26 Sep

Lorpon Labels will help you “own the shelf”

As a business owner, you know there’s a lot of competition out there. The trick is to be able to communicate quickly and effectively why your product is the best choice for your customers. It’s the same in the label business. With the addition of quick online printers to the larger printing houses, we know we’ve got to make a compelling business case. Let us show you why you want to work with Lorpon, and how our knowledge, expertise, and service will help you own the shelf.

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01 Jun

Leveraging cause marketing on your labels

  • June 01, 2018
  • Blog

Social responsibility is the new norm for brands. Customers who visit your website and see your marketing materials want to know that you’re doing more than just selling a product or service. Brands that share a consumer’s desire to make the world a better place, and in turn support a worthwhile cause, are the ones who shine. Want to take your cause marketing a step further? With digital printing, you can showcase cause marketing efforts on your product label directly. The result? Not only will you immediately engage your audience in the initiative, but you can also #OwnTheShelf among your competitors.

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01 Jun

Large rewards from a small label manufacturer

  • June 01, 2016
  • Blog

As a business owner, you know how important brand recognition is for your business. Showcasing your company with excellence across all of your products is imperative to how both current and prospective clients will recognize you. And, the quality in which you present yourself, is what can ultimately set your product ahead of the competition on store shelves. When choosing a label manufacturer for your business, you may consider both big-brand and small- to medium-size producers. Let’s compare.

 

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05 Apr

The rise of single-serve, flexible packaging.

As you walk the aisles of your local grocery store or pharmacy, you’ll see single-serve packaging everywhere. From snacks (granola bars, cookies, crackers, trail mix and candy), to beverages (tea bags, coffee and drink crystals), cleaning products (laundry pods, dishwasher tabs and cleansing wipes) and even condiments (salt, pepper, salad dressing, cream and sugar). These single-serve items contain portion controlled, individually packaged items that offer a ready-to-eat or ready-to-use product for today’s busy consumer.

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