Waterproof labels are hugely underrated in our honest opinion. They have a wide range of uses, from highly practical to entirely pointless (but fun), which we’d like to share with you. 1) Kids don’t like wearing life vests. They’re uncomfortable, unfashionable, and, if we’re honest, make anyone who wears one look slightly chubby.… Continue reading 10 Great uses for Waterproof Labels
It might seem like a strange question, but actually, it is rather topical. On June 23, 2013, the European Union formally gave its backing to the use of iron oxides and hydroxides in the labels for food. The move paved the way for changes in the way fresh produce is marketed and identified,… Continue reading Would you Eat a Watermelon that Smiled at You?
Humour can be compared to watching your young child perform at a school concert – it’s often a matter less of taste and more of personal involvement.
We sometimes forget just how useful these adhesive pieces of paper can be. Stickers and labels can be fun, they can be eye-catching and they can be used for more than just a label on an envelope or a sticker for the fridge. Today, stickers and labels are used as marketing tools for… Continue reading 10 ways of Using Stickers and Labels
All food and drink products sold in the UK are subject to a set of mandatory standards. These standards don’t just apply to the food (or drink) itself, as there are also several legal requirements attached to the packaging of goods as set out by DEFRA (Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs). Mislabelling… Continue reading The Importance of Correct Labelling
Guerrilla marketing is everywhere: a low cost advertising option that can, if done well, see a huge return on investment. This type of marketing is a more unconventional way of getting a brand’s message across – often used by smaller businesses with lower marketing budgets, but also now being used more widely by big name brands.
Whatever line of business you are in, plain paper labels are a versatile solution to many of your professional needs. Plain labels, suitable for inkjet printers and photocopiers, are a powerful marketing tool that can also help you to speedily organise the busiest workplace so that your business runs efficiently.
Since April 2011 there has been numerous high quality stickers and labels appearing on trains using London’s Central Line on the Tube. They are humorous and satirical in nature and range from the sublime to the ridiculous!
Whatever line of business you are in, plain paper labels are a versatile solution to many of your professional needs. Suitable for inkjet printers and photocopiers, they are a powerful marketing tool that are versatile enough to suit many requirements:
If you or your staff ever have difficulty keeping track of the portable property of the business, it may be time to consider instituting a new tracking system employing asset labels.