It’s never too early to start planning your Christmas mailing program and we have all the tools you need to make your customers feel appreciated this holiday season.
View our Holiday Greetings Catalog and choose from our huge selection on stock greeting cards, calendars and more.
Add your logo and a nice message and give a personal touch with your signature.
We also offer a the option to choose your own custom images and card sizes.
Contact us with your holiday greeting card questions directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are a growing printing business in the Quinte area and we are looking to add an Account Manager to assist our Sales Department. Based on attitude, ethics, efficiency and sales this could evolve into a Sales Management role in the future.
We are in search of a mover and a shaker to assist with building and strengthening our sales department. You must be comfortable meeting and talking to new people, have a positive attitude and be very well organized. We provide you with all the tools and training necessary to be successful in this sales hunter role.
Our products are in high demand and used in EVERY office and 95% of homes on a daily basis. Our products are the highest quality in the marketplace, our services are unmatched by our competitors and we offer over 100,000+ reasons why we should be their chosen printing partner.
Due to our diverse product and service offerings an Account Manager can build a successful base of customers quickly because we are a complete printing partner. We offer some of best pricing in the marketplace, our products are household brand names and we take the hassle out of having 4 or more printing suppliers. We take care of all of our customers printing and design needs in one place.
As an Account Manager you will receive extensive background company training, in the field training, sales and marketing materials, superior sales support, a training manual and more. One of the largest advantages is that you get to work alongside with and learn from the GM of the company.
We are seeking an Account Manager in the Quinte region. We are offering a unique opportunity to handle your own sales territory, set your own hours and be in control of your own success.
If you lead by example, want to make a difference in your career and think you can help take our sales department to the next level we’d like to hear from you.
We are looking for your feedback!
As a growing business we are doing our best to offer you the highest of quality products and an enjoyable on-line shopping experience.
To our valued customers and anyone who has a chance to visit our WebStore or Blog or Social Media profiles, we would like to hear about your feedback about your recent experience.
We are asking for any recommendations that you believe we can make to make your on-line shopping experience more enjoyable.
You can leave a comment on the bottom of this post or contact us directly at email@example.com.
The GT Printing and Electronics Team
There is power in shopping at locally owned businesses.
When shopping at local businesses you are seen as an individual not a consumer statistic. Because they have a smaller consumer base, local businesses have the advantage of tailoring their sales strategies to the local customer and community rather than having to stick with nationwide marketing plans.
10 reasons to frequent local businesses
1. Money stays in our community
Significantly more money stays locally when you buy at locally owned businesses. Buying local helps grow other businesses and the local tax base.
2. You foster community support
Locally owned businesses know you; and you know us. Studies have shown that local businesses donate to community causes at more than TWICE the rate of chain/multinational stores.
3. You create local jobs
Small businesses are the largest employers in our community. Supporting small business keeps people employed in our community directly and by using other local service providers.
4. You conserve your tax dollars
Local businesses require comparatively little infrastructure and make good use of public services. Also, spending locally instead of chain/multinational stores ensures that your dollars are reinvested where they belong right here in your own community.
5. Community investment
Local businesses are owned by people who live in this community who are more invested in the community’s future.
6. Experience better service
Local business has a vested interest in knowing how to serve you. Local businesses often hire people with a better understanding of the products
they are selling and take more time to meet customer needs.
7. Create more choice
A marketplace with hundreds of small businesses is the best way to ensure innovation and low prices over the long-term. Local businesses carry a wider array of unique products because we buy for our own individual market.
8. Help the environment
Locally sourced materials and products have many environmental benefits. They produce less waste by eliminating unnecessary transportation and delivery, therefore reducing the amount of emissions and packaging being used. Less packaging means less waste and less demand on landfill sites.
9. Add character to our community
Local businesses contribute to the distinctive character of our community benefiting tourism and giving residents sound reason for not moving away.
10. Local prosperity
Entrepreneurs and skilled workers are more likely to invest and settle in communities that preserve their one-of-a-kind businesses. The more interesting and unique we are as a community, the more we will attract new neighbours and visitors.