SOURCE: Nobel Printing

Nobel Printing

January 27, 2015 08:00 ET

Nobel Printing Experiences Uptick in Orders

In an Age of Digital Marketing Many Office Workers Miss Giveaways That Marked a New Year Ritual

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jan 27, 2015) - With 2015 well underway at offices across the country, one thing that is sorely missing from many walls, cubes and break rooms is the promotional calendar that was once the token gesture of an aspiring (or longstanding) vendor. In an era of Web-based tools and smartphones many promoters have dropped the calendar giveaway from their budgets and agendas and replace them with -- nothing. But not every promoter.

Nobel Printing, a New York City printer and marketing agency, actually experienced an uptick in orders for this past holiday season and attributes the surge due to a pre-Thanksgiving blitz of -- guess what? Promotional giveaways that proudly featured their own brand.

"Promotional items have always worked because they put your name in front of customers -- or even better -- directly into their hands every single day," notes Hilmi Yurdusever, Nobel Printing's general manager. "Coffee mugs, pens, coasters, note pads, you name it. People loved them fifty years ago and they'll love them fifty years from now."

The price of giveaways has actually decreased over the past few years thanks to new digital processes that enable marketers to place smaller orders and even customize items for large or highly respected accounts. Nobel Printing, for example, offers a selection of almost 300 promotional products that range from desktop accessories to printed apparel, each of which can be produced in just a few days at for less than $3-$4 per item.

"Don't underestimate the value of that branded message pad," adds Hilmi Yurdusever. "Even though we all use voice mail and email to try and get each other's attention, that bright pink note gets more respect -- especially when it's sitting on your chair when you get back from lunch."

For information on Nobel Printing's promotional products and services, visit www.nobelprinting.com or call (212) 353-0233. Nobel Printing is based on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and serves small and large businesses across the country.

Contact Information

  • For more information, contact:
    Hilmi Yurdusever
    (212) 353-0233
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