Can Apps and Social Media Work for your Business?

Get Social with Kendall Press

Get Social with Kendall Press

Running a successful business today means putting social media to work for your company. Regardless of industry, a strong social media presence allows you to maximize your reach, while at the same time generate sales from other sources aside from local consumers. Whether you are launching a startup or looking to expand a current business, utilizing social media and various applications that are beneficial to teams and industry leaders is a way to stay one step ahead of the competition while reaching a much wider audience.

Branding Your Company’s Social Media Presence

Before setting up social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram, it’s important to consider the audience you want to reach regarding demographics and age groups. How do you want to present your company? What voice do you want to implement when showcasing products or services? Are you planning to share graphics, videos, or humorous updates to potential customers? Carefully consider the voice, tone, and style you want to use to represent your brand based on the audience you plan on reaching (with paid or organically grown content).

Social Media Tips for Business

When creating social media pages for your business, using the same handle and username for all options is highly advisable. Steer clear of confusing names or characters that may leave users lost or unsure of your page’s authenticity. Consider the flow of your posts and the type of content you produce to streamline your pages and keep users coming back for more. Share real stories and content from relevant industry professionals, helping to build brand loyalty and authority. Consistent updating is the key to maintaining relevancy while also keeping potential customers engaged in hearing what you have to say.


Slack is known throughout both the startup world as well as large-scale companies to help teams and employees better communicate with one another. As a free app download available for both Android and iOS phones, Slack allows individuals within a company to create selective “channels” for marketing, general chat, social media, and any other customized channel that is fitting for your business. Sending messages to an entire team simultaneously allows employees to work more efficiently while also staying on topic with unlimited channels available. Sending images, graphics, and documents is also a possibility with Slack, making it extremely useful when completing everything from print projects, marketing material outlines, to setting goals for an upcoming week or month.

Houseparty App

One application that is growing fast within business markets is an app that was originally designed for college students and a younger demographic altogether. The Houseparty App is free and available on Android and iOS phones, allowing users to create private or public “rooms” to video chat with one another “on the fly.” Although Skype is an alternative, along with GoToMeeting, Houseparty is entirely free and allows up to 8 users in one room simultaneously. Chatting with team members or employees who work remotely will help everyone to catch up on projects and plans quickly regardless of location.


Evernote is a classic app that is useful for saving documents, photos, and even print materials you want to share with your entire team or specific employees with ease. The free version of Evernote allows users to upload 60 megabytes of data each month, with premium versions available for large-scale companies. Using Evernote is a quick and easy method of showcasing updates, saving and pinning websites to share, and collectively engaging in one another’s finds online (without pesky bookmarks and browsing).

Take time to consider your company’s needs regarding finance, communication, and time management to assess which type of apps work best for your teams. Find the voice and branding of your business to appeal to potential consumers without sounding robotic or “too corporate,” while still resonating with those who are interested in your products or services. The more you truly understand the needs of your consumers, the easier it becomes to relate to them, helping to boost sales, loyalty, and interest in any industry.

The Kendall Press team would love to hear how you use Social Media and Apps to grow your business and which apps that you find most useful!   Visit out website and connect with us on LinkedIn, Instagram, or Facebook.  We look forward to hearing from you soon!

5 Ways to Drive Trade Show Traffic

All About Trade Shows: Attraction

In this series we talked a lot about specific products and services to help maximize your effectiveness at trade shows. The topics helped you better attract people and maximize the efficiency of the time you have with potential customers so you can generate leads. In this article we’re going to take a step back and talk about one general topic, attracting people to you. We will discuss not just products and services that will boost your visibility, but also what you can before the trade show in terms of both preparation and design so that people actively come to you, or want to come to you when passing by.


Presentation is a topic we brushed on multiple times when talking about products you need to have. To recap, you need to look professional and there are certain minimums you need to look professional enough to attract passersby  who don’t know you. The basics that you need are listed in our Trade Show Starter Pack, from promotional products to banner stands, but we want to expand more on design. One extremely common design flaw is not making what your company does obvious. Very few people will take the time to enquire about your business without being able to at least get somewhat of a grasp beforehand. Not to mention the business you might miss out on from people who might actually be interested in what you have to offer but end up obliviously walking by.

If you have more room to work with, there are two things you might want to consider. Having a place where people can sit or stand to talk face to face with someone about something specific can be greatly beneficial in both generating and converting leads. This area can look more professional and welcoming with a small curved hop up. If you have even more room to work with, consider having a seating area just outside or inside your reception. This is a simply and extremely successful tactic for engaging potential customers as people always tend to look for a place to rest at trade shows. If that place just happens to be filled with some items that reflect your company, all the better!

Raffles, Giveaways and Mini-Games

Never underestimate the power of simplicity. We have talked about using social media giveaways and other ways to engage people previously. Raffles are somewhat unique in their simplicity. Of course you can make entering and qualifying as complex as you want, but at the end of the day, the easier it is to participate in something, the more likely people will participate in it. The most successful raffle we’ve seen was in a fair where a company had a raffle for a $100 American Express giftcard. You just had to sign up with your name and e-mail at the booth and your name would be entered, near the end fair a winner would be picked and they would be given the prize there and then. They were easily the most popular booth at the venue! Of course if you wanted to make sure that they aren’t giving you fake e-mails or if you wanted to narrow down the winners to leads that have a higher chance of being converted into customers there are a number of different options. For example, you can make the winners be announced later and require them to interact with at least 1 of 3 e-mails targeted towards the leads generated at the tradeshow.

Another example is having a venue mini-game or puzzle. This could be as simple as a fill in the blank puzzle with clues located at different booths. We have seen hosts create this type of game and ask the participating booths to sign up but this is something you can do yourself. You don’t have to be limited to the hosts of the fair! If you know a few people participating in the fair, collaborate with them to generate prizes and you will end up significantly increasing your traffic at minimal cost! There are two major points to consider when choosing who to work with in such mini-games,

  1. Are the leads you are going to be generating from your partners similar to your target audience?
  2. Is there a risk with the chosen partner? (i.e. are they competitors?)


Food is a sure-fire way to attract people. Using food to drive traffic towards you is seen less often in the US but it is an extremely popular technique in other regions! We’re not saying dish out a full buffet at your booth, but if you’re a catering company, bring in a few samples. Your company does not even have to relate to food to use this technique, for example if you are a company that’s originally from Switzerland, have a plate with some swiss chocolate bites. This will not cost much and is a tested method of driving traffic towards you.

Floor Decal

Kendall Press Floor Graphics

This method might not work all the time since you are limited by the venue and their restrictions, however it’s always worth it to ask if you can use floor decals around the venue. This method is extremely low maintenance as all you have to do is set it up and let it work for you!

Before the Trade Show

This is an aspect that is often overlooked. There is more that you can do to prepare for your next showing than just having the proper equipment. Reach out to your customers and let them know that you’re going to be having a booth. It’s important to use all your channels together. Beyond just preparing your booth and making sure nothing is overlooked, create trade show specific offers. Make sure to use your channels to reach out to your customers to let them know about the offers and discounts that they can receive if they come to your booth. In addition, make sure that the design of your booth has space to promote any trade show specific offers!


This article is part of a series designed to help companies prepare for trade shows called All About Trade Shows. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave one below. In addition, Kendall Press offers many services beyond just print material to help you prepare for trade shows and similar events. If you would like to learn more about how we can work together to ensure the best presence for your company, please contact us by clicking on the button below!


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All About Trade Shows: Table Covers

The easiest way to understand the importance of table covers, is to see a booth or table where the hosts aren’t using table covers. When going to a trade show,  people do judge a book by its cover. If the booth or table that your company is holding  does not look appealing, then you would do well not to expect a lot of people to be interested in what you have to offer. When talking about table covers, that is the absolute minimum that your company should have.

Table Cloth

Halloween Themed Table Cloth Example

Depending on the the event host/venue, you might be provided with a naked table to start your booth. You can accessorize your booth or location as much as you want (within the limits of the venue) depending on a few factors. An example of this is the co-op fairs that Northeastern University holds for companies to meet their students. A simple table with a wooden top is provided to each company, however the quality of the appearance from each company varies significantly. Similarly, the appeal between different companies also varies significantly. Yes, some companies have a higher budget for such events. Yes, some companies will attract more people simply because of their reputation. However, there are people who are deterred from companies they might have been previously interested in, due to their poor showing. On the other hand, people are also more inclined to check out other booths they were uninterested, simply because of their alluring set up.

Table Cloth

A Simpler Table Cloth Design Example

Back to the topic at hand, table covers make sure that regardless of the condition that your table is in, it will still look presentable. There are however, many types of table covers you can choose from. First of all, most table covers are made up of polyester fabric, less common materials are cotton and vinyl. The polyester fabric is machine washable and flame retardant. Depending on the allowed set up and event size, some people opt for a simple, blank (plain) cover to throw on the table that might just be colored to match your company’s color scheme or similarly, a plain cover with a runner along the center of the table’s top, front and back. A common design for table covers is one that lays on the top of the table and covers three sides (front and 2 sides). Table covers that are three sided are referred to as economy, as they are cheaper than ones that cover all sides and are referred to as full. The most common lengths for table covers are 6ft and 8ft, although 4ft table covers are not too uncommon. Some common types of table covers are:

  • Fitted (8, 6 & 4 ft.)
  • Convertible
    • This cover can be used for both 6 and 8ft tables
  • Stretch (8, 6 & 4 ft.)
  • Round (more commonly 30″ and 42″)

There are many ways to design and use these table covers in trade shows, fairs, business conventions, conferences etc. For example, in an event that does not have a lot of space available, you might want to have your table cover include your company logo and motto and have just that for your presence (excluding any print materialpromotional products, etc. on the table). In a location where you are more free in terms of space, you might choose a table cover that aims to compliment your overall station design.


This article is part of a series designed to help companies prepare for trade shows called All About Trade Shows. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to leave one below. In addition, Kendall Press offers many services beyond just print material to help you prepare for trade shows and similar events. If you would like to learn more about how we can work together to ensure the best presence for your company, please contact us by clicking on the button below!


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4 Easy Steps to Increase Your Productivity

Increase Productivity

Increase Productivity

“The way we measure productivity is flawed. People checking their BlackBerry over dinner is not the measure of productivity.” – Timothy Ferriss

What better time to think about time management and increasing your productivity than on the eve of Day Light Savings Time.  Just thinking about losing an hour this weekend already has me scrambling to think of how I am going to accomplish everything I want to do.  At the end of each day, do you take stock of what you’ve done and feel as though you were constantly busy, but you can’t for the life of you figure out how your time was spent? As days turn into week and weeks into months…we often feel exhausted, but with no real accomplishments to show for our efforts.

The problem is, most people see time as an infinite resource. They approach life like they’re driving down the street and miss a Starbucks, but happy in their knowledge that there’s another one a mile down the road. Likewise, we alway think “tomorrow is another day” and promise ourselves we’ll keep track of our time and use it wisely then. This mindset is the best way to never accomplish what you want ikn life.

When we think of money, though, our mindset is a bit different. Our society encourages us to work hard when you’re young and invest your money so that when you retire and no longer make money, you’ll have that nest egg to spend. If you invest in your time, though, really spectacular things can happen.

Understand your productivity cycles.

Ernest Hemingway wrote in the morning because that was his most creative time of the day. Former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, on the other hand, reportedly didn’t get out of bed before 11:00 am, preferring to work late into the night. Having a solid understanding and respect for when you are at your most productive will enable you to reserve your most important work for when you’re at your mental best.

Make a list of the most important things you want to accomplish.

Making a list of the things you need to accomplish can help us overcome what’s called the Zeigarnik Effect. No, it’s not a mosquito-borne virus. You’ve experienced the Zeigarnik Effect on those nights you can’t sleep because you’re endlessly trying to remember everything you need to do and keep it organized in your mind. This happens during the day as well, when you’re trying to concentrate on the task at hand, but your mind is still whirring in the background keeping your list organized. Give your brain a break and write it all down. Take a few minutes to prioritize those items for better efficiency.

Do the most important things first each day.

By doing the most important things first, you can always be assured that something important is done each day. Night owls, fret not, you can still save the most brain-intensive or creativity-intensive items for those 2:00 am writing sessions, just make sure that if something absolutely needs to be done in the morning, it gets done.

Don’t discount small blocks of time.

As a society, we’ve taken to killing time on our phones during those periods of time when standing in line, or commuting on a bus or train. Time is too valuable to kill! Instead of checking Facebook while waiting for your coffee, identify things on your list that take up small amounts of time and get those done while you’re waiting instead.

Finally, schedule in some down time for yourself. Nothing kills productivity more than a burned-out mind. Take a look at how you’re spending your time and see how you can better spend it using these easy tips.  Kendall Press would love to help with your To-Do list so that you can have some down time.  Give us a call for your next project.

Kendall Press prints for many local communities, including Belmont, MA.

Belmont Library promotes their music series.
Friends of Belmont Public Library promote their music series.

Kendall Press has been serving local businesses since 1986, including Belmont, MA.  We recently completed a job for the Friends of the Belmont Public Library for their upcoming Celo Corvus music series. We have been working with the wonderful people there for many years, and I must say, it is refreshing to see a library this active. The library has also embraced the digital age by offering wireless internet and access to computers to browse the internet free of charge. It even has Kindles available for checkout demonstrating that print and digital can go hand in hand!

When you think of a library, most of us picture the image of the librarian who is reminding everyone to be quiet.  At this library, the Friends of the Belmont Public Library sponsors many different activities including the author series where local authors discuss their work. They also sponsor a music series where one Saturday afternoon in each month from January to April, talented musicians present an hour of music. Also on their agenda is the One Book One Belmont program where they choose one book and the library and eleven co-sponsoring community groups invite town residents to read the book and participate in book discussions. As you can see, they stay very active.

How do they get the word out about their events and make sure they are successful? One way is by having Kendall Press print wide format posters, both laminated and un-laminated depending on where they are being placed.  We also print color and black and white flyers that they post and pass out in the community to help spread the word. We find it exciting helping them to promote all of their events and to see who the next author or musician will be!

Belmont Public Library also coordinates year-round events and programs for adults, teens, and children. Visit their website to see all the fun activities that they have planned – Upcoming Library Events.  Kendall Press services the local communities of Cambridge, Boston, Allston, Arlington, Belmont, Brighton, Brookline, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Needham, Newton, Roxbury, Somerville, Waltham, Watertown and Woburn. We also work with many international companies and ship globally!  If you need help promoting your next event, visit our website where you can request a quote or give us a call.  We would love to help!

Window Clings (aka Static Clings)

Window Clints

Decorate with Window Clings

Kendall Press has been receiving numerous requests recently to print window clings so I thought that would be a good subject to write about. I would like to use this blog to go over a few important details about window clings and how you can use them to promote your business.

What is a Window Cling?

A window cling is clear or white flexible vinyl that can adhere to glass-like surfaces of windows or mirrors. Like their name suggests, they have no adhesive so they adhere to the surface with static, leaving no adhesive residue behind when removed. They are sometimes referred to as static clings.  They can be positioned on the front or the backside of a window, but if you plan on using it externally, then the static type would not be right for this use. They are meant for short term use as they tend to hold their charge for around 6 months. The benefit of using this type of window cling is that they are easily removed and can be repositioned often.

If you are looking to have the window cling up for a longer period of time, then you would request a window cling with a low tack adhesive.  This adhesive can be added to either side, allowing for the vinyl to adhere to either the front or back side of the window.  The low tack window cling material can also be removed and repositioned, but it needs to be done with caution. These window clings are available both in the clear and white vinyl materials as well. Although the low-tack window clings have an adhesive on it, they will not leave a residue when removed.

Both types of window clings are durable and offer a great way to promote your branding.

Shapes and Colors of Window Clings

Window clings are printed in full color so they can easily catch the eye of someone passing by. If you should choose clear vinyl for the cling, then we would first put down a layer of white ink below the image so that the image becomes opaque and no show through appears. Window clings are available in a wide range of sizes and can be cut into squares, circles, ovals or any custom shape that you have, making them unique to your product or business.

Promoting your Business with Window Clings

Window clings are an inexpensive way to get the word out about a special product release or promotion that you are running. The food and beverage industries also use them to pass out to their customers to help promote their products in the retail stores where they are sold. Larger window clings can be used for temporary signage or help to make the office festive around the Holidays. Have you used window clings in the past? Let us know what creative uses you have found for them.

Spread Some Kindness (or chocolates) in the Workplace!

Kindness in the Workplace

Love what you print at Kendall Press!

Hello February – it’s that time of year when, everywhere you look, there are red hearts popping up, reminding you that love is in the air. You show your family and loved ones that you care, why not let Valentine’s Day be a time when you take the time to show your co-workers that you respect them? You spend 40 hours a week at the office, often times in close quarters or meeting rooms, take the time to spread some kindness in the workplace and let your coworkers know that you appreciate them.

Show appreciation with kindness

Be kind to each other. You don’t need to spend money to make someone’s day. In today’s busy world, we often times are so wrapped up on our own tasks that we forget to stop and see what is around us. Try welcoming the new member to the team. Get to know them over a cup of coffee. Greet your fellow coworkers with a smile and offer encouragement when they need it. One of the things most of us were taught when we were growing up was to say thank you.  Remember to say thank you for a job well done. Showing kindness doesn’t take much time, it is free and it will help you all to work together more effectively.

Recognize your coworkers strengths

Recognize your coworkers for their strengths and don’t criticize them for their weaknesses. You are all on the same team and are working toward the same goals. Compliment the things that your coworkers do well. Help to brainstorm problems and come up with solutions for the problems that may arise. If you get along and work as a team, everything will go a little smoother.

Respect your coworker’s personal space

Something as simple as respecting your coworker’s space goes a long way to creating harmony in the workplace. With desks within arm’s reach of each other, it is important to realize that what you are doing may be disturbing to your coworkers. Don’t forget to keep kitchens and other common areas neat and clean. Your coworkers will appreciate not having to use a microwave that you left half your lunch in!

Kendall Press is practicing kindness this Valentine season by passing out treats to show our customers how much we appreciate them! If you haven’t received your chocolates and you need a pick me up, stop by Kendall Press, we have one waiting for you!

4 Ways to Beat the Workplace Blahs

Don't let the Workplace Blahs Get you down!

Don’t let the winter weather cause Workplace Blahs!

The excitement of the Holidays is long over and the weather is looking more gloomy than usual, it is no wonder that a feeling of negativity can creep into the workplace in January and February. The commutes in the icy weather can take longer and just the fact that you have to put so many layers on to keep warm can dampen the spirits. The work pace has not picked up yet, and employees are dreaming about their vacations that seem so far away.  If we can trust Punxsutawney Phil who predicted an early Spring this year, the weather should be changing shortly.  If winter decides to hang around, relax, there are things that you can do so that the negativity does not impact your productivity and drag you down.

Positive Feedback can help beat the Workplace Blahs

Lead by example. Everyone loves a compliment. Compliment your coworkers when you see they do something well. You might be surprised how well this is received and find that they may also start giving compliments as well. By encouraging the positive, it increases self-esteem. By promoting compassion and gratitude with a few kind words, it will go a long way to improve not only your morale, but the morale of the office.

Motivate by Example

Try and look at the positive in each job. Take on that new task; you will be surprised how fast the day will go by. Look at challenges as opportunities to grow and be sure to treat yourself when you finish an important task. Get that special cup of coffee you have been thinking about, you deserve it!

Change up the scenery

Why not surround yourself with the things that make you happy. You are going to spend 8 hours of your day at the office; you might as well make your surroundings comfortable. Bring in that photo that you love, the coffee mug that makes you smile, a plant to add life to your desk. Having things that you enjoy around you will increase your creativity and bring you a feeling of comfort.

Take a break and get up and move

Just getting away from a project for a few minutes will often times help to alleviate the stress you are feeling by a looming deadline.  Spend a few minutes talking with a positive coworker or just get outside and go for a short walk.  Then go back and tackle that task!

Remember, you can’t change others, but you can change yourself. Making little changes to your day can help the days pass by quickly. Before you know it, Spring will be here, the flowers and trees will be blooming and the sun will shine again and the workplace blahs will disappear again until next winter! If you need to hear a friendly voice, give Kendall Press a call. You will brighten our day and we will do our best to brighten yours!

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Kendall Press Direct Mail Postcards

Kendall Press Direct Mail Postcards

Why not try direct mail postcards?

Direct mail postcards are an easy way to showcase your product or services.  They can be designed in a variety of sizes to ensure that they get noticed in the mail.  You can control the timing of when you want them to reach your customers.  If you don’t have a mailing list, we can help with that.  Just tell us what type of customers you are trying to target, business, residential or both.  The geographic area that you would like to target, the demographics of the people, including possibly age, male or female, income level, etc.  The more that you narrow down your target market, the better results you will see.

Get Measured Results.

Be sure to include a clear call to action on your printed piece. Tell your audience exactly what you would like them to do. Should they give you a call, send you an email, register for your seminar or download a free whitepaper? By including a direct call to action, you will improve your response rate.

You can measure the results from your postcard campaign by setting up a special tracking phone number that will ring to your main number or by creating a unique domain name or Personalized URL (PURLs) for each mailing.  If you offer a discount, you can put a special code on the postcard that the recipient can use when they order online or have them bring the postcard in when they come to place an order.

Social media and web marketing are right for some markets, but the time tested practices of direct mail still generate substantial results. From creative concepts and eye-catching designs, to expert production, mailing list curation, and efficient, effective distribution, Kendall Press can manage your direct mail project every step of the way. Whatever the goal, we’ll help you get the word out and succeed.  If you would like to give direct mail a try, visit our website or give us a call and we will work with you to create a winning direct mail campaign.

5 Ways to Provide Exceptional Customer Service to your Customers

Exceptional Customer Service

Exceptional Customer Service

Extra Effort.

Exceptional Customer Service means going out of your way to help your customers and exceed their expectations. We all have busy days when you just want to get your work done and call it a day, but if you are a customer service representative, you must realize why you were hired for the job and what it means to the business. A successful business must demonstrate excellent customer service. If you are dealing with customers in person, you must start by greeting them with a genuine welcome. Create a positive first impression. There are a lot of online businesses that could have their business, but they took the time to come in to your business, so give them the time and attention they deserve. If your first line of communication is email, make sure to respond promptly. If the information they are looking for is not readily available, reply with a timeline when it will be available and make sure to follow-through with your promises.

Understanding Your Customer’s Needs.

Being able to understand your customer’s needs is essential to exceptional customer service. Look them in the eyes and listen to what they are saying. Be sensitive to the needs and desires of the individual you are working with. Ask questions, take as many notes as necessary to get the details right. In the printing business, we understand that it is all about getting the details right. From the weight, color and finish of the paper, to the ink colors and finishing details, all these details together make for a successful project and happy customer.

Knowledge of your products.

Knowing the products you are selling is essential to good customer service. Answering your customer’s product questions and concerns easily helps to build confidence and trust in your ability to get the job done correctly. Having samples to demonstrate that you know what they are looking for is also helpful. It is important to remember that customers come to you because you are the expert. They rely on you to give them the features and benefits of your products and to help them make their project successful. You should also be prepared to offer suggestions to make the project more economical or distinctive. This is the expertise that adds value.

Exceed your customer’s expectations.

A lot of businesses are content at being average, but if you put forth a little extra effort, it will be easy to stand above the crowd. In order to exceed your customer’s expectations, you must first try to understand what is important to them. For example, if you get a sense that timing is important to them, promise a deadline that you know you can keep, but make a note to see what can be done to improve the delivery. Getting the job done correctly, ahead of schedule will be a big plus in exceeding expectations. Everyone is busy these days doing multiple jobs, by offering to deliver the product once it is complete or ship it for them, it frees them up to do what they need to do. These extra steps let the customer know that you have not forgotten about them once they placed the order, but you are with them through completion of the project. When you go out of your way to take care of your customers, it will create positive word of mouth and more sales.

Ensure satisfaction.

As much as we don’t like it, there will always be a day when you have to deal with an unhappy customer. You must take their complaint very seriously and show them that you are sincere about correcting the problem. Remember that the customer is always right – even when it appears that they may be wrong. A silent complainer is more damaging to your business than the customer who brings their problem to your attention giving you the opportunity to make it right. When you show concern about what matters to your customer and stand behind your products that promotes customer loyalty and repeat business.

Exceptional customer service generates positive word of mouth and helps to create a positive perception of your business. This all takes time and money, but it is worth the effort to keep customers coming back.  Exceptional Customer Service also means educating your staff to be equally as concerned about your customers as well. Customer satisfaction is an effective way to maintain customer retention, which is a far better way to increase sales than constantly reaching out to new customers.

Give Kendall Press a call or stop by to see us in person, we would love to make your day!