If you're having an event outdoors, make sure you have a way to enhance your marketing... with custom headwear! By selecting a customizable cap and adding your company logo, you'll be potentially multiplying your reach for years to come. Keep reading for a few ways that companies have been taking advantage of custom headwear to market (and grow) their business!
As you might know, a logo is one of the most vital components of any brand. It’s almost like a “public face” of a company - a recognizable, iconic feature that has the complicated task to appeal to people while explaining the core of the business values to the audience.
Trade shows are an incredible occasion to showcase your business, products, and services. However, if you don’t show up prepared, a fantastic opportunity could turn into a missed chance, or worse, into a catastrophic publicity nightmare for your brand! Keep reading to learn about the hottest trade show tips from industry experts.
Pantone is an American company that has been on the forefront of the printing industry ever since its inception in the 1950s. In later years, the company specialized in pigments and colors, creating stunning colored inks that have grown on to become prized industry standards. The company is also well-known for its color matching system, which is now considered a valued industry standard in printing, design, and many other industries.
This month we got a chance to catch up with our expert design team for some guidance they wish they had before designing their first cap. We also discussed the most common challenges and misconceptions that occur during the design process. How many of these tips will help you with your next headwear project?
While it's not always easy to come up with a reason to have another marketing campaign, there are millions of people around the world coming up with new things to celebrate each month. Check out these awareness events, celebrations and holidays that remain in 2017.
How much would it cost you to have someone walk around with a sign advertising your business all day? What if they did that every day for years? It would cost hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars. What if you could get the same effect for under $20?