The Co Branding Process Made Easy

The Co Branding Process Made Easy

Whether you are a cafe or gift shop right through to a large multi-national corporation, Co-Branding merchandise products for gifting or on-sale can seem like a rigorous task with many hoops to jump through. With 321 Water and Uppercup being a locally manufactured and operated company, we have been able to simplify the Co Branding process and offer the additional customer service benefits that you won't get from looking into imported products.

Uppercup's range of environmentally sustainable filter water bottles and reusable coffee cups offer a premium solution for co branding and will represent your companies logo in great light. 

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To show how easy it can be to organise your very own co-branded products with Uppercup - here are some of the basic steps you can take:

1. Make contact with our team.

The Uppercup Sales team is always happy to help chat through the needs you or your clients have. Whether it's for a particular event or hoping to convey a particular message our team can help tailor the offering.

2. Create the artwork.

Once we have finalised the product you are after (coffee cup), quantities, packaging and any extras we get to the exciting design phase. Whether it is a simple corporate logo or a different design, our team will prepare a mock-up concept design for you to look at how the finished product will broadly look.

3. Place the order.

The final stage of this easy process is to place your order! Being locally manufactured and assembled (all printing, manufacturing and assembly is done within a 30km radius), we have efficient standard lead times of 3 weeks to dispatch but can also offer a rush service for last minute needs.

It is truly that easy to work with Uppercup on your next Co Branding needs.
Our product range will represent your brand as being premium as well as aligned with the ethical and sustainable ideals we operate within.

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Topics: promotional products

Luke Marigliani

Written by Luke Marigliani

 


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