The print industry has changed in the few years that I have joined it.  But what people don’t understand is that a quote, most of the time, can not be given over the phone.  Quoting a print job may take a couple of days.  And quoting a promo job, although more often that not, can be done quicker, if you are looking for a custom quote, than it can take some more time.

As an example, if you want a quote for a 32 page booklet there are a few questions I will have to ask you. First of all, is the cover the same paper as the inside? Is the entire project four colour process throughout? Do we need a varnish on the pages so that the ink doesn’t smudge or show finger prints.

These are just a few of the questions you would care about.  But on my end, I need to know which of my suppliers are most cost effective for printing this job? Which machine does it best fit on, and even down to which paper supplier has the best, cheapest paper for this job!

So overall, when asking for a print quote, let’s make sure we get all of the answers up front, and than we can get you the best possible price for your next marketing material!


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