Tips on packing your presentation folder
August 29, 2015 · Print This Article
In business, people connect to people they can trust. To gain their trust you must present yourself professionally. A presentation folder is one of those things that every office’s stationary should not be without. Its uses are often overlooked and people tend to argue that it is nothing more than a printing expense. However, a presentation folder can bring a huge amount of value to your office. Here are a few examples of what you should include in your folder pack.
Provide writing materials
If you are at a conference and find yourself short of stationary, nothing can be more irking especially when you wish to jot down a few notes. Therefore, put yourself in your guests’ shoes and imagine them sitting in your boardroom listening to you speak with no materials to write with. Furthermore, when handing out pens and note pads, it gives your client a constant daily reminder of your company each time they use that pen or pad again.
Are your business cards at hand
This one is a no brainer. Amidst the documents and other items left for your clients, be sure to place a business card within your pack. Ensure your presentation pack is designed with an allocated slot specifically to allow you to leave your business card in.
Use only the best printer
When printing your business folders, be sure not to settle for anything less than perfection, as this is an important mark you will be giving your clients to take home. It therefore needs to be aesthetically pleasing, functional and durable in order to become a talking point. Team up with the best printers in town today and give Minuteman Press Tyger Valley, Bellville a call. They are experts in every printing field and they will produce nothing but the best.
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