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Why printed mugs are an effective promotion for any business

Why printed mugs are an effective promotion for any business

by on February 13, 2019

Business is a competitive field.

However, suppose you are a business person, you should view competition as a positive aspect because it motivates you to do better than your competitors.

One strategy that increases the performance of your business is coming up with practical and creative marketing strategies.

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Promotional products –  7 reasons for using them for marketing

Promotional products – 7 reasons for using them for marketing

by on January 10, 2019

Promotional products are among the most cost-effective ways of advertising. For a low price, you can expose your brand/business and business name, logo and message to a large number of people.

Here are reasons why you should opt for promotional giveaways to market your business.

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Promotional bags as a marketing strategy

Promotional bags as a marketing strategy

by on January 9, 2019

Promotional Bags : For a perfect marketing approach, branded items, particularly tote bags are perfect. They can influence business acquaintances and appeal to customers.

Promotional bags are custom-made with your specific emblem or expression to bring out the message you want to pass.

The Camden Tote Bag comes in a range of colours, providing the perfect backing for your company’s logo or message. Click on graphic for more information

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Britons are planning a £24.4 billion Christmas gift shopping spree …

by on October 28, 2015

New Research from RadiumOne

According to new research from marketing technology experts RadiumOne, 98% of people over 16 years of age will give Christmas presents this year, spending on average £489.04.

The most generous gift givers are 25-34 year olds (averaging £665) and those living in London (£767), while, regionally, people in Yorkshire & the Humber will spend the least (£378). People earning at least £80,000 a year will spend £1,608 on presents compared to £329 by those earning under £20,000. Top Graphic by Shutterstock [more…]

Going, going, gone: 953 shops belonging to big retailers closed in the first half of 2012

by on October 18, 2012

The UK's struggling retail chains are closing their shops at a rate of more than 30 a day across the UK as the economic downturn continues, according to research.

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