Door Drops - are you planning for life after lockdown. That's the question right now. With the vaccine programme fuelling positivity and Boris announcing the roadmap out of lockdown, we’re already seeing an upturn in clients planning for their return. Whilst there’s no guarantee lockdown will be lifted as set out last Monday, Feb 22, non-essential retail and hospitality businesses
QR codes have suddenly become part of our daily lives. As consumers become more aware of the technology and comfortable with how to use it, businesses are taking advantage of the new opportunities opening up. And that, more and more, includes connected print such as Direct Mail, to create more seamless customer experiences. Having struggled to previously gain
Many businesses are beginning to see a definite path out of what's been, quite honestly, an 'annus horibilis'. The lifting of lockdown restrictions and the forthcoming roll out of vaccines may encourage you to begin promoting your business more widely once more. And if you're looking to get on the front foot with a January promotional message, there's still time
When you get into a conversation about direct mail and fulfilment, it can seem like a complicated area with lots of terms to get your head around. So we thought it'd be a good idea to do our own 'mailing terms explained' article. So let’s get going explaining what some of the words or phrases you hear actually mean, give you
Today’s business conversation is dominated by voices telling us all that, for organisations to survive they have to adopt a digital first customer experience. Traditional channels including print are dead, and door drops have been deader than dead for even longer. There’s no argument from us that digital channels are essential in people’s online, smartphone, hi-tech day to day existence.