Part of life
Adgraphix is proud to be a Print Champion to the Part of Life campaign. The Print: Part of Life campaign aims to remind consumers and business people of print's irreplaceable role in their lives and inform them of what print can offer. As a Print Champion we believe in a strong vibrant print industry in New Zealand and actively support the Print: Part of Life campaign.
- Print is used by every business in New Zealand to give it identity, to perform business functions and to inform customers of the goods and services they offer.
- With print you have many options a billboard, a magazine advertisement, a brochure or signage to get your campaign message across.
- Print can be used with online communications to double the impact of a marketing.
- Consumers trust print so it is a proven way to communicate with your customers.
- Print is the morning newspaper, a school textbook, the box your cereal comes in, a treasured family photo.
- Imagine a school without books, streets without signs and food without packaging.
- Print is portable, flexible, tangible, reliable and durable
- The major paper supply companies in New Zealand have full chain of custody certification (FSC/PEFC).
- The print industry is constantly looking at new ways to decrease its impact on the environment.
- It takes over 300 grams of CO2 to make a CD or DVD but only 70 grams of CO2 to make an entire newspaper. (source: Phillip W. Lawrence Thesis: Barriers and Incentives to Ecological Modernization)
- Ongoing technology advances together with innovative thinking provide our clients with a broad range of communication options.
- From the attractiveness and durability of food packaging to eye-catching billboards and a huge range of other items, print is a highly effective way to communicate with your customers.
- Print can be used with online communications to double the impact of a marketing campaign
Have you Thought
- Something printed will still be there when the power goes off or the battery goes flat.
- Drop a book and it will survive.
- How do you know the GPS is right if you dont have a street sign to check it against?
- Print never has compatibility issues with previous versions
- There is an environmental impact of reading and storing information on screen