PARTNERS IN PRINT SCHEME
Angel Design & Print, over the last 20 years, has provided printing to local businesses from our own high street print and
copy shops in Kent. The print world has developed at an astounding rate in recent years due to the internet & technology.
Businesses now have a huge choice in who they use for their printing requirements. This fact, coupled with a situation in which it
is easy to obtain a cheap price by searching the internet, means that the printer they choose does not have to be local to them.
This explosion in technology has also enabled more people, and businesses, to supply their own artwork when ordering from
E-commerce is obviously blamed for the demise of traditional retailing and indeed traditional one to one customer relationships,
no one can argue with that. It is of course what the majority of both consumers and retailers seem to want !! Our customers,
new and old, no longer have the time to drive through city traffic to come and see us, then come back again to collect their
printing. The vast majority of our customers tell us that Service and Price are the two most crucial elements in their print
buying decisions. Add to that what 99% of business owners say is their most valuable commodity - TIME and you can perhaps see
why we’ve evolved our business.
Whilst we have invested significantly in our business to adapt to becoming a NATIONWIDE ONLINE PRINT PROVIDER
we have not forgotten that people like to deal with people and we still like to visit and meet our customers when at all
possible. This is where our partners in print scheme could be of interest to you, To help us to continue to maintain this.
We've got a good business going (that's what happens when you've got great products at the right price!)
Our next step is to offer our Partners in Print Scheme Level One and Level Two to people that share our passion.
We are looking for Sales Representatives, it is not essential for you to have experience in the print industry or graphic design.
This is also a great opportunity for all those Graphic Designers still at college and more to the point those looking to earn
money whilst still at college. You do the design, we do the print, you get your commission.
If you are a keen salesperson our Partners in Print Scheme will work for you...Graphic Designers will, obviously benefit more, as
they are involved in the design of an end product and can also benefit from the profits.
If you would like to be considered for our Partners in Print Scheme LEVEL One - and earn generous commissions for
successful referrals - please telephone 01580 754844 for an informal discussion.
Our Partners in Print Scheme Level One is FREE to join!
You can work from home, you do not even have to leave the comfort of your own chair, as long as you have a computer with
broadband, a telephone and of course a good telephone manner, you can start working straight away. This could be a part time
opportunity, it's up to you the amount of hours you put in. Ideal for you at home Mum's!
For those of you who have a bit of get up and go, you can visit your local shops & businesses to maximise the potential to earn
your commission using your own business cards and leaflets. Directing potential new clients to angeldesignandprint.com
The main object of the exercise is to get as many businesses as you can to buy print from angeldesignandprint.com.
We then take care of everything and you get your commission!
Using our website as a tool provides you with a competitive price advantage over our competitors. We have done extensive
research to compare our prices with the printing sector at large. All our prices for printing are online, enabling clients to
effortlessly price their marketing needs. It also eliminates the time involved in producing bespoke quotations.
See our UK map for the areas that we cover to choose the County/District that you would like to operate. Being that we
are an online Printing Business based in Kent and deliver all across the UK, means that you can operate from anywhere in the UK.
If you live Manchester or Birmingham it doesn’t matter, in fact its ideal and we look forward to doing business with you!
Level One - You do the Selling, using our website as a tool - We help you to handle the enquiries, we then Print,
Finish and Deliver the Orders - You Get Your Commission!
Our Partners in Print Scheme Level Two is by invitation only to join,
or, you must have completed a minimum of 6 months working at Level One.
We would supply you with your own branded Design and Print website and domain name for example
www.gibbsdesignandprint.com and .co.uk for your Online Marketing Nationwide.
You do the selling using the same Online and Offline marketing techniques as used in level one, you still operate your own
Districts in your chosen County offline. We still help you to handle your enquiries.
We then print, finish and deliver the orders under plain cover and you receive your commission.
See our UK map for the Counties and Districts / Areas we cover, then contact us for availability of the county /
districts you are interested in operating.
If you would like more information regarding our Partners in Print Scheme Level Two - and to earn generous commissions
for successful referrals - please telephone 01580 754844 for an informal discussion.
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note our partners in print schemes are based on a self employed business opportunity which could lead to
a full time position with Angel Design & Print Services.
PARTNERS IN PRINT SCHEME
Angel Design & Print is one of the leading players in online print purchasing & we have been providing a countrywide “print from supplied artwork” service since January 2007, when we made the leap from operating High Street print shops, to become a successful, fast, no nonsense national online print provider.
We have been supplying print for over twenty years. Click our 'About Us' button for more details, but next, we really want to tell you about how brilliant our Partners in Print Scheme opportunity will work for you.
Our Partners in Print Scheme has massive potential to create a real force in print....limited only by your sales & marketing skills!
We've got a good business going (that's what happens when you've got great products at the right price!)
Our next step is to offer our Partners in Print Scheme to people that share our passion. We are looking for Sales Representatives , it is not essential for you to have experience in the print industry or graphic design, but on the other hand, this is also a great opportunity for all those Graphic Designers still at college and more to the point those looking to earn money whilst still at college. You do the design, we do the print, you get your commission.
If you are a keen salesperson our Partners in Print Scheme will work for you...Graphic Designers will, obviously benefit, as they are involved in the design of an end product and can also benefit from the profits.
If you would like to be considered for our Partners in Print Scheme - and earn generous commissions for successful referrals - please contact us.
Our Partners in Print Scheme is FREE to join!
You can work from home, you do not even have to leave the comfort of your own chair, as long as you have a computer with broadband, a telephone and of course a good telephone manner, you can start working straight away. This could be a part time opportunity, it's up to you the amount of hours you put in. Ideal for you at home Mum's!
For those of you who have a bit of get up and go, you can visit your local shops & businesses to maximise the potential to earn your commission using your own business cards and leaflets.
The main object of the exercise is to get as many businesses as you can to buy print from Angel Design & Print. We then take care of everything and you get your commission!
See our UK map for the areas that we cover to choose the County/District that you would like to operate. Being that we are an online Printing Business and deliver all across the UK, means that you can operate from anywhere in the UK.
If you are interested and require any further information please telephone 01580 754844.
We look forward to doing business with you!
You do the Selling, using our website - We handle the enquiries, we then Print, Finish and Deliver the Orders - You Get Your Commission!
Please note this is a self employed business opportunity which could lead to a full time position with Angel Design & Print.
this website was designed by angel design and print, a printing company offering artwork and design right through to printed leaflets, letterheads business cards, brochures, comp slips, mini brochures, folders, stationery etc
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Partners in Print Scheme Level One.
A New No Cost Route to Assist you in
Starting your Own Business!
Our Partners in Print Scheme, Level One and Level Two, eliminates the need for shop fit out costs, retail rents & rates or
the need to employ additional staff to answer the phone and handle enquiries. There is no need to invest in expensive
capital, equipment and operations, our expert team are yours when you need them!
We are looking for Sales Representatives and Graphic Designers to join our Partners in Print Scheme and operate in any of the 45 Counties listed below. You can work part time or full time in your chosen county and its free to join.
For the districts you operate, you will need to be actively engaged with the local business community and use different
marketing skills such as telesales, cold calling, leaflets and emailing to win business.
Click any of the above to find out more about the counties that are already running with our Partners in Print Scheme. We also still have business opportunities available in these counties and the ones listed below, so if you are interested in operating any of them feel free to contact us 01580 754844.
16 Wiltshire 17 Somerset 18 Devon 19 Cornwall 20 Avon 21 Gloucestershire 22 Hereford
23 Warwickshire 24 Northamptonshire 25 Norfolk 26 Lincoinshire 27 Leicestershire 28 Nottinghamshire
29 Staffordshire 30 West Midlands 31 Shropshire 32 Cheshire 33 Derbyshire 34 South Yorkshire
35 West Yorkshire 36 Gr Manchester 37 Merseyside 38 Lancashire 39 North Yorkshire 40 Humberside
41 Cleveland 42 Durham 43 Cumbria 44 Northumberland 45 Tyne and Wear
STREET MARKETING TIPS
Street marketing is a term used to refer to certain marketing techniques used to promote products and/or services in an unconventional way in public places. The main point of street marketing is that the activities are done exclusively on the streets or other public places, such as shopping centers. Unlike typical public marketing campaigns that utilize billboards, street marketing involves the application of multiple techniques and practices in order to establish direct contact with the customers. One of the goals of this interaction is to cause an emotional reaction in the clients. The final goal of street marketing is to get people to remember brands in a different way than they are used to.
This marketing technique started by the need of businesses,especially small businesses, to attract customers rather than wait for them to come, using alternative methods for the diffusion of their brand names. As a result, the concept of street marketing was born. It has evolved from being only the application of activities on the streets, to be the development of innovative practices of promotion. For example, one method used by many enterprises to promote their products or services on the streets is the distribution of fliers. This activity does not focus on creativity, but
on making publicity on the streets. However, with the passage of time, companies have developed more unconventional techniques to catch the attention of the clients.
Small businesses cannot spend so much money in marketing campaigns. One of the reasons why they apply street marketing techniques is that, as stated by Jay Conrad Levinson, author of the book "Guerrilla marketing", street marketing and other guerrilla methods do not spend a big amount of money. Instead, they spend energy, imagination and time in creating new strategies to enter or to stay in a specific market.
Also, the majority of the companies have the major goal of generating profits. To reach that goal, they develop plans in which they take into account the marketing approach. Most of those plans are based on acknowledging different kinds of methods to persuade the customers. In addition, they focus on making sure that the brand stays in their minds. There are many strategies that most organizations put into action, even though some of them do not work on certain companies. Once the strategies have been chosen, the enterprises analyze the results and decide if the marketing plan is working.
STREET MARKETING vs. GUERRILLA MARKETING
Street marketing is a subset of guerrilla marketing. Like guerrilla marketing, street marketing has the characteristic of being non conventional. However, it is limited to the streets or public places. Other forms of guerrilla marketing use other media and processes, such as the Internet, to establish communication with the customers. Some other examples of guerrilla marketing are viral marketing and experiential marketing.
First, enterprises identify the public places where the campaign can be developed such as beaches, cultural events,places close to schools, sporting events and recreation centers for children. Next, companies have to develop a plan to get close to different media and the target market. In order to attract attention, street marketing events not only involve unusual activities, but use technology as part of the events. The purpose is to
increase the value of the campaigns and get potential consumers' attention.
Besides, the plans that companies develop take into account that street marketing involves global communication and interaction not only with the customers or the media. They are also developed to identify opportunities and collect enough information about products, markets and competitors. For example, for business it is important that customers stay with them, instead of choosing the competitors’ offers. They implement innovative strategies with which they will not lose position in the market, and they consider supplementation with other advertisement through other mediums,
such as radio and television, when using street marketing.
There are various examples of strategies that are used in street marketing. One of them is to provide offers to increase sales. In many cases, businesses do not only supply their products or services to be recognized, but they also offer other things for free. Another instance is to present a fundraiser offer. The point of this strategy is to help other organizations, such as schools, by offering them money. Most companies implement this method not only to increase their sales, but to improve their reputation and image among the community. Finally, there is a strategy called "team selling" that consists of conforming groups of people, the majority of them young, who go knocking the doors of different houses in a neighborhood. They do this in order to help companies promoting and selling their products or services.
When doing street marketing, organizations also consider focusing on the psychological approach. For many companies, this implies if they are having success or not. Street marketing focuses on some psychological aspects to know costumers' behavior and preferences. For example, certain psychological areas study how people’s brains are divided: 45% of people are left-brained, 45% are right brained, and 10% are balanced. Left-brained persons tend to be logical, right-brained ones tend to be emotional, and the rest combine the two. Then, according to the product or service that enterprises provide, and also the kind of costumer, businesses decide the way they are going to manage their street marketing campaigns. Besides, almost all the enterprises base their street marketing campaigns on repeating the messages they spread among their customers. Repetition is related to the unconscious part of the mind. This is the one in charge of making decisions. It lets people know what they are going to choose, as well as what they are going to buy. Businesses follow the principle that establishes that, the more people paying attention
to the campaign, the more possibilities that campaign has for being remembered Examples of Street Marketing Companies include
Gogorilla in the U.S and Street Advertising Services in the U.K.
SOME STREET MARKETING EXAMPLES
There are various organizations who have implemented the street marketing strategies. The majority of them are small companies, but there are also big companies that have involved in the street marketing environment. Most of the examples of the strategies that both small and big enterprises have put into action include costumed persons, the distribution of tickets, people providing samples, among others.
As stated before, one street marketing conventional method that is used by many businesses is to provide fliers. The goal is to create awareness on the customers about what the enterprise is doing. One example of this took place in Montpelier, Vermont, where the New England Culinary Institute (NECI) sent a group of students to a movie theater to hand out 400 fliers. Those fliers had coupons in which NECI was inviting people to go to its monthly Theme Dinners. Another company, which name is Boston's Kung-Fu Tai Chi Club, chose the option of disseminating fliers instead of placing its advertisements on the newspapers. The purpose of the fliers was to promote the company's self-defense classes for women.
Other businesses apply the technique of sending disguised people to promote things on the streets. For example, Match.com organized
a street marketing activity in the “Feria del Libro” (“Book Fair”) in Madrid. It consisted of a man dressed like a prince who was walking among the crowd looking for his “real love”. He had a glass slipper and even got to try the shoe on some people. A woman behind him was giving bookmarks to the people which contained messages such as “Times have changed; the way to find love, too” or “You have been reading love stories all your life; experience yours on Match.com”. Also, in Madrid and Barcelona, Nokia developed a campaign called “Avestruz” (“Ostrich”) to promote the 5500 and 5700 mobiles. In the campaign, a group of real-size ostrich puppets tried to interact with young people in order to let them know these mobiles provide a high-quality MP3 playback. The puppets were holding their own telephones and listening to the music. When a young person appeared, the puppet tried to catch his/her attention to show him/her the quality of the mobile. The reason why Nokia decided to use ostriches was that they are big animals, so people could easily look at them.
There are enterprises that disseminate passes or tickets to different events. For example, Sony invests on joining promoters and tells them that they have to infiltrate in public meetings. What they have to do is to distribute free tickets to concerts and other musical events sponsored by the company. Another instance is the Spanish company Clickair (an extension of Iberia airlines), that developed a campaign in which a group of five people had to walk through Barcelona streets dressed as Euros. The group was supplying approximately 3,000 tickets to promote different Clickair destinations. The people who first sent a SMS message with the required information would get free tickets to go on a trip. In the end, the company received a total of 3,390 messages.
Along with these examples, there are other street marketing techniques that are even more unusual. Lee Jeans, a French company dedicated to the selling of jeans, promoted the opening of their new store in rue des Rosiers in Paris. The method they applied consisted of distributing denims, as well as denim accessories, on the different streets of the neighbourhood. Furthermore, in Italy, the members of the company Nintendo put into action a campaign in which they used post-its to promote the Wii console. They pasted several post-its with the shapes of some characters from different video games. Those images were placed as if they were billboards on the streets. “Wii not forget”, the name of the campaign, and a brief explanation of it, were the words written on the post-its.