We believe passionately in the power of audio to enhance the printed word and are delighted with the huge support we have received from the marketing and PR community.
London (PRWEB UK) 3 October 2011
PR’s, advertising departments and marketing specialists are discovering a new and quirky communications tool from freshly launched audio greetings company, Talking Print. Talking Print brings invitations, brochures and generally any direct mail to life with the addition of tailored audio, providing marketers’ and their recipients with an attention grabbing method of delivering key messages.
From a stylish music inspired sound greeting card to a novel goody bag which relays your strapline, Talking Print has combined the traditions of direct mail with cutting edge sounds to create maximum impact. In addition to supplying the sound modules, Talking Print can help clients with the production of their entire ‘talking’ campaign, from creative concepts, graphic design, print and production, through to recording the sound module itself.
The popular joint venture has been founded by David Hyams and John Wignall, specialists in print, direct mail and audio technology. The concept draws on the global roots of their flagship companies Print Fair (expert providers of print and digital messages) and Really Wild Cards (leaders in audio greetings and used significantly by WWF and RSPB).
David Hyams, Co-Founder of Talking Print comments, “We believe passionately in the power of audio to enhance the printed word and are delighted with the huge support we have received from the marketing and PR community so far. We have thought about every element of the service we provide and have developed a model that enables production of small quantities or samples within a few days. This helps clients gain familiarity with the medium, quickly develop their concepts if need be and demonstrate their ideas to their own customers.” John Wignall adds, “The experience that we have gained within our audio cards business has been vital to the development of the Talking Print model. Our absolute priority is to deliver a very high quality recording using the spoken word, music or other sounds that will integrate perfectly with other elements of a client’s marketing or PR campaign. We’re used to capturing the most unique sounds in the world in audio form, so whatever clients have in mind, we’ll help them make it a reality.”
If you’d like to try Talking Print for FREE, simply visit the website at http://www.talkingprint.com where you can upload your very own audio clip or request one and Talking Print will send you a sample in a recorded greeting card.
For Further Information visit http://www.talkingprint.com
For media enquiries or samples please contact David Hyams, on 0208 455 6113
david(at)talkingprint(dot)com skype: printfair
Notes to Editors:
About Talking Print
Talking Print is an innovative business that places audio at the heart of promotional literature. This is achieved by supplying sound modules that clients can insert into invitations, direct mail pieces and brochures, together with an optional design and print production service as required. Talking Print is run by sound and print specialists with a real enthusiasm for all types of audible literature.
About Print Fair
Print Fair was founded on the premise that print is now at its most effective as a marketing tool when combined with digital technology. Using print on demand, audio literature and a number of other integrated strategies, Print Fair delivers innovative communications experiences to the marketing and public relations community.
Print Fair is a member of the DMA and complies with their codes of conduct relating to data protection and environmental responsibility.
About Really Wild Cards
Really Wild Cards are market leaders in the supply of audio greeting cards with a blue chip customer base extending from the National Trust to The British Library and leading card and gift retailers. Working in association with the RSPB and the WWF, Really Wild Cards has developed an exquisite and unique range of highly collectable audio cards featuring accurate, live recordings of popular British birds and the voices and sounds of an exciting collection of endangered species. Really Wild Cards which have bases in London, New York, Shanghai and Hong Kong, facilitating quick turnarounds on orders and local customer service.