GB Computer Printing and Design provides quality / printing services a fraction of the cost that you may encounter at other printing companies. Based in Auckland, our cheap printing services are available across New Zealand. Here we offer competitive printing cost for all of our products, including business cards, brochure printing, flyers, envelope printing, Vinyl printing, booklet, receipt book, order book and much more. We also provide stationery, custom printing quotes, digital printing and offset printing services at affordable prices.
When it comes to what printing you have done for your business, that will depend on the nature of the business itself (eg a restaurant is likely to want menus printed), your marketing mix and strategy, and the ubiquitous budget. Here are a few possible uses of printing services which you will find represented here at GB Computer, Printing and Design.
- Business cards are perhaps the most common marketing product that businesses of all sizes will have printed. Your options here are cheap card, plastic business cards, clear contemporary business cards and others.
- Business stationery such as letterheads and envelopes. Again virtually all businesses will need this basic stationery items which can be printed by most printing services companies.
- Calendars can form an annual piece in the marketing jigsaw, giving calendars towards the end of a year for the following year in the hope that customers and potential customers will be inspired to hang them on their wall and be reminded of your business for the next 12 months.
- Brochures and catalogs can make a big impact if well thought out, informative of sufficient quality. The internet may have had an impact on marketing, but with many people fixed to a computer screen all day long it can be a great relief for them to browse the pages of a brochure or catalogue. They are still effective marketing tools.
- Another way of using print material to add another dimension to your marketing mix is the use ofpostcards and folded postcards. With email affecting our communication habits so much in the last decade the humble postcard arriving in someone’s real mailbox can make a far greater impact that any email could in the virtual world of the internet.