Monthly Archives: July 2012

Promoting the NEW ‘Jubilympic Bus’

Impamark are very pleased to promote the Jubilympic Bus Рa tin filled with  a choice of Jelly Sport Rings, Union Jack Rock Sweets, Celebration Chocolates, Jelly Beans or Shortbread Biscuits. With quantities from only 50 pieces and with full colour personalisation available  these are an excellent and extremely cost effective way to promote your business

 

Contact us today on 01621 783550 for further details and prices!

Maldon Business Showcase – Friday 14th September @ Five Lakes Hotel Maldon

Impamark have just booked space to exhibit at this NEW local Maldon Business Event!!!

Essex Chambers of Commerce in conjunction with Maldon District Council are proud to announce the launch of their ‘Think Local’ business campaign within the Maldon District.

Impamark were proud to have supplied Maldon District Council last year with their Think Local Stickers for shops and businesses in the area.

This is a fantastic opportunity for local businesses to network and exhibit to other local businesses within the area all under one roof at the newly refurbished Crown Plaza Resort Colchester – Five Lakes.

The all day event will consist of a number of local and nationally renowned guest speakers. Breakfast, Lunch and afternoon tea will be served. Don’t miss this new and exciting opportunity the first event of it’s kind in this area.

For further details of how to attend or to exhibit please contact Essex Chambers of Commerce direct on 01206 765277

Senior marketers give fascinating insight into the role of promotional merchandise in the marketing mix

83% of senior marketers plan to increase or maintain spend on promotional merchandise from this year to next

66% of senior marketers purchase promotional products at least every three months

73% of buyers use merchandise at promotional events, over three-fifths (63%) of use it for brand awareness & re-branding

49% of senior marketers have increased spend on promotional merchandise since the last financial year

33% will increase it from this year to the next