Banners to help Business
We’ve had a lot of enquiries and orders recently for banners. With the end of furlough and people returning to work it seems businesses are keen to catch the eyes of potential customers by using banners. Good customer service and great products are only half the battle, your customers need to know how to find you and banners can help.
The best way to use banners
If you are a local business trying to attract potential customers towards your premises, you need to think about the main routes people take when walking or driving. There may be more than one road that leads towards your premises so think about the times when drivers naturally pause such as intersections or roundabouts. For a moment they are stationary and drivers naturally look around their immediate space. A well placed banner on a roundabout or fence or somewhere else where drivers’ eyes naturally go at an intersection is the ideal opportunity to entice them towards your store, restaurant or premises. Make them an offer, there’s very few of us that can resist a discount. Well-designed branded banners that repeat a message again further along the route will almost certainly entice physical footfall towards your business.
Banners for marketing
If you are a shop that is in proximity of other shops on the High Street or precinct then once again, you’ll want to signpost people towards your business. A lamppost banner can work really well on the approach to your store. It sets the tone of anticipation that there is something interesting in the up ahead. As a potential customer gets closer, then you can take advantage of roller banners in proximity to your business. You may have some outside space for example you’re a cafe or a restaurant and in that case, you can mark out the space outside your premises and use a printed barrier to talk about anything that you think your customers will be interested in such as opening times or offers. We can even make these weatherproof by using mesh banners as this material is resistant to strong winds and UV, ideal for building ramps and scaffolding or bridges. Once inside your shop or cafe you may need to continue with some Covid safety measures but perhaps don’t want to change the look of your shop. That’s where our clear protective banners come in; they do the job but not visually intrusive.
Banners to help business
We focus so much attention on our online presence through social media and on our websites that sometimes we miss the physical opportunities. We are still humans and must think about the human experience and what grabs our interest, what printed signs or banners would draw us towards a business? How can you use driving routes and approaches to your business to help bring people across your threshold? Let us help you find the solutions.
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