Now that workplaces are opening back up and people are being encouraged to return to the office, you need to make sure that your staff feel safe to do so.
It’s an unusual time for everyone at the moment. Some businesses are closing for good, and others are having to change the way they operate entirely. One way you can ensure your workers stay safe and feel comfortable enough to continue working is by supplying them with their own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Take your merchandise one step further by providing personalised desk and office items for your clients and staff. Personalisation has been proven to increase the ROI, customer acquisition, loyalty and retention.
Say thank you to your valued stakeholders by sending them a fully personalised gift that is delivered directly to their own home address with a personal note or letter. Gift wrapped and shipped in your own customised delivery box – all arranged for you without any logistical hassle.
The world of business has changed dramatically over the last few months. Thousands of workplaces in the UK have either closed completely for lockdown or been operating at a reduced capacity as we all get to grips with this new normal. Now that things are starting to ease up, businesses must start looking into how to effectively market themselves so they can get back up and running at full capacity.
We understand just how important it is to be able to carry on marketing your company in an effective way during the COVID-19 pandemic. For this reason, we aim to help you by discussing some of the way you can use promotional pens to remind your existing customer base of your products and services. continue reading
At EMC Ad Gifts, we provide top notch products for our customers, whether they’re looking for promotional clothing, promotional laptop bags or travel mugs. Promotional gifts are an important aspect of many marketing strategies because of the way that they make their receivers feel.
But why – and how – do promotional giveaways work? And why should you incorporate them into your strategy? continue reading
If you’re starting a business, one of the most important design elements you will need to consider is your logo. A logo has a massive impact on how your customers perceive your business. Logos create your business personality and first impressions; it’s a lot more important than you think.
The UK is bursting with festivals all year long, and as we approach the biggest festival season of all, the summer, there has never been a better time to start thinking about how you can draw those festival-goers to your stand.
This summer, the world’s biggest sporting event is taking place in Tokyo, Japan: The 2020 Summer Olympics! From Friday the 24th July to Sunday the 9th August, prepare to have your TV broadcasts dominated by Olympic events and watch as around 206 nations compete for those bronze, silver and gold medals in 33 different sporting events.
Promotional products are often found at the likes of exhibitions and fairs. They make great promotional tools to build the branding of your business and help make consumers aware of your services. But somewhere else that can really benefit from promotional products are schools.
The colours you choose in your branding and marketing has a profound effect on how it influences your customers. Colours help to create associations in the minds of the people who see your products or logo; they evoke certain emotions that can affect whether someone is likely to trust your brand. It’s an important feature to understand so you can best use it to create the associations you want to craft in the minds of your customers.