When planning any calendar project, the most obvious fact to be considered is that each calendar is a time-sensitive product with an integrated distribution deadline. For a standard calendar 2017, if your calendar is not in the hands of the end user before 1 January 2017, they can now find an alternative. For non-standard calendar may be that the deadline before (eg., School calendar year should be in the user’s hands near the start of school, if it is good for them). Working backwards from this period can give you a good schedule for the entire project.
Calendar printing can be divided into four areas: planning, production, marketing and distribution.
When you print a calendar that you want to sell, you should be sure to develop and implement a solid marketing plan. Marketing should not be added to the total duration of the calendar project – you can and should begin to advertise in the planning stages of the project and production. However, if you wait to start selling as long as there is a calendar in hand, then you will need to have at least a few more weeks, maybe more for your marketing messages to reach the target audience and motivate them to buy.
Production phase of the calendar printing project starts when you hand off all the images, text, logos, advertising, etc. to the printer and the printer turns it into a calendar image for you to approve, and then puts it in the press, and gives you the finished product. Make sure you talk to the printer at the start of the day to fins, how long it takes.
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