-of-mouth, branded stationery is a tool which can reinforce a positive recommendation about your business.

“Branded stationery is a great way for people to recall what they have heard about your business in the past”, explains van der Velde.

“Even if a user hasn’t thought about your brand or company recently, seeing your logo and business name on a pen, USB, magnet, or other item, will remind them about your business”.

As part of an overall branding strategy, branded promotional stationery offers continuous marketing benefits. Often overlooked by businesses, investing in quality and consistent branded stationary can help businesses get that extra leg-up over their competitors.

If you are interested in exploring branded stationery options for your business, get in touch with the team at CMD Print Solutions to discuss your branding options.


ends


© Scoop Media

 
 
 
Business Headlines | Sci-Tech Headlines

 

Primary Sector Council Report: Vision To Unite The Primary Sector Launched

Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor has welcomed the release of a bold new vision for the country’s vital food and fibre sector. More>>

ALSO:

Crown Accounts: Treasury HYEFU Sees Deficit Then Rising Surpluses

An operating balance before gains and losses deficit of $0.9 billion is forecast in the current year, before returning to a small surplus in 2020/21 which then grows to reach $5.9 billion (1.5% of GDP) in 2023/24. More>>

ALSO:

Fuels Rushing In: Govt "Ready To Act" On Petrol Market Report

The Government will now take the Commerce Commission’s recommendations to Cabinet...
• A more transparent wholesale pricing regime • Greater contractual freedoms and fairer terms • Introducing an enforceable industry code of conduct • Improve transparency of premium grade fuel pricing... More>>

ALSO:

Reserve Bank Capital Review Decision: Increased Bank Capital Requirements

Governor Adrian Orr said the decisions to increase capital requirements are about making the banking system safer for all New Zealanders, and will ensure bank owners have a meaningful stake in their businesses. More>>

ALSO: