Everything is better with color.
The world around us is filled with vibrant colors, and as human beings we are preconditioned to react favorably to this pantheon of visual stimulation. We are so ingrained to emotionally respond in a certain way, to certain colors that we ourselves have written several posts on the subject. Why then would you settle for monochrome promotional products?
We’ve taken all of our popular full color promotional products and put them into one digital catalog for you. Find the products that are right for you and then WOW your prospects, clients, and employees. For your convenience you can download a PDF, print, or share our catalog on your favorite social network. Don’t forget to sign up for our email list in the sidebar while you’re at it to learn about our seasonal promotions.
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Made in USA promotional products are a great way for your company to not only promote your brand, but to show your commitment to helping create jobs for hard working Americans. As a Veteran owned business we at Stigmare are proud to introduce our brand new 2014 Made in the USA promotional product catalog. You can view the entire catalog below, save it as a PDF, and even share it via your favorite social media outlet.
When you’re ready to place your order simply send us your AI or EPS vector artwork with the email button below with the products you’re interested in and we’ll follow up with a quote for you right away. Be sure to sign up for our email list with the Mailchimp form in the sidebar to stay up to day on current specials too.
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December 2013 was a great month from a media coverage standpoint. For their January / February 2014 edition Sportswear International Magazine reached out to our own Steven Paul Matsumoto to learn more about his efforts to support independent fashion designers in the region. See the full article on page 88 by clicking on the image.
A media, or press kit is often a media outlet’s first impression of your organization. It’s an information packet about your business or product. Think of it as your company’s resume. These kits are given to reporters for information on a story, potential investors, buyers or anyone who wants an in-depth look at your company.
As a Seattle based product development company we always like it when we find great suppliers locally. We’ve recently developed great working relationships with three distinctive ASI® suppliers in Washington State. Here’s a little bit about each of them, and we’re ready to help you with your private label program to support these local firms.
Project Bionic is a comprehensive Social Media Marketing Agency. Currently located in the effervescent Fremont neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, the company employs a small but rabid team of account executives, creative writers, branding specialists, analytics experts, raconteurs, scalawags and amateur rodeo clowns. (more…)
Just before Christmas our Founder & CEO Steven Paul Matsumoto had the honor of being interviewed by TACK Magazine NYC. In the piece Steven talks about his legacy project Seattle Fashion Incubator, and his goal of Building a Garment District in Seattle™. As part of the piece Steven also include Seattle Fashion Incubator success story, and rising international social conscious casual wear brand Bydfault.
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PPC Management Made Simple
Stigmare Couture Marketing is proud to partner with a leader in the digital marketing space, Portent, Inc. Proper PPC (Pay-Per-Click) management is a time consuming task that many small business owners try to tackle themselves. Well now you don’t have to!
What’s the business case for custom woven neck ties?
Custom woven ties and pocket squares are a unique way for both your customers and your employees to promote your brand. Whether as part of an employee uniform, or as an item in a company store or gift shop they elevate the impression of your brand. The most effective use of these items we’ve seen has been Chase bank.
The importance of understanding color theory in regard to cultural and theological perceptions cannot be overstated in our 24/7/365 global economy. Color theory has always been an essential component of brand development and visual communication strategy. Color is a quick way to evoke a prescribed emotional reaction to your messaging, but in a multicultural environment is it the one you intended?