Do you use a Tablet or iPad for your business meetings to present videos? Well here is an awesome new stand that supports almost every Tablet and iPad. It is adjustable and easy to use! This folding, non-slip tablet stand allows you to easily position, view and use your tablet for personal use, at work, or for important business presentations. It is stylish, has a slim profile, and includes a felt carrying pouch that stores and protects the tablet stand when not in use! This promotional product is very practical and can be used on a daily bases, giving excellent exposure of the company’s name and creating a very professional image during presentations. This stand is great for any type of company!
The Eco 51% Recycled Owl 18″ Duffel by Leed’s is great promotional product that may be used on businesses trips or vacation. Made from 51% post-consumer recycled material, this product is eco-friendly. It has a large zippered main compartment, front velcro pocket, side mesh accessory pockets, and an adjustable shoulder strap. The duffel bag is available in black so it has a professional look to it and is big enough to actually be used on a trip, or to take merchandise to a trade show in.
This bag is very suitable for a promotional product because of it’s many different decorating options. They include color fill, color stamp, custom dome, deboss, embroidery initials or name, epoxy dome, metal, personalized names, PhotoReal and transfer.
The Women’s All Purpose Utility Kit is designed for crafters and scrapbookers who love to keep their materials organized. This kit has multiple exterior and interior pockets for storage. A plastic container is included to organize tools and accessories. It is made from polyester with the dimensions of 12″L 8.5″H 7″W. The bag comes in black and white with polka dot trim. This is the perfect item for conventions or just as a corporate gift. This item may appeal to your target audience and will be memorable.
As noted in relation to my previous posting here on the popularity of golf apparel, I just read an article on the ASI website, “Apparel on top” by Shane Dale, stating that apparel was the top product in 2005 for promotional products. “For the sixth year in a row, wearables are the number one product category sold by promotional product distributors. In fact, of all the products ordered by clients, 73% of distributors say that shirts were one of the top three items bought last year.”
Down the list according to distributors goes… writing instruments at 44%, desk and office accessories at 28%, and fourth place were glassware/mugs at 21.8%. A couple things mentioned that contributed to apparel’s success were; drop in price of T-Shirt manufacturing, good exposure for advertising, and a good return on investment.