With pressure being put on budgets and money for advertising having to be watched carefully, finding a cost effective way to advertise your company can be challenging. One way and without question cost effective, is to use car stickers which are seen by thousands daily as we commute to work, or walk through the streets in our towns or supermarket car parks.
Whilst we have all become used to seeing smartly package food that is made and sold commercially by the big manufacturers, there are many smaller companies that grow bespoke products and pack them in polythene and attach a label with the product information on the pack. The labels that are used have to withstand the same conditions and handling just in the same way that all the large commercial producer needs.
Using a self adhesive label is a simple but very effective way to advertise and event, draw attention to a forthcoming exhibition, or announce your presence at a trade show are just some of the hundreds of uses for a custom label.
What is the point of having a tamper evident label on a food product? Well put simply it will tell the customer or store keeper that the product could have been interfered with and should be withdrawn from sale. . A standard paper or file with a permanent adhesive may meet many customers’ requirements. However, in more demanding applications, special tamper evident materials are available.
A great product just like the one you have produced is of little value unless you publicise it and the best way to do that is by attractive packaging and of course a label to inform your customer just how good your product really is. Promotional labels which ensure your promotion stands out from the crowd are essential in today’s crowded marketplace.
In today’s world we have to accept that not everyone is totally honest and this is why your company should ensure that its valuable assets are tagged to prevent an unscrupulous person form selling them of on a site like eBay for example.
I know that you might laugh at such a suggestion, but sadly in an organisations such as a college or large IT workplace it can happen, which is why just about all companies and organisations use asset tags.
We have all seen them thousands of times, whether we are driving behind them, walking on the pavement or through a car park, the advertising stickers on the front or back of a car. Car dealerships have had them on cars for years and also the British Legion Poppy Appeal now supplies them for the car owner to display on their car to show that they are supporting the appeal.
Many foods require to be kept at a temperature that ensures that they remain fresh and in good condition. The dairy cabinet in the local supermarket has some of the goods that need temperature control, usually this will not cause the retailer any problem, no it is the cold chain or logistics of getting the food from the factory to the supermarket that can be a cause of concern.
It is appearing just about everywhere now and it would seen on most of the products that we buy and a few more besides, we are talking about the QR code.
We are all familiar at seeing a barcode printed onto a product label, which is used at the point of sale or portable scanner to either identify the product, read the price, aid stocktaking and inventory tracking amongst a variety of uses. The product label is usually made from paper or it can a synthetic such as polyester this can be over laminated to avoid the barcode becoming damaged or distorted which would make it difficult for the scanner to read the information.