Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Printing in Paris


The economic situation is not getting any better, but marketers are getting smarter. American, German, British, Canadian, Australian, Chinese and Japanese marketers on their way to Paris should stop and think before they load up a plane with 50 kilos of printed paper materials.  Why?  Because they can easily save money and time and effort by e mailing LALANDE your graphically-rich PDF and letting us do the proofing, printing and delivery of brochures, cards, flyers, catalogs and posters for you.  Need to talk or e mail for an estimate? No problem because we speak your language. Save money, save time and work smarter by working with us.  We speak your language.

5 comments:

Paris-Insider said...

You are right, the economic situation is not getting any better. It is much smarter to have documents printed at the place you plan to deliver them to save on shipping costs. It's also great that there is a place non-French speakers can rely on to complete the art in Paris and with whom they can communicate.

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Bit of a critique here: What always gets me are blurbs that in one paragraph insult and then want the very people they insult to feed them ie: $$. You are right of course, the situation is not getting any better FOR MOST. The Gordon Gecko mentality is I believe, well and truly finished. Australia's economy will shrink but due to more sound economic management the pain will be somewhat cushioned. Our banks still rate in the AAA sector and there have been no government bail-outs. The environment in these times tends to take second stage. It should not. But neither should one ASSUME that all are blithering idiots that will be running to the plane to get to one of the worlds most polluted cities. What else can I say? If you are to encourage sound thinking, be a sound thinker.

MATTHEW ROSE said...

I certainly don't think this post was an insult, but rather a bit of advice. And the very smart marketers already know how to work better and more efficiently, especially when they take their business overseas. Print locally, think globally.

Anonymous said...

Like most Americans you seem to believe the world be shaped by how you see it should be. You neither care who you insult because its always been America and 'the rest' (aka us 'not' American). For example your President recently asked my country to take the prisoners you have been holding in Gitmo. Then when we quite rightly told your Pres. to stick it where it most appropriately fits you'all decided to have a hissy fit and said "You're not coming to the inauguration and you can stay in your room without supper!". Then a hurried whispered conversation " Ahh..excuse me Mr President..these people are the only allies we have left"..oh dear. Alas and alack. So to cut a long story short, do not disparage my industry and my country. The stones (shoes?) one throws have a somewhat disasterous effect on them thar glass windows.

Vous avez à amour ceux-ci peupler qui croire Paris c'est les primordial situer à être ( pas à eux propre le compteur quoique ils espose écologique jargon? ). Se que devez ils être appelé près de tri - couleur fasciste?

James said...

The Department of Economic and Social Affairs has issued a brochure on the track record of the World Economic Situation and Prospects 2005-2009, highlighting the findings in the past few years regarding the "unsustainable pattern of global growth" that has fueled the global financial and economic crisis.