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Level 4 Covid-19 Plan – Interactive Concepts

30 Apr 2020
Prepared by Gary Amstutz (CEO) on 30 April 2020 Background Interactive Concepts is a manufacturer of stationery products (Rubber Stamps, Name Badges, Business Cards and Stickers/Labels) and sells directly to our clients through our eCommerce websites. We do NOT service any customers at our premises. As such, we are legally classified in terms of the new regulations released on 30 April 2020, to expand our trading from only offering our products to essential services companies, to offering our p…

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Design Ideas

12 Nov 2018
That can all be a bit daunting, but we can make the process a little easier by sharing these guidelines with you: Less is more – as we have stated previously avoid the temptation to squeeze every last detail onto your business card. Use white space – following on from the above, use white space when you want to draw attention to neighbouring elements Choose complimentary colours – try to restrict the number of colours you use to 2 or 3 and ensure they are in harmony Do the sa…

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Appointment Cards – A Must Have For Your Business

16 May 2018
Have you ever forgotten an appointment? Perhaps you missed an important check up with your doctor, or you forgot about your hard earned day at the local spa. This does happen to the best of us and it is more than likely happened more than once. Are you perhaps that doctor who waits for their patient on a busy day that eventually doesn’t pitch up, or a hairdresser who’s client has forgotten about their hair appointment on a day that you are fully booked. This can be very frustrating for both …

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Quality and Speed – the hallmark of our service

18 Apr 2018
On the quality side, our two markers for business cards are the look & feel of the card stock and the quality & accuracy of the print. To achieve our quality requirements, we have chosen a fantastic 300gsm card which gives our business cards a solid and professional look and feel. For the printing, we currently use a digital printer with a Fiery server for colour matching – digital technology has come a long way in the last few years and in most cases, it is now difficult to tell …

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We Can Print Your Loyalty Cards

18 Apr 2018
Loyalty Cards are a great way to reward your faithful customers, whether it involves handing out a free coffee on their tenth purchase, or giving a discount after a certain amount of purchases. Returning customers are a great way to keep the business running and growing. Giving them a great product and excellent service will keep them coming back for more and they will also spread the word of how great your business is. So thanking them for their devoted support is really important and what bett…

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Order your Business Cards online

09 Mar 2018
On all our sites, we have tried to accommodate as many different ways of ordering as possible. Here is an overview of how you can place your business card order on our site, quickly checkout and have them delivered to your door in 48 hours. Firstly, if you are a graphic designer or have reasonable design skills, you can simply upload your design to the site and we will do the rest. Please ensure though that you add a 3mm bleed and that you keep all text within a safe area which is 3mm inside the…

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Are Business Cards Dead?

01 Jan 2015
It is no secret that the technological and communications landscape has changed radically over the last ten years. Mobile devices and vastly improved mobile data coverage/speeds have been the technology enabler, whilst social media has forever changed the way we communicate – or has it? There is no doubt that FaceBook and Twitter, to count a few, have changed the way we communicate and engage with our family and friends – and to some extent brands. On the business front, LinkedIn in …

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What information should you put on a Business Card?

01 Jan 2015
Traditionally, there are various key elements that are placed on a business card. These include your logo or mark, company name/details, personal details/designation, contact details and a list of product/services that you provide. It has also become reasonably common practice to include your social media accounts. There is of course nothing wrong with going the traditional route, but we would argue that as with any marketing material, it may be wise to pause and think about which elements best…

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