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Build back Stronger this Easter

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As the rules begin to relax after lockdown 3.0 and people start to venture out more the thought of picking up gifts for friends and loved ones this easter will be on everyone’s minds.

Support local

Shoppers are being urged to shop local and do their bit to support their local businesses and to help drive the local economy, boost the community spirit and create jobs.


Make sure your business is safe for your customer and staff. Put in place the correct measures and signage to make your business more inviting and limit the inconvenience for customers. Below are some signage options to help get your business back up and running.

  1. PVC Banners
  2. Sneeze Guard
  3. Posters
  4. Floor/ wall Stickers, labels & window graphics
  5. Feather flags
  6. Pavement Signs
  7. Bollard wraps
  8. Small water base A-Boards
  9. I-Stand
  10. X-Banner


To get customers back through the door advertising is a must! With so many media channels at our fingertips you can reach your audience regardless of your marketing budget… but the more you put into the right channels the more you will get out – remember that! I have highlighted below some examples you can explore to help you build back stronger.

  1. Social Media – Post often, like, share and comment. Join local community groups but don’t spam the group you may be removed, instead respond to posts where people require a referral of a product you sell.
  2. Vehicle Branding – Your moving advertising board, this can be a low-cost solution with a high ROI if the design and message is right.
  3. Community advertising – Advertise on billboards, buses/ bus shelters, roundabout signs & much more.
  4. Email campaigns – Email your customers with new products, exclusive offers and more.
  5. Newsletter/ Magazine – Keep your customers up to date on your business activities.
  6. Content – Engage with customers by creating valuable and relevant content to attract and retain your audience.

Together we can support our local communities and businesses to build back a stronger United Kingdom, but we must all work together!