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Selected Highlights

Some selected news stories from Suzanne Lynch Design

Date added: 22 Feb 2013 USB flashdrives to London firm

Suzanne Lynch Design delivers 16GB USB flashdrives to financial services firm in London.

Date added: 22 Feb 2013 BPMA attempts to change ceramics dumping duties

In an attempt to rectify issues caused by recent anti-dumping duties, representatives from the BPMA and EPPA (European Promotional Products Association) met with the Trade Injury Team in Brussels on the 18th February 2012.

In November, a new directive from the European Commission imposed an up to 58.8% duty on all ceramic shipments from China. Introduced with just 24 hours notice, the duty will likely have a significant impact on prices of ceramics in the UK and Europe and has caused concern within the promotional merchandise industry.

In response, EPPA filed an official complaint with the EU Trade Commissioner, resulting in the meeting with the Trade Injury Team. At the meeting the representative group explained the expected consequences for the European promotional products industry.

The Trade Injury Team will now consider the arguments, and report their findings for comment. If any changes are recommended, this will take place at a meeting of European Council in May.

Date added: 12 Feb 2013 SLD delivers RC Cars

Suzanne Lynch Design has delivered branded remote control (r/c) cars to a client in London and New York. The mini rc cars are presented in transparent 'cans' and will be used for a variety of client events.

Date added: 26 Jan 2013 94% remember promotional items

According to research conducted on behalf of the British Promotional Merchandise Association, 94 per cent of us remember the advertiser who gave us a promotional item or the product advertised after we have had it for six months and nearly two-fifths (39 per cent) of us are more likely to use a business that has given us a promotional product when the need for the advertised product or service arises, rather than a similar business that has not given us anything. Two thirds of us like to hang on to such gifts for more than six months and 44 per cent keep them for over one year. More than half of respondents (54 per cent) said they would go and get a promotional product that was being handed out, provided it was useful to them. ‘Likability’ is also important in this decision.

Nearly half (46 per cent) of people questioned said that they like receiving free products that have an advertising message, and half (50 per cent) would like to receive such items more often. 98 per cent think that promotional products are not a waste of money. 

Date added: 12 Jan 2013 Bespoke shoe shine kits

Suzanne Lynch Design has supplied bespoke shoe shine kits to a financial services firm based in Stockholm. They will be distributed to clients globally.

Date added: 09 Jan 2013 Pencils for training company

Suzanne Lynch Design send eco friendly recycled pencils to training firm in Scotland and Ireland.

Date added: 05 Dec 2012 Jelly Beans

Suzanne Lynch Design supplies Jelly Beans to a legal firm in London.

Date added: 09 Nov 2012 Suzanne Lynch Design at IIBN London

Suzanne Lynch Design takes a stand at the Irish International Business Network in London. The event was the  2nd Global Annual Conference ‘Business Beyond Borders’ on November 9th. Its aim was to offer a bigger and better Conference than the inaugural event in Dublin in 2011 and based on the numbers in attendance (over 260 attendees) and the feedback received achieved this.

The event was preceeded by a fantastic evening reception very kindly hosted by the Irish Ambassador Bobby McDonagh on Thursday Novebmer 8th at the Irish Embassy.

http://www.iibn.com/archives/1503/dsc_0072-copy

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