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Networking 101: What Are Your Networking Goals?

I appreciate that this may seem a rhetorical question, but honestly ask yourself what your is goal when you are out networking. Are you just out for the socialising in the hope you may meet someone that may need your business or be a useful contact? Progressing on from our last Networking […]

Networking 101

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Selling is a Life Skill we all employ

Like it or not we all live by “Selling” something in one form or another. Sales is defined as the exchange of a commodity for money, reciprocal services or other forms of compensation. In its simplest form it is the basis of all commercial activity. We all need to sell […]


Embroidery: Explained

In a nutshell, embroidery is ‘the multicolour decoration of flexible fabrics by using a needle and yarn’… But to help our customers grasp a better understanding of the process, we have written up this blog post to run you through the key factors involved in the branding technique. Before we get […]

Embroidery

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Promotional Merchandise Hits the Spot.

“Promotional Merchandise Works” New research carried out by the independent research company Relevant Insights LLC, questioned business people about what they do with and what they like about different promotional gifts. The UK wide survey was conducted online and randomly selected 1000 adults from a database of 250,000 business people […]


Printing Techniques

With so many promotional items out there in the market place it comes as no surprise that there are an equally large number of printing techniques available to us. The following blog post provides a brief description of the most commonly used printing processes with some insight into the best products […]

PRINTING PROCESSES

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Four Colour Separation

One of the questions we get asked with regards to printing is “What is 4 colour separation?” Colour separation is the process by which original artwork is separated into individual colour components for printing. The components are cyan, magenta, yellow and black, known as CMYK. By combining these colours, a […]