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Jessica Rose Goldner
4WARD Financial Marketing
Virginia Beach, VA

Presentation Folder Printing

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Show off your services and products with presentation folders

Presentation folders allow you to showcase your business. Isn't your product or service worth it?

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Presentation Folder Printing

With branded presentation folders, you can really say a lot before you say anything at all. Custom printed presentation folders have many marketing uses, including new product launches, business proposals, welcome packages, orientation kits, trade show materials, customer service agreements, and much more!

PFL has versatile design options that are available to meet your marketing needs. We can print a standard size 9" x 12" folder or just about any custom size, thanks to our exact die cutting. Your folders can be printed on the outside with the inside either left blank or printed. Pocket folders have pockets on one or both sides to hold and organize your other printed marketing materials. The pockets can have slits to hold business cards or a mini-CD or DVD on one or both pockets. Aqueous coating is included, but special PMS or metallic inks with a dull or gloss spot varnish and UV coating can make your folder really stand out.

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Presentation Folder Features

  • Premium 9" x 12" folders printed on 120# Gloss Cover stock 14pt
  • Full color on front or both sides, or black on back
  • Your choice of pockets with or without horizontal or vertical business card slits
  • FREE gloss aqueous applied to the printed sides for extra shine and durability
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Presentation Folder Design

Presentation folders offer you a great opportunity to demonstrate your creativity. With PFL's design team to help, you can be sure that your custom presentation design will be perfectly executed, every time!

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Presentation Folder Design: 4 ways to make your company shine

Creating marketing materials can be a challenging task for any business. From business cards to letterhead, postcards, brochures and catalogs, the amount of different products businesses use to promote and sell their products and services can be overwhelming.
One product that many businesses use but may not take full advantage of is the presentation folder. A well-designed presentation folder says a lot about your company, its style, level of professionalism and can set the tone of a meeting or new product launch. A poorly designed folder, with dark or muddy images on subpar paper doesn't portray the level of service you and your company is capable of.
A well designed presentation folder introduces your company to a prospective customer properly, and is a key tool that you can use to leave a lasting impression with that customer. Presentation folders are a great vehicle for your brochures and product sheets, and if the "outer wrapping" doesn't inspire much confidence or interest, why would your customers want to open it?
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Let's look at four key points to keep in mind when you are designing your presentation folder or pocket folder to get the most "wow factor" possible, and give your competition a run for their money.
  1. Choose your target and overall style first. Once you know who you are going after (new customers, prospects, existing customers, etc.) then focus on the look and feel of the folder. Depending upon your company and the end use of the folder, you may want a look that is casual, professional or very minimal, with few colors or details. Do not try to be all things with this one piece of your marketing collateral.
  2. Use fonts, colors and information wisely, if not sparingly. More than two or three font styles can be distracting from the point you are trying to drive home.
    The same goes for color-often just a few key colors (or even black and white) create a powerful visual design for your presentation folder. Keep the information simple and straightforward, putting the most emphasis on your most key points: new products, services, sales, store opening, etc. Don't clutter up the folder with tons of information; use what is inside the folder to inform and educate them with your sell sheets and brochures.
  3. Paper is an important consideration. Glossy, matte or uncoated stocks give the recipient a different feel, and the look of your logo or message can many times be enhanced by the correct paper choice. Conversely, the "wrong" paper can dull images or take away from that snappy logo you have, so do your homework. Talk with your printer, request samples and see what matches up best with the look you are going for.
  4. Proofread everything! A well designed presentation folder, on the right paper, with the right message and eye-catching photos will fall short of doing its job if there is a glaring typo in it. A small error or misspelling, while seemingly small, can have a big end effect, one that will erode your prospect's confidence in you and your company. Why would they spend their money with you when you can't even spell? Seems harsh, but it is true. Have several people look it over before you send it off to the printer, then look at it again.
In the end, the key is to think of your presentation folder as a billboard for you and your company. It can start the conversation with your customer, and is something that will stay with them, continuing to build your brand after you leave. Don't take the design lightly-look for ways to make your presentation folder stand out and deliver your message and you will be that much closer to another sale or customer.
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Custom Presentation Folder Printing

Think of how much more impressed clients will be upon seeing your shiny new branded folders, embossed with your name. Your presentation will have that much more weight to it. Custom folders can also be sent in an oversized envelope as part of a direct mailing campaign. With a beautifully sharp design on the front, customers can open the folder and see your custom designed newsletter, menu, flyer, or DVD. You can even bind printed pages into the folder for a mini-catalog. The applications are endless!

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Customer Folder Reviews

"The folders are SPECTACULAR!!!!!!!!! Unreal how good they turned out. The team is fired up about using them. We will soon have the need for some "inserts" for those folders, and I'd love to have them printed on a stock that is similar in weight to the file folders that we ordered. Having a fresh cup of coffee in my favorite, "Printing for Less" coffee mug! Thanks for the magic dust you sprinkled on our order. It worked!"
Brian Small, Pegasus Logistics Group
Coppell, TX
"I just received word from my client, they think the presentation folders are beautiful. Having a high maintenance client can be daunting, but you the RED Team are clear, organized, and not only helpful but a sheer pleasure to do business with. I continue to have the utmost confidence in you, your company, and all you produce for us, a too rare occurrence in today's world."
Deborah Trella, Trella Mendl Design Group Inc.
New York, NY
"I am a very small business, just starting out, and I'd be quickly going out if it weren't for your amazing staff and support. I have made countless errors in the very important world of the "proof approval process." Whether color problems, font issues, you name it - if it's a mistake, I've made it. And without fail and, more importantly, with kindness and consideration, your team has bailed me out of many costly errors. I cannot thank you enough for your professional kindness and supportive spirit. So help me god, if I ever make it big, you're going with me! Thanks for taking care of the little guys- or princesses- in this world."
Anne Whitwood, The Paper Princess
Caldwell, ID
"Monday I was freaking out! Today, Friday, the day before I leave for the biggest convention of the year, I'm calm and happy. Your team pulled off a rush job for me and I couldn't be more pleased with the results. From the moment I visited your pleasant, helpful and easy to use web site through the harried phone calls the evening I placed my order, every contact was professional, reassuring and enjoyable. Good price, great service and a top notch printing job in less than a week. Well done! I can't wait to tell people about this great printing company I found!"
Peter May, Digital Media Net
Milwaukee, WI

5 Ways to Make Your Folder a Success

  • Cover Images: presentation folders are an opportunity to showcase your quality, and your investment in your customers - avoid generic graphics, and choose an image that truly exemplifies your brand
  • Size: standard folders come in 9" x 12", but think ahead about what you want inside - some presentation materials might require a custom size
  • Layout: Make sure your custom images and graphics appear just where you want them - use PFL folder layout guides to cover your bases for any pre-press program you use
  • Paper Stock: glossy paper has an elegant and impressive feel, but it's not ideal for writing on - consider a matte finish if you intend to print lines for note taking
  • Adaptability: while presentation material inside may change, your folders don't have to - keep your designs generic enough to adapt, and save money on future printing costs