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Business StartUp

New Year can mean Starting a new business

It usually ends with the words, “Arghhhh I need bags……”

January and the New Year together with those making new resolutions is a key time for people to start or start thinking about a new business.

Key times are often what sparks that light bulb moment whether it’s a birthday, a piece of shock news, a change in status or similar external event, or simply “I woke this morning with this great idea”.

So it ends with I need some bags. They are usually the last thing you think about in the scale of the things which you will have to deal with and we will come round to all them.

Planning my Bags

So let’s give a thought to the humble carrier bag, because when you start to promote your business either at exhibition or event when you trying to get your name out there or if you are selling over the counter in a point of sale environment you want your brand out on the high street where you can be seen.

I am going to take you straight to the end and help you with this challenge. So you need bags. But how many? Well as a new business you won’t want to spend vast amounts of money and most definitely you won’t want to have to store boxes and boxes of the blighters.

Identity is the Key it can come with plastering your name across the bag or by placing your eye catching logo which will be recognised by. But it can also come from a house colour which is recognisable in your locality.

With this in mind there are three options which dictate the price:

  1. A coloured bag from our stock range- Make it your house colour
  2. An overprinted coloured bag from our stock range – Low-cost outlay
  3. Bespoke Printed bag –Low unit cost.

I started with the end of needing bags, and we will return to building the idea of designing your bag next time.

What Next

If you are looking at starting your own business, then you should discuss your plans with professional advisors such as an accountant. They will help you to look at some of the financial impacts your idea holds such as:

Are you the right person to be successful at running your own business?

Do you have enough funds to put into the business?

Are you familiar with the legal requirements of running a business?

IMPORTANT –How much will you earn in the first year?

These are just some of the questions to look at, and there will be more in the next edition.

A new business and idea can be both very rewarding satisfying but do your homework. If you do need help or assistance on starting up a new business then speak to McGinty Demack Limited

David Richardson.

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Wrapture Tissue News

Wrature Product News

 Wrapture Tissue News

Our latest Wrapture Tissue News :

As part of our cooperation with our network of suppliers we are pleased to advise that we have recently undertaken a visit to one of our leading suppliers. The manufacturer of Wrapture tissue invited us to take a look around the factory which makes the quality range of coloured tissues that we have been supplying for a number of years into the UK market.

We are proud to be the first UK visitor to visit the site which is over 100 years in existence with the same ownership. During the visit we were able to see first-hand the production process which uses a high grade of recycled materials needed to give the paper its quality and consistency which we have become familiar with. We also able to see the printing process which is definitely a growing product range and one we have been part of for a number of years with our range of stock prints.

Finally have a look at what we can offer:

Colourerd Tissue in reams

printed Tissue in Half reams

Metallic Tissue per 100 sheets

Retail Packs

 

David Richardson

Look out for our discount coupon on Twitter this week

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flat paper counter bags update: 7 Ways To Use

flat paper counter bags update

At Pac-hs we’re a bit bored of seeing the usual candy striped style flat bags so, we’ve given flat bags a make-over! We’ve got a selection 13 bold colours for you to give your packaging a refresh.

Colours range from bright lime to pale pink to pure black, so there will be something to suit all brands and businesses.

But what are flat bags used for? Why are they so popular?

We’ve compiled a list of 7 ways you can use flat bags but there are definitely more out there!

flat bags circle

  1. Cards – whether it be greeting cards or postcards, our flat bags are the perfect size to fit them in and stop them getting bent and ruined.
  2. Sweets – have a sweet shop? Flat bags are perfect! Great size, more environmentally friendly than using plastic bags AND, the bright colours will be very appealing to the kids.
  3. Stationery – why waste a full size carrier bag on a pack of pens? Our flat bags are less than 2p/bag – an absolute bargain!
  4. Jewellery – great size for holding rings, bracelets and earrings and stops them getting damaged or lost from being amongst other shopping in a larger bag.
  5. Cosmetics – there’s nothing worse than getting home and finding your brand new blusher all cracked from being jostled around inside a large carrier bag with all your other shopping.
  6. Souvenirs – have a shop in a tourist location? Flat bags are easy for your customer to travel home with as it doesn’t leave them with hands full of bags. Use them for all your small goodies.
  7. Small gifts – to be honest, the possibilities are endless! Flat bags will fit all kind of gifts and items from lighters to sunglasses and candles to small ornaments. You’ll be surprised what you can get in them and their durability!

 

These are just some of the ways Flat Bags can benefit your business. Show us how you use your flat bags in the comments below.

 

Order your flat bags by clicking HERE.
If you’d like a free sample of any colours, call us on 01257 400451