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Default Basic rules for corporate branding/embroidery and printing.

Basic rules for corporate branding/embroidery and printing.


1. Chose a company with its own embroidery/printing facility, why go
to a middle man – www.logos4polos.com has its own embroidery and
screen printing machines.
2. Keep your logo simple – for embroidery purposes the number of
colours is not an issue as you can have up to 8 if you chose
embroidery. Whereas with screen printing you have to be careful as the
set –up costs are per colour.
3. Small or big designs? Big embroidery designs on the back of polo
shirts, jackets and fleece’s are visually very powerful but can be
expensive, check with www.logos4polos.com for very competitive rates.
Smaller logos such as left breast or on the arms of polo shirts are
very good ways of advertising your company. For bigger designs with
fewer colours screen printing may be a better option especially on t
4. Corporate Clothing – Be wise in your selection of clothing, ask
yourself the questions – would I wear this, are polo shirts the best
option, t shirts are cheaper but do they portray the image my company
wants to portray.
5. Cost – the big issue – Some company’s put corporate clothing way
down the list of items to spend their money on. A polo shirt with an
embroidery logo on not only gives your potential customer a visual
image of who you are it also lets your employees know you expect them
to be professional. Image is everything and www.logos4polos.com can
help you look good.
6. Get ahead of the competition – most people always look to the head
so put a baseball cap with you customized embroidery logo on it.
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