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Five ways you can use promotional products

Five ways you can use promotional products

by on January 31, 2019

Promotional items people use daily such as pens, t-shirts, mugs, umbrellas, but with a brand’s name or logo imprinted on them.

Businesses use these products to market their brands, companies, and services.

There are various ways you can use promotional products. Such as;


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.


National homeless charity Crisis launches new ethical t-shirt range

by on November 15, 2014

Alongside the various men’s and women’s t-shirt designs will be tote bags and hoodies for sale at

Today, the national homeless charity Crisis @crisis_uk has announced it has produced a new range of stylish t-shirts for men and women to support vulnerable people across the UK.

The sustainable fashion range, created in time for Christmas, includes designs that have been produced by Crisis members who have experienced homelessness themselves; Crisis’ No One Turned Away campaign logo t-shirts; and additionally, shoppers can design-their-own t-shirts, whether they want to personalise themselves or purchase as a gift for a friend.


“Pandas spotted in fashion house”

by on May 20, 2014

T-Shirts and sweats are now available from the WWF landing page at starting from £19

A new fashion collaboration with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).  @Rapanuiclothing have designed a collection for them based around the ideas of conservation and climate and £3 from every t-shirt, £6 from every sweatshirt sold goes directly to WWF.

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Google may end up being compelled to follow Apple and Microsoft with a chain of retail stores worldwide

by on July 15, 2012

Apple and Microsoft have taken their decades-long battle into the streets, with branded retail stores to show off their wares and cultivate loyal customers. Apple has more than 300 retail stores worldwide, which rang up $16 billion in sales in 2011, and Microsoft plans to have 44 stores opened by mid-year 2013. Read the full article.