“Why do I need to think about Christmas now?” We hear you cry.
Being prepared for Christmas printing early is no bad thing, as it leaves time in the schedule that can be used on other areas of a business that demand attention. Not only this, but it’s a good demonstration to existing customers and prospects alike of a business’s amazing organisational skills!
Here’s your timeline:
25th August – Pricing and Plan:
Write down all your Christmas promotions. What do you need? If you’re stuck – get in touch. We have loads of ideas. Get quotes now so, you have time to budget.
25th September – What will it look like?:
Start your designs. If you don’t have the skills (or the time) to create the artwork yourself, ask us for help. Leave yourself plenty of time for checking and get it perfect! At this point, you have a month to finalise the artwork.
25th October – Place your order(s):
Order your Christmas cards, calendars, wall planners and other promotional items by this date. Some items take longer than usual. Avoid the delays; the print industry is expecting to be busier than ever this year.
25th November – Despatch – go, go go!:
Hand out your corporate gifts and post your Christmas cards. Don’t be afraid to be the first! The sooner you send the cards, the longer they’ll be advertising your business. If you need help with postage and deliveries, let us know.
Don’t be a turkey! Get cracking with your Christmas print requirements. Call us on 01332 418377 or email email@example.com.