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  • Who Buys Promotional Items?

    The promotional items and associated gift industry is a growth sector with sales soaring in to the billions. Have you ever wondered who buys all these promotional items? If you guessed that the top buyers are big spending blue chip businesses and organizations who want to advertise and market their product lines, you'd be wrong. An industry study identified the top twenty-five industries that purchases promotional items and gifts by the amount spent. The results below might well surprise you. 25. The petroleum industry, including gas stations, oil distributors and refineries 24. The travel industry, including airlines, bus, trains, cruise lines and travel agencies 23. Food processors and beverage bottlers 22. Retailers and shopping malls 21. Pharmaceutical and chemical companies 20. Utilities like gas, electric and telephone companies 19. Telecommunications companies like cell phone and internet provide   
  • Promotional Gifts - Bringing Success to the Business

    Promotional gifts celebrate professionalism and togetherness. They are used as incentives for both employees and clients. They bring manifold benefits - earn goodwill from clients and employees both; improve productivity levels; give an opportunity to promote an organisation; brand awareness; enhancing present customer relationships; strengthening the company profile and even give long term benefits to an organization. They are beneficial to all companies whether large or small, start-up or established and are widely appreciated because they appeal to all age groups. Some promotional gifts which are hugely popular and are used regularly are promotional pens, promotional mouse mats, promotional umbrellas, promotional calendars, promotional watches, promotional golf balls, promotional mugs, promotional folders, promotional shirts, promotional caps, and many more. The main idea behind distributing promotional gifts is to endow customers with something they can use on a daily basi   
  • What Is A Promotional Item?

    A promotional item is an article of merchandise that is used as marketing an advertising. A promotional item usually has the company name, logo and or message emblazoned on them. Promotional items are also commonly used for advertising specials, gifts to clients, awards and commemorative awards for staff and premiums. Promotional items are usually found at trade shows and in mail order, however many promotional items are given away in increasing numbers in other ways and means as well as part of a marketing campaign. Today, many businesses distribute promotional items to target markets of potential clients which generates measurable results, especially when you consider the cost of many promotional items to be quite inexpensive. Many politicians also use promotional items to promote their candidates and causes. Promotional items can be found in schools and organizations as well as awareness raising campaigns or to help raise funds for the program. There are many ex   
  • 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.    
  • Doing Business With China

    The 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