Our dear friends at The Energy Authority rely on First in Print for a variety of design and print projects. Each year they put on their own continuing education events called User Groups and Energy Symposium. For the 2015 events, we worked with TEA to complete a variety of projects.
One 8 Foot Floor Standing Display – Designed & Printed
Two Booklet Programs – Designed & Printed
6 x 9″ Booklet for User Groups (pictured at right)
9 x 9″ Booklet for Energy Symposium
Save-The-Date and Invitation Graphics
to be sent via email – Designed
Post-Conference Website for delivering refresher material and managing continuing education units – Designed & Hosted
In the months leading up to the event, we worked with our friends at TEA to produce the designs for these materials. With a hard deadline rapidly approaching, it was very important that we maintained effective communication throughout the design and approval process. We stayed on schedule and produced the materials in time for the big event!
Words From The Client
Why did you choose First in Print to assist you with this project?
We’ve utilized FIP for years for our design & marketing needs. We’re confident that we can rely on them for a top quality product.
Can you describe your level of satisfaction with First in Print’s involvement in this project?
Highly satisfied with the quality of the product and FIP’s ability to accommodate our tight timeline and last-minute changes.
What impressed you the most about the products produced by First in Print?
The consistent level of quality.
What benefits would you share with others who are considering working with First in Print?
Great team to collaborate with – they always incorporate our ideas and also suggest new options we may not have thought about.
Is there anything you’d care to add?
We feel like FIP is more of a boutique firm which allows them the opportunity to give us more one-on-one attention. We may not be their biggest client, but they make us feel valued and important.
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