Rubber stamps: small investment, huge return
February 21, 2014 · Print This Article
It is true that perhaps rubber stamps are not being used as often they used to be. Back in the good old days there really was not much of an alternative, so no matter what kind of business you owned or worked in, chances were good that at some point or other you had to stamp something.
And, if we’re honest, it was fun. Who amongst us did not enjoy picking up that stamp sitting so inviting on the desk, inking it and then, with a confident yet not too aggressive movement, smartly bring it down on whatever piece of paper needed to be stamped. And then they brought out those ‘self-inking’ rubber stamps. That was really great. That was technology!
But, then suddenly computers came into the picture, printers rudely snuck their way into every office and spoiled it for everyone. Or, so we though…..
Luckily, not quite. Rubber stamps still have an important role to play in business.
Here are just a few of the modern uses for rubber stamps we found.
- Save money: If, for instance, information on your business cards or other official pre-printed documents have to be changed, instead of throwing away all the old cards and/or documents, just have a company like Minuteman Press Sandton make a rubber stamp with the new company information.
- Save time: It might not sound like much, but if you have a large amount of paperwork that needs to be marked in the same way (COPY; APPROVED; etc.) you’ll be amazed at how much time you can save by using a rubber stamp instead of having to write it out or communicate it verbally every time.
- Make money: A great way of making potential customers aware of current or coming specials is to stamp the information on the back of your business card.
For more ideas on how a rubber stamp can be helpful to your business contact us now.