People say print is dead. Tell that to a senior in high school! The image above represents just a selection of the printed material universities recently sent to a high-school senior over a period of 3 weeks! Why? Because print works...
You might be tempted to think that print may not apply to Millennials, you know, the generation attached to their phones, but it does:
“Even though Millennials are the most digital-savvy generation, surprisingly more than half ignore digital advertising, and instead pay the greatest attention to direct mail and print advertising,” Quad Graphics, a global provider of print and marketing services, reports.
It’s probably obvious by now, we have a crush on print. And that’s because it works. It’s credible, nice to hold, lovely to look at, and isn’t subjected to an ad blocker.
Mixed-media marketing campaigns are much more likely to succeed when they incorporate a print medium, according to researchers from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.
More info about print? View the quick presentation we prepared for you here.
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Capstone Vietnam cordially invites you to participate in its annual spring StudyUSA & Canada Higher Education Fairs that include five (5) cities in all three regions of Viet Nam, including key primary and secondary markets.
Viet Nam is a major sending country for both countries. As of spring 2019, it ranked 5th among all places of origin with 30,364 students at all levels. In Canada, Viet Nam ranked 5th in 2018 with 20,330 students, a one-year increase of 45%, the highest of any major sending country.