The Role of Paper on Your Business (And Bottom Line)
If you own or operate a business, you use a lot of paper (memos, invoices, printing paper, invites, etc.).
As a smart business owner, you understand that each paper plays a different role that, in theory, adds value to your company.
To make sure the paper you're order does that, we put together this little list.
The Details are Important: This may seem like a small point, but it has its value. We recommend creating a stylized header for internal memos and client materials. This personalization adds a level of importance to each document and really impacts how people interact with it. The same can be true for the thickness, but that is a personal preference we leave up to you.
Consider the Reordering Process: Time spent waiting, is time spent losing money. You do not want to be stuck without paper when you have important documents to create. Figure out how fast you use certain paper and plan ahead to stay in stock. To help with this, we highly recommend using our Reminder tool to stay on top of this. Receive 1,3,6 or 12 month reminders to stock up!
Reflect your company: The right paper should tell clients and potential customers something about your business. If you are the owner of a T-shirt company, for example, the paper should reflect a casual vibe. Other industries – like law or high finance – should have cardstock with a subdued or serious tone. Good stationery will represent your company in a meaningful way that customers can relate to.
If you are in the market for new stationery for your business, be sure to shop with Desktop Publishing Supplies. We have a wide selection of high-quality paper for you to choose from!
Since 1995, we've hung our hats on delivering quality paper with an exceptional customer experience. When shopping with us, you'll discover a wide range of blank business cards, cardstock, stationery, greeting cards, menus, and more! If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out.