No-Minimum offers new business opportunity

Quick print professionals have a new route to business thanks to the new No-Minimum bespoke website which gives retail print outlets everything they need to sell promotional products online with no minimum order quantities.
Already an award-winning web-to-print solution for the promotions industry, No-Minimum now offers retail print outlets the opportunity to increase revenue by selling personalised products and gifts online to consumers, sole traders, franchisees and small businesses in addition to their existing business. It provides smaller print businesses with a sophisticated VistaPrint style site completely free of charge.

The No-Minimum bespoke e-commerce site can be easily customised with a company logo, corporate colours and business contact details. When completed, the site will enable quick print professionals to offer consumers and small businesses a range of products for personalisation including iPhone and iPad cases, golf accessories, pens, keyrings and magnets.

The bespoke sites have access to a wide range of copyright free images which customers can use to personalise or brand an item, although the site also recognises industry standard file formats such as EPS and JPG too. The image library contains thousands of images designed to provide a suitable symbol for every conceivable business type.
The automatic invoiceless payment system maximises the potential revenue from small orders by reducing admin and overhead costs. Customers make a single credit card payment and the profit from the transaction is paid directly to the owner of the site.

Setting up an account is free, quick and easy at www.no-minimum.co.uk . More information about how the bespoke sites work can be found at www.no-minimum.co.uk/bespoke
Nick Clewlow, Sales Manager at No-Minimum says: “Branded items have previously been out of reach of small businesses and sole traders because of minimum order quantities which have made limited promotions uneconomic. No-Minimum now offers copy shops and retail print outlets the opportunity to tap into the promotions industry and also extend their e-commerce offer to consumers.”