Why are promotional products good for business?

They promote image and brand awareness, help increase sales and generate valuable leads. They can introduce a product or service and reinforce a brand or marketing message. They’re ideal for trade shows, corporate events and customer recognition and reward. For instance, a promotion pen can pass through as many as twenty sets of hands in its lifetime.

How do promotional products add value?

Promotional products give you the best bang for your buck when it comes to your advertising dollars. Putting your brand or message in the hands of potential new customers is what it's all about, and nothing does the job better than a promotional product.  With literally thousands of products to choose from in price ranges to suit any budget – promotional products are the ideal way to get your message out there.

What decoration options are available?

Subject to product choice, there are many methods for placing your logo, brand or message on a promotional product. Here are the most popular decoration methods

Screen printing:  Screen printing involves pressing ink through a fine mesh screen and onto the surface of a product.

Debossing: This classic method leaves a depression of your logo or message onto the materials surface.

Embossing: Embossing is a technique which creates a pattern on the material that is raised.

Embroidery: Stitching a design into fabric using computer-controlled sewing machines.

Foil Stamping: Foil stamping uses controlled heat, pressure, and precision timing to apply coloured or metallic foil resins to decorate the surface.

Laser Engraving: This technique uses lasers to engrave or etch an object.

Pad Print: Pad printing utilizes a flexible silicone rubber transfer pad that picks up a film of ink from a photo-etched printing plate and transfers it to a three-dimensional part surface.

Digitizing: Before your design or logo can be embroidered, it must be digitized. This is the technical term to describe the process for programming the embroidery machine to stitch your design or logo.

4 Colour Process: The print process where four (4) colours (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black), also known as CMYK, are used to create a colour logo or image. The 4 colours can be combined to create an enormous range of colours.

How to choose the right Imprinted Promotional Product?

First, do let price be your only guide. You should try and choose a promotional product that relates to your business and your client's business and goals/needs.  A good guide is to choose a promotional product your client might use daily. 

What if I can’t see the product I'm looking for? 

Don’t worry. Wizid has access to thousands of promotional products and ranges. While the Wizid site contains thousands of products, it’s only a sample of what’s available.  If you want something unique, trying to find an item to fit with a theme, run out of ideas or simply don't see quite what you're after, then give the team at Wizid a call. We’re here to help!

What are some of the set up charges I can expect?

Imprinting a design, logo or message on to an item can require things like printing plates, film, artwork, set up of engraving lasers or embroidery machines – to name a few. These costs are separate to the actual decoration costs and are often one-off charges.
What happens after I place an order?

Once we have received your order and artwork, our creative services department will email you a digital proof. You’ll need to approve, sign and return the order and artwork so we can begin production. If we have any questions or need further information from you, we’ll contact you. Our goal is your complete satisfaction. And we’ll keep you posted as to your order progresses.

What if I'm not happy with my order? 

At Wizid, we’ll do everything humanly possible to avoid any mistakes with your order. In fact, we guarantee to delivery your order exactly as you approved it on your digital proof. In the unlikely event your order is not right, Wizid will replace your order. After all, our goal is your complete satisfaction.