Brochures & Newsletters

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Brochures & Newsletters

It is often said that good design is in the attention to detail. Boudicca Marketing certainly considers this true when it comes to brochure design. Ensuring the right balance of written copy versus images, simple navigation and indexing, eye-catching design and captivating text ensures that the brochures and corporate literature Boudicca creates for your business hold the interest of its intended readers. Boudicca Marketing often brings together the skills of its entire team in ensuring that its client brochures contain all these necessary elements. Then we print it, distribute it and follow it up for you, if you so wish. Some examples of the brochures we have created for clients can be seen in our portfolio.

(((these could all be loaded into our account with ISSUU which houses the ENN Arts & Culture guide, if you can incorporate this is the site? (it should just be a matter of dropping some code in place) It looks good I think. same for newsletters perhaps. (Holt Rugby Club, Arts & Culture Guide, food festival, Real North Norfolk, Butterfly barns prospectus, Hestia)

Despite the increasingly popular use of e-mail for distributing newsletters, Boudicca Marketing continues to design, write and print many monthly and quarterly newsletters for both local authorities and businesses. Newsletters are an ideal way to summarize the news and events of any business and directly inform your customer base, prospective clients, staff or community about your company’s news. Whether your newsletter is printed or e-mailed, the quality and relevance of the written content is paramount to getting your message across. Boudicca’s PR experts help to identify newsworthy content, write and collate news stories, before working with Boudicca’s design team to deliver appealing publications for both internal and external circulation. See some examples here.

(Sheringham Shoal, Fakenham Racecourse, Outlook, Pathfinder, Business Local, Greshams, St Andrews, Kinnerton)

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