Imagine a fellow Millennial, or Generation X person sitting in a bank dumbfounded.
"You're telling me I need a business plan for a business loan? No thanks, I'll just start a Go Fund Me."
The times of needing an official business plan, capital, a bank run merchant account, a programmer to build out a website, (and SO much more) are all long gone. Setting up a business can literally happen in 15 minutes. Maybe this is a good thing, maybe not. After all, we just mentioned starting a business is easy.
We know things change, and times change, but are you aware of this itty bitty archival business tool that has kept up with the times? Introducing the good old stamp!
Level Up Your Business
Enhance your business whether you have a thriving business or just getting started. A logo stamp helps you add personal touch, charm and character. It really drives home that sense of gratitude, that sense of "our hands have handled this and I am thankful to each and every customer".
Follow us on this journey as we share the many uses of a stamp with the help of our customers and there awesome shots in action!
1. Packaging and Branding
You can use stamps to stamp your logos, addresses, personal seals, or to stamp business designs on to tags or packaging. Personalized printed products can be costly, especially for a small business. Stamps are more economical and add novelty for those customers who appreciate a personal touch from the owner or some less than clear imprints as it means a person personally stamped on the information to the packaging.
Here are some ideas:
- Drink Sleeves