Presentation Folder Printing: 4 Tips to Success

If you’re preparing for important sales pitch and looking for presentation folder printing services, but just don’t know where to start, here are a few tips to keep in mind to help ensure a quality production.

  1. Look online. You will have a long list of print shops to choose from online. Take into consideration customer reviews and available services as you browse each site. Although you can always reach out to different companies for specific jobs, developing a good relationship with a dependable, one-stop shop for printing needs is always preferable.
  2. Request samples from the printer. Even if you think you know what you want, sometimes being able to see and flip through your options makes a world of a difference. If you have long-time trusted clients, you may also want to ask for their input while reviewing your options.
  3. Work with the printer. Before your folders go to press, you will get a proof to review. Take your time to check the aesthetics, message, and grammar of your text and design. Work with the shop to clean up any issues. It’s easy to overlook a small error that will become glaringly embarrassing if your current or potential clients discover it before you.
  4. Resist Bulk Orders. With volume discounts available, you may be tempted to put in an order that will last the length of your tenure at the company.  Resist this urge. Order just enough for your middle-term needs. Because these folders are part of your branding strategy, the freedom to not be locked into one design indefinitely is essential to keeping your marketing fresh.

With a little bit of research and discipline, presentation folder printing can be a breeze with these tips.

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