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Marketing on a Budget With Promotional Sports BottlesAre you thirsty for success? Why not quench your thirst for visibility with promotional sports bottles. There are many types of sports bottles that are quite affordable and can be used for promotions that are done with a budget that is tight despite the fact that many people are of the view that sports bottles are expensive for advertising. Water bottles present a company with the opportunity to achieve optimum exposure because they are used quite often are easily visible. Water bottles can also be carried easily and these days you can see people carrying them everywhere they go. Promotional sports bottles can be used for many different promotional purposes because of their versatility. They are very good for giving away during sports events especially where people are outdoors and need to remain well hydrated. BPA promotional water bottles are available cheaply in a wide variety including plastic water bottles, aluminum water bottles and sta
Broadcast Your Message With Self Promotional ProductsWho needs self promotional products? Anyone that is selling or promoting anything. What most self-promoters need is a way to keep their name and contact info in front of their prospects or "suspects"; in short they need a message that keeps on messaging. We all have received promotions in the mail, by visiting salesfolk or at trade shows. At most trade shows, some businesses even give out custom bags so attendees have a place to put all their promo stuff; a promo bag to hold all those promo handouts. Why do businesses bother with promotional materials? The simple reason is they work by spreading messages, themes and images and keeping those messages in front of those that have been targeted. Let's say you are a plumber that gives out magnetic business cards so folks can stick them on their refrigerators. Most plumbers have their business name and contact info on their trucks. A self promotional plumber may also have his magnetic business cards stuck on
Using Promotional Polo Shirts To Promote Your BusinessEveryone wears clothing, so why not use it to promote your business? Promotional polo shirts, caps, t-shirts and other swag with your logo on it can promote your business in ways you never thought possible. Here are some unusual ways to promote your business using promotional polo shirts or other promotional apparel. Have a photo contest. Photo contests bring out the competitor in everyone. Offer a free promotional polo shirt with your company's logo on it, and offer a prize for the best photo taken of a person wearing your shirt. Hold the contest in store with customer votes deciding the winner. You get multiple opportunities for promotion - customers must visit your store to get their t-shirt, drop off their photo and vote for their favorites. In addition, you'll get the publicity generated by the contest and the exposure of all those people wearing your logo on their chests. You'll also get great promotional materials for months worth of advertising in the form of ph
Doing Business With ChinaThe two most over-used buzzwords in business of the last ten to fifteen years are "China's Coming" and "The internet will change everything". Curiously, it's not very often that you hear both buzzwords used together - but why not ? Using the internet to do business with China has to be one of the smartest ideas around. First of all, China has some incredible advantages in terms of trade. It has easy access to raw materials and cheap labour. Its economic base is growing and there is very little that China can't produce. Secondly, it is a massive and growing market for all sorts of products and services and with an increasing taste for western brands. These facts alone make doing business with China a very interesting proposition, let alone the fact that your competitors are already thinking about how they can lower costs and/or expand sales by doing business with China. But there are a number of drawbacks to doing face to face business
A Guide to Doing Business Face to Face in ChinaFirstly - where do I go and how do I get there? By far the best place to start is with the Canton Fair in Guangzhou - cantonfair.org.cn which runs in April and October. The best way to get there is by flying into Hong Kong either direct or indirect (a short stop over in Dubai is usually cheapest) an economy ticket should set you back around 395. Once in Hong Kong there are a variety of ways of making it up to Guangzhou but I find that the easiest and cheapest way is by train, all trains run from Hung Hom station in Kowloon and arrive at Guangzhou East station in Guangzhou, tickets are around $190HK one way. What paper work do I need? You will first and foremost need a Chinese Visa which you obtain through a Chinese embassy here in the UK - chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/lsyw/chivisa/. You will need a Letter of invitation from a company or institution in China or Visa Notification Form issued by an authorized unit in China (Visa