Time to organise your corporate Christmas cards for your Exeter business

September 15, 2017 by  

No sooner does summer end than thoughts turn to Christmas. A traditional way for an Exeter business to thank their customers and suppliers is to send them a corporate Christmas card.

As a city, Exeter is certainly preparing for Christmas already. The 2017 Exeter Christmas market starts on November 17 at the West Front of the Cathedral and will feature a mixture of local and continental businesses. Christmas decorations are appearing in Exeter shops and local restaurants are advertising their Christmas menus.

Many Exeter businesses are planning to make an impression on their customers and suppliers by sending personalised corporate Christmas cards. Personalised cards make a better impact than cheaply purchased ones bought from the local card shop. Your logo should be discreetly displayed on the front to remind people of your company when they display their Christmas cards.

Inside the card should be a short simple message. Cards should be hand signed by either the owner of the business or the management team. This takes extra effort, but it is worth it.

Pay attention to the envelope to make it stand out. Consider using a distinctive colour and print your logo on the back of the envelope.

Although a Christmas card celebrates the festive season, there is nothing wrong with seeing your corporate Christmas cards as a form of marketing and a way to raise brand awareness.

A well-designed Christmas card printed by a quality Exeter printing service will help you and your customers celebrate the festive season.

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