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  • Be Unique - Use Edible Promotional Items

    In the world of promotional items, you can find almost anything under the sun to advertise your company on. From pens to baseball caps, magnets to T-shirts, and stress toys to rulers. Anything you choose to put your company's logo and name onto should be something you think will be useful. Since many promotional items are often passed out at family expos and luncheons, why not make your giveaway something edible that both kids and adults will enjoy. Some of the most popular of the edible promotional items on the market are chocolates. The common trend is to make ordinary chocolate bars into a promotional tool. The wrappers are custom made with your company name and any other information you desire to share. You can also purchase small to large boxes of variety chocolates for fancier promotional events. Remember when and where you plan to give out these promotional items, though, because if you are out in the summertime heat, you'll need to keep your chocolate products on ice.    
  • Where And When To Use Promotional Products

    To aid visibility exhibiting at trade shows, for new product launch, sending gifts to customers. Using Promotional Giveaways is the solution to target a wide range of audiences, and will impact your customers with instant effect. Recurring business It is generally accepted that fresh customers who receive promotional products will, on average, return sooner and more often; also, they will spend more money than new customers who, for example, receive coupons. Incorporating a Promotional Item with a mail promotion will increase the number of replies by 50% and the use of Promotional Products as an inducement to respond will generate four-fold the number of replies compared with a typical traditional sales letter. Use of business gifts and promotional items Promotional products and gifts can be implemented in a vast variety of areas, such as Trade Shows, Conferences, Marketing Campaigns, Anniversaries, Exhibitions and Openings. Staff Incentives, Customer Loyal   
  • How to Find a Supplier to Export Products from China

    If you have an in on the market, you can be incredibly successful importing Chinese products into North America or around the world; however, China is hard! Language, different business practices, and the sheer volume of manufacturers means you need to go into China with a plan if you want to have a leg up on the massive competition, and to actually take advantage of the low prices on goods. We will focus on electronics and mobile accessories in this article; one of the biggest current exports for small businesses. Steps 1 Choose the right product(s). This can't be emphasized enough. The general rule is if you don't know a good deal about an industry outside of China you will never be able to make sense of it, or make good business decisions when jumping into China to find suppliers. Don't go into China just looking to take advantage of some mythical pot of export gold. Go because you know what product you wan   
  • 3 Essential Places To Visit In Shenzhen, China

    Shenzhen is a city of over 12 million people located in Guangdong Province, China, directly on the border with the New Territories of Hong Kong. It's likely that your travel guide to China does not say much about this city except to dismiss it as industrial and good only for cheap knockoff shopping. Similarly, if you ask people in Hong Kong about Shenzhen, they will pretend to think it's still a small town full of knife-wielding thieves and you shouldn't even consider going there. Both these impressions couldn't be further from the truth. Shenzhen's incredibly fast growth is the reason travel books are out of date, and perhaps Hong Kong people's snobbishness about the city stems from a certain fear and envy of this shiny wealth center on their doorstep! Modern day Shenzhen is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that offers a wide range of cultural and leisure venues for tourists, as well as unrivalled shopping and dining. If   
  • The Top Ten Reasons Businesses Use Promotional Items

    Trade Show Promotion The top reason that companies purchase promotional items is for use in trade show promotions. The categories of items purchased for trade shows run the gamut from inexpensive giveaways to very expensive gifts for executive buyers. The largest volume of trade show sales is in takeaway gifts for exhibition stand visitors. Customer Retention, appreciation Customer retention and appreciation is the second most cited reason for purchasing promotional items. Gifts to existing customers include everything from free sticky note pads sent out by office supply companies to imprinted sugarless mint tins handed to customers after a tooth cleaning at the dentist. Promotional items are an excellent way to show appreciation to your clients for their custom. Goodwill/ Enhance Image In the same vein, many companies use promotional items to increase goodwill and enhance their image. A local business may buy promotio   

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