14 Dec We Can Brand It – Tips to avoid those who can’t!
At Really Good Branding we are dedicated to providing high-quality corporate merchandise for all our clients. We are members of the BPMA (British Promotional Merchandise Association) and the BPiF (British Printing Industry Federation) and aim to be industry leaders in delivering excellent customer service, with quick, fair and pro-active solutions if things don’t go 100% according to plan.
When we say ‘We Can Brand It’, it is because we can, our expert team are well trained at sourcing a diverse range of products from Newcastle to Norway, from Cambridge to China. Our well-established network of trade suppliers are experts within their field and ensure we provide the right product on time for your event.
The promotional merchandise industry has in the past had a reputation for poor quality printed products and there are still some Rogue Traders who believe they can open their doors, say “We Can Brand It” and not worry about the consequences for their clients.
With over 10 years experience we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure that we keep our clients up to date on the progress of their order, providing accurate and honest information at each stage. We discuss with our clients the most appropriate promotional items, providing physical samples, images and advice where appropriate. If for any reason there is an issue with an order, we also work to follow the BPMA guidelines, our own terms and conditions, but most importantly, resolve any issues openly and fairly.
At Really Good Branding, we do our very best to ensure those companies that do just open their doors and say “We Can Brand It” before misleading or damaging yours or your clients reputation are taken to task and ensure that the Promotional Merchandise industry remains one of the most effective methods of branding and communication for businesses.
- Always check your supplier is a registered member of the associations they say they are
- Ensure they follow a proofing process and approval process before production
- Request a copy of their T&C’s / Complaints procedure
- Do a Search online to see what reviews or feedback is available.
- Request physical product samples.