We try very hard to say "YES" but on this page you will find some "NO's"
1) Do you only work with museums?
While we have the reputation of producing work for many of the largest and some of the most specialized museums, our museum quality standards, together with understanding the need to work on tight budgets, has led us to become a resource to many other clients in a variety of industries.
2) Do we have to produce gazillions of an item?
Simple answer, NO. Production Quantities vary for each individual item. For ties and scarves a minimal production could be as small as 150 units. For Note Card packets as few as 500 units and books about 1000 units. We are also very creative when we try to match our production requirements to your needs.
3) Does it cost a fortune?
No. In fact in most cases the net result is that it can be extremely profitable to you. Having your own name and images used provides you with a totally unique item that cannot be found in any other place. You may find the cost no more than any mass produced product of a similar quality.
4) Does KHP have any idea about my business?
In many cases, we may not have specific knowledge about your particular business. That is why we work closely with you, rather than tell you what we want to sell you. We ask lots of questions at our first meeting so as to understand your goals. We then consider the options and present ideas to you, so that our company may help you achieve these goals. The fact is that marketing crosses many disciplines, it very possible that our fresh eyes to the scene will result in an innovative and successful program for you.
5) Should we hire a design or marketing consultant to work on this project even if we are going to work with KHP?
We are pleased to work with professional consultants and agencies but we feel that in some cases there is a loss of direct creative interchange.
Please note: The design and creative aspect of our service is free of charge if you proceed to contract completion on a product we make for you.
6) What is it going to cost?
It varies with each job, but as a guide, it will be about the same or less than any existing comparable product purchased from a stock source, with the great advantage of it being exclusive and unique to you.
7) Why should I bother with this, when I can use my own product as a gift or incentive?
Sorry this is a longer answer, but an important one.
Unless you produce gold ingots, the recipient of your own company's product may consider you cheap. Certainly it will not show any real thought that you spent time or effort on choosing something suitable for that person or the occasion.
The best business gift or promotional piece is one that reflects you and your company in a positive light for the longest time. We strongly recommend that the item be a subtle messenger of your company, one that reinforces your presence and company awareness even when you are not in direct contact.
We would like to remind you that items used for self, corporate or organizational promotion, should be non-sexist, non-invasive, non-offensive, non-racial and non-"cheap and tacky".
The item should be appropriate for all levels of recipient, showing you have taste and sophistication and believe that they also share these attributes.
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