You don’t want a flimsy, lightweight card that says “I just printed this out off my computer.” You want a heavy card stock as heavy as you can get that feels thick and rich to the touch.4 Rush or Overnight ShippingYou never know when you’re going to need your cards fast. And a printer that offers overnight or next day shipping can be a godsend when you have an unexpected trade show to go to or you’ve just found you’ve run out of cards for that important client meeting coming up.5 Creative Design OptionsThis means that your printer offers everything from folded cards to magnetic cards, ultra slim cards to back side printing. You can put a coupon on the folded side of the card that will motivate a client to keep your card and make their first purchase.
Some solar lighting systems are self contained units. You only need to place the lights in a sunny location. Others have the lights separate from a solar cell panel. We were introduced to them and we put together a program for the second half of 2012, a bunch of content packages and a big social media push. And then it went really well so we expanded into an arrangement for all of 2013 that encompasses doing pop up studios at tent pole events. We were just at NATPE (in Miami), I’m heading to the Super Bowl and we’ll have a big studio there.
Dear Liz: I got a big tax refund this year and am trying to figure out what to do with the money. Right now I have school loans with a 4% interest rate that I do not need to make a payment on until 2024 with my current payment plan, but the amount I owe is pretty hefty and I know it’s going to compound more over time. I also have a very low interest car loan (1.9%) that will be paid off in 31/2 years.
Seven years on, Warby Parker sells millions of pairs of glasses and shades and has 61 brick and mortar shops (two in Toronto), as well as its online stores. There are now a number of brands operating the same direct to consumer, in house designed model. Two British brand Ollie Quinn and Aussie line Bailey Nelson have recently opened here..
He began his career in 1967 as an associate lawyer at Osler, Hoskin and Harcourt and moved to the Ontario provincial government where had a 13 year career, which included being Chair of the Ontario Highway Transport Board and serving in Assistant Deputy Minister capacities in both the Ministry of Transportation and Communications and the Ministry of Community and Social Services. He moved back to the private sector in 1987, when he was appointed Managing Director of Fraser Beatty (now Fraser Milner Casgrain). During the negotiation of the Charlottetown Accord, he was Special Adviser to the Right Honourable Joe Clark, the Minister for Constitutional Affairs (Canada).