What is the Ideal Presentation Folder for Your Business?
August 6, 2015 · Print This Article
There is no doubt that presentation folders can be a very useful tool in the corporate world. Every business needs to have its own branded presentation folder. These folders can store, protect and conveniently organise important documents for your Centurion business. What’s more, these folders can also be used as an effective marketing and advertising tool. Regardless of what you will be using your folders for, you will undoubtedly want them to be of the best quality and look great too. The appeal of your folder will depend on what stock/material you print on and what type of printing method you opt for.
Depending on the type of printing used, you can consider the following types of presentation folders:
- Embossed – custom embossing using a heat printer is the perfect way to ensure your presentation folder has an elegant and upmarket appeal. Embossed designs are a pattern or image which is raised from the rest of the printed surface. As a result you will be able to see and feel the design.
- Foil stamped – this is a method used to give printed items a shimmery or shiny effect. Foil stamping can actually be used in conjunction with printing as well as embossing, which makes it a versatile printing solution for those who want the best of all worlds.
- Ink print – this type of printing is done digitally and can involve one or even a full range of colours. The best printed effect is done on white stock or material, as this is how you will achieve the most vibrant colours.
Minuteman Press in Centurion Designs and Prints top Quality Presentation Folders
At Minuteman Press in Centurion we can assist you with professionally designing and printing presentation folders for your business. We specialise in single ink, embossed and foil stamped folders and are dedicated to ensuring our client’s expectations are exceeded with every completed order.
For more information on the various types of presentation folders available, contact us at Minuteman Press in Centurion today.