Get your conference materials printed in bulk in Secunda

May 26, 2014 · Print This Article

If you have a conference coming up and need your materials printed in large volumes, look no further than Minuteman Press Secunda. The range of printing services on offer is extensive which means all of your conference materials can be printed at one of their many outlets.

Printed materials every conference needs

When it comes to conferences, you need to make sure every detail leaves a lasting, positive impression. It’s no different with your printed materials. If you want your conference to look as professional as you are, there are certain materials you need, such as:

  • Programmes
    Every conference should have a printed programme to let delegates know the schedule of presentations, workshops and other events, as well as the names of speakers and descriptions of what presentations and workshops will cover.
  • Nametags
    A staple at every conference, nametags should be big enough to be clear. Nametags encourage conversation and networking. A piece of paper and a safety pin won’t cut it – you need to make sure your nametags are accurately printed and of the best quality.
  • Banners
    Perfect for directing delegates around venues, demarcating certain areas for leisure time or adding branding to stalls, banners are a necessary part of conferences. It’s important they are printed well, since even the smallest mistake can be glaringly obvious on something so large. Make sure you get the best quality print possible.

Minuteman Press Secunda is the perfect place to get all your conference materials printed. Not only do we offer printing of programmes, banners and nametags, we also have a range of helpful services such as graphic design, business card printing and even emergency printing for those last-minute printing jobs for presentations or training. Contact us today for more information.

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