Do your clients really know all your products and services?
It turns out that we have been just as guilty of this at Where The Trade Buys. So we thought we ought to tell a few more people about some of the things that we can produce that aren’t on our instant pricing matrix.
Here are five production opportunities that Where The Trade Buys offer that you may not know about...
We can add foil to any product of A4 or under that is printed on a paper-based substrate.
For any paper product, we can create a custom laser cut. This can be far more intricate than a traditional die-cut. It can also be personalised. Find out more here.
Most people know that we can produce personalised varnishes with our Scodix. But did you know we can carry out traditional uv as well if you require?
Again, Scodix is a great way to create a custom embossed effect. But if you want to do this without a varnish then we are happy to carry out embossing for you as well.
We offer a large range of printed photo products. One of the most useful is layflat books. These books allow you to create a totally flat double page spread. It’s not only great for photographic products: it is also very useful as a product brochure, a specification brochure or for architectural or similar companies.
So, if they are not on the product pages, how do you actually get a price for these options?
Sadly, we just can’t put every single option on our instant pricing matrix. It wouldn’t be user-friendly. Also, our servers would probably have a meltdown! But, below every price that is calculated for you, there is a button where you can request a custom quote. It’s at the bottom right of each page. This takes you through to a page where you can create a custom print specification.
Getting something out of the ordinary couldn’t be easier, now you know what we do make sure your clients know as well.
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