3 ways how our printed shopping bags help your brand recognition
The promotional merchandise market has seen exponential demand for printed reusable shopping bags over the last few years. Many branded products have evolved to meet the inevitable changing needs that require more sustainability, and promotional shopper bags are no exception.
1 -They offer the ideal opportunity to help raise your brand awareness, branded bags are versatile, they are used time and time again and offer invaluable exposure to a wide audience. They could be considered as mobile branded merchandise, being seen in multiple locations, possibly daily, such as in a supermarket, gym, charity events, or even in the park when picnicking.
2 - Most printed shopper bags have a generous branding area, allowing your company logo to be noticed. Unlike many other branded products, promotional bags will usually have the option of a 2-sided print, which doubles your chances of being recognised. Company's use branded shopper bags for many reasons, they are perfect to give away at an exhibition. Not only will they be able to hold printed information but other branded products too.
3 - They will also be reused over and over - priceless for your brand but also great for the environment. When using promotional merchandise to elevate your presence, it is crucial to opt for a branded item like a printed cotton tote bag, on a standard bag the branding area with screen print can be A4 size or larger and to both sides of the bag, with the choice to have 100% print coverage on bespoke options. As the demands increase year on year for promotional bags uk, so will the range and availability, giving you even more choice to increase your brand recognition.
Not sure which promotional bag will work best for your budget and artwork, our merchandise team will be glad to help with a sample and a visual proof before you order
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