In the current challenging economic market it is even more important that your business stands out from the crowd. Have you ever thought about making use of merchandise marketing and branded beanbags to make an impact?
Many large corporations make use of merchandise marketing to make sure that their brands stay at the forefront of their customer’s minds.
Merchandise marketing is the process of creating awareness using merchandise. Whilst it has been around for decades and a firm favourite at trade shows, merchandise marketing is no longer confined to give away pens and stick on logo bugs.
Today, merchandise marketing focuses on visual impact and branded beanbags are a cost effective way to create a visual impact on customers and start a buzz around your business.
Use branded bean bags to increase awareness of your business; scatter giant beanbags with your company name on them around your office, at a trade show or conference, potential customers are sure to remember settling down to discuss business on a beanbag!
Use branded beanbags to help promote a new brand you are launching; they can be made to match in with colours and can include logos. rucomfy beanbags recently manufactured giant beanbags for Glaceau Water, the bean bags were made in colours to match their different flavoured waters and had their logo sewn into them.
You need your company to stand out from the rest, you need customers to remember your name and products, with rucomfy beanbags branded beanbags you will increase brand awareness for your company without breaking the bank.
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