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  • Should You Buy Cheap Chinese Promotional Items?

    The Peoples' Republic of China has now become an Oriental backyard and a mass factory base for many cheap products. In the last decade China seems to have proliferated the world's trade and commerce zones in virtually every industry. They are exporting heavy ATV vehicles to promotional items to almost all countries of the world. But recently the Chinese make cheap toxic dolls, glows and promotional items for birthday parties came for world flak in media. Considering that every company and individual wants a good reputation, should one touch any of the cheap Chinese promotional items? They may be good but they are cheap and lethal? Is it advisable for any company to gift away items with the oriental tag? Many questions like low price, quality, and durability are confusing marketing teams looking for innovative ideas. Well, all promotional items coming from China are not bad. They may be cheap and low-priced but they still sell in departmental st   
  • Hong Kong Employment Visa - Case Example

    There are about 15,000 Hong Kong employment visas granted each year. Every one of these applications is unique with its own particular qualities and circumstances. Consequently the application of the approvability test for permission to work in the HKSAR, obviously, differs from case to case. The test for approval places a burden on the applicant to show that he or she possesses special skills knowledge or experience of value to and not readily available in Hong Kong. Additionally, the proposed sponsoring employer has to demonstrate it is justified in engaging the services of the expatriate applicant as opposed to a 'local person' (defined as any local resident who does not need the approval of the Immigration department to take up that job.) However, in order to shed a little light on how the test can be applied by way of an exception which proves the rule, I do have one case example which serves to illustrate not only how the approvabili   
  • What Makes the Polo Shirt a Good Promotional Item?

    When it comes to items that are given out as freebies to clients, customers, and employees, there are some general rules to follow that dictate how successful your promotional items will be. When choosing what promotional items use, and choosing designs for your promotional items, it's always important to let these rules be your guide. A good promotional item should be practical, and it should be portable. Ideally it should also have a certain amount of longevity in terms of how long the item remains desirable, but this is a situational requirement and is not always necessary. Practicality and portability are always absolute necessities, and the presence or absence of these factors are big factors in determining the success of your promotional items, and of any associated advertising campaign. Practicality is perhaps the most important concept when it comes to promotional items. Why? Simply because a practical item gets used, and every use of the item means exposure for    
  • A Promotional Items Primer

    If you're reading this, you're interested in, and probably looking for, a promotional item. Perhaps you have an upcoming trade show or other event, or you're looking for an item to include in your next direct mail piece or as a leave behind for your sales reps. There are thousands of promotional products and thousands of ways to use them. Out of this myriad of options, your goal should be to create the perfect promotional product for your needs, whatever they may be. Hopefully this article can help. What are promotional items? Promotional items are products that have been custom imprinted with a logo and/or message for use in marketing or advertising. Some products are common in everyday life, such as promotional pens, mugs, bags and notebooks. Other products are almost always used in a promotional context, such as stress balls, lanyards and koozies. Sometimes you may be surprised at the variety of things that can be imprinted. Fishing lures, for example, probably don't   
  • Buying Wholesale Pens

    The pen is an essential writing instrument that has become indispensable for the contemporary world. There are many types available; the ever-available ball point pen, the roller ball point, the fountain pen, and the felt-tip pen. This important writing instrument has been around for thousands of years, starting with the quill pen made from bird feathers dipped in ink, to the reed pen or bamboo pen, with its slight and tapered tip. Over time, technology has helped create more functional versions, which do not require elaborate rituals of using. According to history, the ancient Indians were the first ones to use rudimentary pens made from bamboo sticks and bird feathers from India. In the 500 BC, these type of pens were used to write the text in the old literature of Puranas. Mahabharta and Ramayana. Some of the Dead Sea scrolls discovered used quill pens. With the invention of the personal computer with keyboard input methods have rev