December has arrived but there is still time to send Christmas cards to your clients, customers and partners.
Handwritten Christmas cards are very effective at building relationships, but few would argue that writing them is chore. So much so that many businesses now prefer to send e-cards – even if they end up buried in the recipient’s inbox.
Marketing communications company Inkpact offers a third way – a personalised handwritten Christmas card with none of the hassle. Just give them your Christmas card list and they will handwrite a personalised message in each card, hand-address each envelope and send the cards for you by first class post.
You can choose from seven original Christmas card designs or, if you prefer, Inkpact can create a bespoke card especially for you, or even use Christmas cards you have already ordered.
Charlotte Pearce, founder and CEO of Inkpact, which handwrites marketing letters, cards and notes for businesses, says handwritten Christmas cards are much more likely to be read, appreciated and shared than electronic alternatives.
She said: “The typical corporate email account gets 100 emails on average per day. While e-cards are easy to send, they are soon gone from the screen, which is usually already full of other opened emails and less impressive as your recipients know how easy they are to send. A handwritten message sent through Inkpact will very likely be on display throughout the season, translating into good visibility for your brand.”
Inkpact is offering Business Info readers 10% off Christmas cards ordered online. Just visit www.inkpact.com/christmas and enter the discount code SPECIAL10.
Inkpact’s last posting date is December 18.