Promotional Products

Promotional products are far more than just a fleeting trend in event marketing or simply a tool for brand awareness. The terms promotional items or promotional products refers to articles of merchandise that are used in marketing and communications programs. These items are usually imprinted with a company's name, logo or slogan, and given away at trade shows, conferences, and as part of guerrilla marketing campaigns.Promo

Almost anything can be branded with a company’s name or logo and used for promotion. Common items include t-shirts, caps, keychains, bumper stickers, pens, mugs or mouse pads, however by far the largest product category for promotional products is wearable items.

Business gifts used to foster customer goodwill and retention are the most common use for promotional items. Other objectives that marketers use promotional items to facilitate include tradeshow traffic-building, brand awareness, public relations, employee relations and events, dealer and distributor programs, new customer generation, not-for-profit programs, employee service awards, new product introductions, internal incentive programs, safety education, customer referrals and marketing research. In fact companies are discovering that the benefits are widespread, allowing you to get your brand and marketing message in your clients face in some innovative and unique ways.

At GTi Promo We source product from a wide range of local and international manufacturers and wholesaler and as such are able to supply a complete range of branded corporate products including:

  • Novelites and giveaways.
  • Exclusive Gifts.
  • Office stationery items (pens, rulers, calculators, USB, mousepads).
  • Uniforms.
  • Promotional clothing.
  • Caps & Peaks.
  • Umbrellas.
  • Key rings.
  • And so much more.

Branding options on most products include pad printing, laser engraving, screenprinting and sandblasting.


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