Multipage Brochure Printing: For When You Have a lot to Say

20 Feb , 2017  

Here is a list of things people don’t like:

  • Crowded trains
  • Chairs that are too close together at weddings
  • The middle seat on a plane ride from Melbourne to Perth
  • Too much text on the slides of an important PowerPoint presentation
  • A jam-packed meeting room on a sweltering 40-degree day

There’s a common theme in the list above: over-crowding. Obviously, we’re not fans of it, but we’re not the ones you have to worry about when it comes to pamphlet printing, it’s your customers you should be thinking of. We’ll let you in on a little secret here though: they’re not fans of overcrowding either. And cramming text and images into a brochure with too little pages is a sure-fire way to instantly turn a reader off your message.

We do understand however, that when it comes to showcasing all the ins and outs of your business, sometimes there’s a lot to say – and it’s important to say all the things you want to. Just as important, however, is the manner in which this information is displayed.

While a standard, six-page brochure provides ample room for many businesses to get their message across, it should not be the go-to for all. In fact, brochure printing should never be a one-size-fits-all approach – it should be an exercise matched to the needs and nature of your company.

At Kanga Print we offer eight and ten page brochures – perfect for getting that next level of detail across to your clients in a beautiful, easy-to-absorb format. Once you’ve decided on the number of pages required to contain your company information, we can assist you with all the additional details required to complete the project. Whether you’d like a more ordered brochure and decide on a Roll Fold, or have many striking images to display and select a Double Gate Fold – or simply have no idea which way to fold – our experienced brochure printers will be on hand to see to your every need.

If you’d like to discuss your many options, give us a call on 1300 550 680 – we’re ready to help.

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