Veesham Testimonial – Amr Hussein – Amber Meeting & Events
Thank you very much Amr for your appreciation on our work. We wish you continued success in all your endeavors.
Did You Know? The First Christmas Ever Sent?
The first Christmas card was created and sent in 1843. That is 174 years old! The first Christmas card was created and sent in 1843. A man named John Calcott Horsley printed the first Christmas card for Sir Henry Cole, the friend who had given him the idea.
Sir Henry Cole, a wealthy British businessman, wanted a card he could proudly send to friends and professional acquaintances to wish them a “Merry Christmas.”
The card depicted a typical English family enjoying the holiday, and people performing acts of charity. An important part of Victorian Christmas spirit. A thousand copies of the card were printed and sold for one shilling. This is reportedly the first Christmas card to be produced and sold to the public.
Veesham Client Diaries – Jasdeep Khaira
It was really fun having you around! Your dedication to your craft is inspiring! Thanks for choosing us!
Veesham Recommends – Rajiv Upadhyaya of SMC Comex Internationalc
This week, Veesham highly recommends Rajiv Upadhyaya of SMC Comex International
They are a well-diversified financial services company in India offering services across brokerage (across the asset classes of equities (cash and derivatives), commodities and currency), investment banking, wealth management, distribution of third-party financial products, research, financing, depository services, insurance broking and clearing services and real estate advisory services to corporate, institutional, high net worth individuals and other retail clients.
Get in touch with Rajiv at 050 775 3969 or email@example.com for more information!
Christmas Greetings From Veesham Printing Press!
Because the goodwill of those we serve is the foundation of our success, it’s a real pleasure at this holiday time to say “thank you” as we wish you a full year of happiness and success.
Veesham Testimonial – Paula Asghar of Table Art
We indeed enjoy all the bumps along the way! Thank you for always being so gracious and for all the support too.
Did You Know? People have been printing since 1447?
Which means there is, in fact, a very distinct possibility that some of the pieces you see in the museum ARE older than dirt. To know more about cool printing facts, click here.
Veesham Client Diaries – Maria Stoyanoska of Almax Designs
It was really fun knowing how much you know about printing! Thank you for stopping by and for trusting us with your printing needs!
Veesham Recommends – Nadim Rubiez of Brandstorm
This week, Veesham highly recommends Nadim Rubiez of Brandstorm
Large format printing for retail, malls, offices, events, venues and more. They offer easy solutions with very competitive prices and accommodating staff.
Get in touch with Nadim at 050 421 7217 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Your Business Cards Shouldn’t be doing This
We have probably wrote about Business Cards in numerous occasions and we wouldn’t stop reiterating how this small piece of paper can really do wonders for your business, if utilize and used correctly. The first thing needed to be mastered is the overall look of the cards. You might be surprised that some of the big corporations still struggle with their business cards. Well we have listed some common business cards mistakes you have to absolutely refrain from doing:
Wrong Design – If you are into the food business, having a couple of pans and food here in there in your card is totally acceptable, but if you are a practicing lawyer, you might want to rethink if you want to put a coffee stain effect in your card as it may look unprofessional at all.
Wrong Size – Most people ill store business cards they have collected in the credit card section of their wallet, or a business card holder. If it doesn’t fit, your new contact will probably shove the card in their pocket, making it more likely that it’ll end up crumpled and forgotten, or going through the washing machine by accident.
No Social Details – We know you spend a lot of time and effort in making your Facebook, Twitter, and all other Social Media Platform, well, we all do. But we are still surprised with the number of people still not putting their social media handles on their cards. It is a great way to wow your prospects even if you don’t have that interaction with them personally yet.
Incomplete Details – At an absolute minimum, a business card should contain: your name, the company you work for, your job title, your email address, your phone number, and a website. If you don’t like email (and you wouldn’t be the only one) leave your LinkedIn or Twitter details on there instead.A business card should show who you are, and how you can be contacted. No excuses!
No Breathing Space – Two things that could happen if they get a very busy card; they’ll forget about it all together or worst, throw them in the bin! Space creates balance and not to mention, it looks aesthetically good too!
Well if you are still in doubt, we are always one message away to help you. Talk to us and find out more!