The way to transform your business into a company

Posted by on Dec 5, 2016 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on The way to transform your business into a company

Once you have made your own threshold in the city, where you started your business, you should extend your business to the neighbouring cities, states, and ultimately, to the neighbouring countries worldwide. But, you should be first successful in making a good impression among your customers.

The formalities

Once the customers come to know about you, and you are having a good reputation among the customers, there are a few formalities, which should be completed by you, before you extend your business to the neighbouring states and the other countries, henceforth. If you ever took the assistance of any Branding agency in London, they will help you to carry out all the formalities without any hassles.

Extending the business

If you are from London, your country has special rules, and you have to be abide by them, if you want to extend your business to the other states. If you want to merge with other small companies, working in that particular state, you can do that, but, you need recognition as a company for doing that. If your company get amalgamated with a bigger company, you don’t need any additional recognition as you will be a part of an organisation, which is already registered as a company in your country.

Registering as a company

In your country, your first task to get registered as a company, is to get a license from the market regulator of your country. In the UK, the market regulator is the Financial Services Authority or FSA. The market regulator may give certain criteria or requirements, which you should fulfil such that you can get the license for starting your business as a company, or with the name of a company. The requirements may ask you to show a minimum level of profit margin every year, or they can even ask you to them your business license, which you had previously.

Registering in stock exchanges

Once you make a grip in your own country, you should register your company in the stock exchange of your country, such that you can invest in stocks, and increase the capital for your business. There are multiple stock exchanges in your country, and depending upon the capital which you have, you can include the name of your company in multiple stock exchanges, and the more the number of stock exchanges, where you are registered, the capital for your business will increase extensively, and in order to register in the stock exchange of your country, you should definitely have a license from the market regulator of your country.

Businesses in other countries

Once you gain enough capital, you should talk to the Branding Agency in London, from whom you were taking help. Ask them to give you the business laws and rules for various other countries, where you want to extend your business. If you want to extend your business hands to the United States, you should follow the rules that are given by them. Thus, just make a list of countries, where you want to extend your business, and know the rules of foreign companies from the embassy, or from the market regulator of those countries.

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Leafleting: The Facts

Posted by on Sep 27, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Leafleting: The Facts

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Perhaps one of the oldest marketing methods, leaflet distribution is still used today. Yet, many businesses are still unaware as to leaflet distribution methods they should be using. There is also the worry that potential customers do not look at the leaflet distributed to them. There are services world-wide assisting businesses with leaflet distribution, such as leaflet distribution in Hertfordshire.

Direct Marketing Association (DMA) has researched the statistics of leaflet distribution:

 

  • 62% of individuals take no notice of TV advertisements. Most people will mute advertisements, change the channel to avoid them or leave the room to perform quick tasks such as making a drink or going to the toilet. Similarly, 81% of people skim past adverts in magazines and newspapers.
  • Up to 79% of recipients keep leaflets or pass them on to a friend who may be interested in the services offered. 78% of individuals skim through the information posted to them.
  • 48% of consumers visit businesses they have received leaflets for, with even more requesting extra information or purchasing a product after receiving leaflets. This is slightly higher than the 47% of consumers responding to TV advertising.
  • 71% of consumers believe that samples, coupons and offers are useful for finding a service suiting their needs. 63% believe that money-off coupons encourage them to purchase products, and 47% of consumers believe that leaflets about new products make them more likely to purchase a product.
  • 38% of flyers are kept for 2-4 days, and 13% are kept for over a week. However, money-off flyers, providing discount or a promotion of some sort are 50% more likely to be kept.
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Useful Tips To Maximize Leaflet Distribution Campaigns

Posted by on Sep 6, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Useful Tips To Maximize Leaflet Distribution Campaigns

Isle-of-Wight-Leaflet-Distribution-2-23783_600x300Leaflet distribution in Essex is an amazing marketing strategy. It provides a lot of benefits for the company running the campaign. Leaflet distribution is cost efficient while generating high impact to the consumers. It creates a buzz and enhance the image and reputation of the company as it gathers the interest of the market. However, just like any other marketing campaigns, leaflet distributions should be done properly in order to take full advantage of its marketing potential. And more often than not, those running leaflet distributions would barely get satisfying results from the campaign. Here are some useful tips to maximize leaflet distribution campaigns.

  1. Trial run – It is not efficient to run large scale leaflet distribution right away. It is important to check its potential while looking for errors before starting the campaign. The best way to approach a new leaflet distribution campaign is to conduct a trial run. Trial run in a small area or sample size can provide important data that will help you maximize the effects of the campaign.
  2. Solo campaign – It is not only your company that will be running a leaflet distribution campaign. There will be around 10 similar companies running a marketing campaign at the same time. Since leaflets are handed to the customers whether at the public places or their homes, the distributor must make sure that the customer will not be getting the leaflet along with other leaflets. When such situation occurs, most of the time the leaflet will go directly to the trash. If the leaflet is received by the customer in solo, there is a high chance that the leaflet will be read or stored for later use.
  3. Timing – Timing is important for running a leaflet distribution campaign. It should be in season or the incentives should be trending during the campaign. Also the campaign should be run in a period where few or no competitor is running a similar leaflet distribution campaign. This will increase the effects of leaflet distributions compared to when the market has alternative campaigns which the customer can choose from.
  4. Leaflet distribution agency – Hiring a leaflet distribution agency is the best way to maximize your campaign. They have experts in creative design, leaflet templates and market research which greatly increase the success of leaflet distribution while being cost and time efficient at the same time. With their help, you can be sure that the message and purpose of the campaign will get through to your customers.

Now you have several ways to maximize your leaflet distribution campaign.

 

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