Keep your customers in the know
Newsletters are one of the simplest and most effective business communication products – your direct route to reaching your customers and suppliers in an interesting, timely and accessible way.
Luckily, we’re experts at creating and delivering newsletters, both in print and online. We’ve got five leading-edge newsletters of our own, four successful eNewsletters, plus several other newsletters that we custom-produce for clients.
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HortWest HortWest is the official members’ newsletter of the British Columbia Landscape and Nursery Association (BCLNA). Published 10 times a year, this predominantly two-colour product features a full-colour cover and selected spot colour throughout.
Wellness Matters Available in a print or digital format, Wellness Matters is an easy-to-read eight-page quarterly newsletter designed to give working Canadians the information and motivation they need to improve their own health.
Canuck Place Children's Hospice In an effort to improve communication to stakeholders of the Hospice, we revised the design of Canuck Place Cares to create a bright, exciting magazine-styled newsletter that tells the stories of Canuck Place.
BC Hospice & Palliative Care Association As part of a redesign of all communication material, we were hired to redesign the Association's newsletter and produce a cost effective template for future issues.
White Spot Working with the HR department at White Spot, we created a comprehensive newsletter for staff celebrating the 75 year history of the company.
GardenWise eNewsletter GardenWise eNewsletter brings local gardeners even more practical info every month. Emailed to more than 4,000 subscribers, the GardenWise eNewsletter provides tips on what to do in the garden right now, advice on common seasonal problems, plus listings of upcoming local events.
TV Week eNewsletter This handy online companion to TV Week and TV Week Online is emailed to more than 2,600 subscribers every day. Each edition comes packed with up-to-the-minute programming updates and program highlights, plus TV Week editor Brent Furdyk’s daily picks of what to watch.