Private Label

Promoting Your Brand with Design CreativiTEA!

They say that seeing is believing – and that’s especially true when it comes to marketing your brand, promoting a product or creating gifts or mementos to celebrate a special event. Visual cues attract attention, create connections and generate memories, making great design essential for success.

TURNING OVER A NEW LEAF WITH TEA PROMOTIONAL ITEMS

Effective marketing campaigns go way beyond giving out canvas bags and pens. To be a true success, promotional giveaways must be designed to have a lasting message in mind.
Most companies design their ads and promotional materials based on a concept that will tie a product or service together with a powerful message about their company. Due to the competition in todays business world, “Branding” is more important than ever.

The Power of Giving

How a Personalized Promotional Tea Give-away can impact your business— my personal story.

Private Label Brands

Consumer’s perceptions and attitudes toward private label brands are changing significantly. In the last 7-10 years private label branded market share rose across 74 percent of products in the grocery/food and beverage categories in the United States.

Upcoming Events!

The Tea Can Company has been busy busy busy! After finishing up The Philadelphia Flower Show in mid-march we just aren’t quitting. Be sure to visit us at our upcoming shows to receive special offers and shop in person! We love meeting our customers and talking about our love of tea!

The 19th Annual Pennsylvania Herb and Garden Festival

Promoting Your Brand with Design CreativiTEA!

They say that seeing is believing – and that’s especially true when it comes to marketing your brand, promoting a product or creating gifts or mementos to celebrate a special event. Visual cues attract attention, create connections and generate memories, making great design essential for success.

Reinforcing the Customer Experience with Private Label Tea

From tempting and teasing to selling and promoting, so much of marketing is focused on customer attraction and interaction. What’s often missed is the afterglow – the opportunity to reinforce a customer’s memory of that interaction with your product, service or brand. John Marshall and Don Clay, writing for Entrepreneur.com, note that how a customer looks back on an experience will determine if they will return. Memories fire anew and rewire each time they’re conjured up.