Rubber stamps for small businesses

Running a small business means building a distinctive brand identity without the kind of budget that larger enterprises can call on. It also means giving your customers that all-important sense of personal attention. Creative use of custom rubber stamps can help establish your brand at an affordable price by giving your company's materials a handmade look; you can use them on packaging, stationery, promotional materials and more, adding a custom touch even to the most generic material. [Read More]

Make Your Business Visible with The Right Signage Options

Signs are all about communicating a message. In today's competitive and noisy world, it has become even harder to get a message across. Therefore, having the right signage can be one of the few ways in which customers can learn about your business and the message that you intend to put across. Proper signage can also enable customers to find your business premises or to learn about any promotions/discounts that your company is offering. [Read More]

How To Repair A Bent Silver Medallion

Silver is a soft metal and can be easily damaged. If you've recently unpacked following a house move to find that the treasured silver medallion you were awarded for a sporting achievement has been bent in transit, you might think all's lost. However, it is possible to fix a bent silver medallion by following the instructions below. What you'll need large plastic pan soft, clean cloth metal saucepan small propane torch (available from craft shops) flat plastic (old credit cards or pieces cut from a margarine container will do) a piece of dowel a small, wooden block How to do it [Read More]

Make Your Fast Food Business Stand Out With Vehicle Signage

Few markets are as competitive as fast food delivery. In most Australian cities, if you run a pizza parlour or Indian restaurant, customers will be able to choose between plenty of other eateries in your own niche along with an array of different cuisine options. As the market research company IBISWorld puts it, "while operators are able to enter the industry with relative ease, gaining a sustainable market share is much more difficult. [Read More]