Although the U.S. economy continued its fits-and-starts recovery in 2011, promotional products sales during the period outpaced almost all other non-electronic media. PPAI’s annual survey
In the most cases the promotional product will have to be printed. What could you supply and how does this all work?
The files you would like to have be printed on the gifts have to be related on special formats when you will deliver them.
– Vector EPS
-Tiff, JPEG. The minimum resolution should be 600 dpi for line art (drawings), and 300 dpi for grayscale and halftone work (photo).
– PDF format (in highest quality) without compression. Designs delivered with a resolution of 72 dpi or less are not useful!
– The texts can often be simply imported by the supplier and “put”, meaning that the products need an email with your text and the products will do the rest.
Ok, so now you have received a quotation from this Chinese supplier you selected.
Next step: calculate how this quote will convert into a successful, aggressive selling price that will help you win your client!
Import costing can be dangerous, as slight mistakes can have a disastrous impact on your margin, and you could end up running your import operation at your own costs…
So here are 5 tips on how to properly cost an import project:
Bangers, also known as tap-taps are inescapable items for cultural, political and sport events. If you want to support a team, a movement or a demonstration, you can make noise with your 2 sticks and show your logo through the crowd. Nevertheless, there are important points you need to know before falling into the trap and buying defective bangers.
The 11th edition of PSI will take place on 15, 16 and 17 September 2009 at Paris Expo, Pavilion 5.2/5.3 – Porte de Versailles.
The PSI Paris is one of the european meeting point for the gift and premium market with over 250 exhibitors, 350 brands will be represented and more than 4 700 professional visitors will participate.
Here are our questions to Clémence Long, PSI Paris trade show Director:
Today I received following mail from the company Zintuig in Holland, one of the main actors in the dutch premium and gift market.
“Henk, our brand new website is online, it looks great and I would like to get your feedback on this website. All input is welcome.”
I know Zintuig and specially its owner Steph quit well and I’m sure he’s very proud of this new website. Let’s check together if he’s allowed to have the dream :