Things You Must Check When Choosing A Roller Banner Stand Supplier

Roller banner stands can be described as self standing stands that are retractable. They usually have a printed graphic panel which holds the message that needs to be passed across. This panel is usually inserted in aluminum base that comes with a spring, hence the roll up nature of the stands. They are most popular because they are low in cost and they are also very easy to transport and use. You can actually set them up in seconds and roll them away just as quickly when you are done.

The roller banner stands make perfect display items, especially in trade shows and exhibitions. If you are a company looking to launch a product in the market, then you will also find them very suitable. They are the most common advertising tools used, but they are also used to make reception areas brighter and more welcoming. Whatever your needs, you will find a roller banner stand that works for your needs as long as you choose a supplier you can fully rely on. A few checks will help ensure you enjoy the best in the end.

Product quality

The very first thing you should check when choosing a supplier for your roller banner stands is quality. When looking at quality the stand mechanism is of utmost importance. Ensure that you can trust the supplier for a stable one that will not fall at the slightest provocation. Only the very best materials should be used on every part of the roller banner stand.

Most suppliers make the roller banner stands and will also do the printing work. For this reason, ensure also that they can handle anything you wish on the graphic panel including colors and images. The full color panel will be more attractive and a good supplier will know exactly how to bring out the best with your roller banner stand. Considering that the banners are retractable, does the supplier offer you a carry case too? A good quality carry case will give you a very easy time moving, transporting and storing the banner.

Variety

Buyers are not the same when it comes to financial capabilities and your supplier should be able to handle this by offering different options to cater to the different needs. Apart from premium ones, they should also offer budget banners ones are cheaper. The same should apply to the sizes. As a buyer, you should work with a supplier who can offer you any size including mini roller banner stands depending on your needs.

Quick turnaround

Your marketing strategy may not have the luxury of time making it very important to choose a supplier that can deliver fast and easy. Good suppliers will usually make available the roller banner stand in a day or two and will even deliver it to you. Find out how long you will have to wait before your finished product is available; the sooner the better in keeping up with your schedule.

The Truth About Menu Boards

Digital Menu Boards are utilized in less than 20% of restaurants in overall nation. The other 80% are needlessly missing out on some incredibly easy and effective ways to increase the bottom line.

What’s today’s special?

Over half of restaurant customers look to menu boards specifically to find out what’s on special. But incredibly, almost half the time the very information that these eager customers were looking for, literally with their money in their hands, was nowhere to be found! For the 80%, it’s easy to see why. Imagine how difficult it would be to change static chalkboard signage every time you change your special. For owners of digital display systems, what’s on your display can be changed at the touch of a button, with the changes automatically reflected in your POS system, too.

This disadvantage is especially crushing if your major target consumers are younger. The Millennials, perhaps the most important demographic for QSR establishments, are less set in their ways about everything, including the food that they eat. They are looking for new food experiences and your meal specials are prime candidates. Why would you want to miss this opportunity?

One picture is worth 1000 words:

QSR customers are in a hurry. They won’t take a time to read lengthy explanations. That’s why pictures are essential, especially if you’re promoting a new menu item. A tantalizing vision of your latest promotional special, in all its mouthwatering glory in living color, will have your customers reaching for their wallets far faster than any verbal description. While posting great pictures is as easy as a few taps on a keyboard for operators boasting digital display systems, it will present much more of a challenge for those still stuck with chalkboard or painted signage.

Greater control with digital signage:

For franchises or other types of multi-site operators, what customers see on menu boards can be centrally controlled. A new limited time offer and new pricing can be made to appear at all your locations, whether they are on the other side of town, or on the other side of the continent. And, if you’re spending millions on advertising that great new blockbuster offer on the web and on TV, you want to make sure that what your hungry, eager customers see on your menu signs is in sync with the expectations that you spent so much time, effort and money in creating.

The Austrian Oak’s Brilliant Positioning Secret

People think that Arnold was the luckiest bastard alive especially considering his “subpar,” acting in his earlier movies and somehow he became famous overnight.

But that’s not the case at all.

His first movie was Hercules in New York and that movie was horrible but I digress.

Let’s get to it.

Arnold moved to the US in 1968, couldn’t speak a lick of English, became a world champion bodybuilder and then an iconic movie star.

But yet what people don’t know is that when Arnold landed his first movie role he was already damn successful.

He had a brilliant mind for business that no one could match.

When he was 21 Arnold started his first business in the Hollywood Hills.

He noticed a demand for bricklayers around the high-end homes and also noticed the “keeping up with the Jones,” mentality.

He formed his own bricklaying company with his bodybuilding friends and demand for his company skyrocketed.

His business wasn’t much different from the other bricklaying companies around YET they couldn’t get the same high paying gigs that Arnold got.

And that brings me to ANOTHER point…
… Arnold charged MORE for his bricklaying services and people PAID for them.

There was nothing special about what Arnold’s business. They did the exact same work as other bricklaying businesses…
… YET..

HE STILL CHARGED MORE.

AND…
… PEOPLE WERE WILLING TO PAY!

Why?

Why did Arnold get more business than the other bricklaying companies? He wasn’t known among the other bricklayers.

Why was he able to charge more?

The answer…
..Positioning.

Positioning allows ANY business the ability to compete in an evergreen cut throat market.

Now more than ever as more and more businesses pop up, having a damn good position is more important than ever.

It’s no longer enough to just launch a product and hope for the best.

Right now if you are a business owner, you aren’t thinking about positioning but you’re about your competitors sweeping in like a thief in the night and stealing away your business.

So here’s a quick easy way to establish a fast Position in your market..

STAND OUT.

Arnold’s Bricklaying business stood out because he positioned the business as a European Bricklaying Company.

But it wasn’t just how he positioned his company as a European Bricklayers, he hired his bodybuilding friends. Now imagine a group of large muscle bound men laying bricks in and around the neighborhood. That’s an image that stands out!

HIGH PRICES.

People believe that high prices means HIGH VALUE(including yours truly.) Depending on the market and your product you can charge a higher price.

In Arnold’s position he could have charged whatever he wanted and people would have still paid for it.

He worked around the Hollywood Hills area and we all know how slick and rich that place is.

Arnold KNEW the market around that area and knew that people would be willing to pay for a European Bricklaying Company.

Even if Arnold couldn’t become an action star he had he business chops and know how to fall back on.

He’s said it in the past that he probably would have built several multi million dollar companies if he wasn’t acting.