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Coming Together Virtually in 2021

The coronavirus vaccine is rolling out across the country right now, but until most of us can get both of our shots, virtual events, social hours & gatherings are going to continue to be a staple of how we stay connected from afar. But if you want to spice up the gathering, and maybe inject […]

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Top 5 Favorite Promo Products from PPAI Direct-2-You

We saw a TON of new and newly-imagined products at this year’s PPAI Direct-2-You virtual trade show for the promotional products industry. Here are our top 5 favorite items we saw this year: 1. Car Visor Mask Dispenser This is the one item that got us both extremely excited when we first saw it, and […]

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12 Days of Gifting: Pizza Party

This post is part of our 12 Days of Gifting —  a series of posts designed to help inspire your gift-giving this year, for the holidays or any occasion. A lot of these ideas were put together with the idea of inspiring togetherness from afar. In a year of remote learning, working from home, and […]

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A Case for White Space

I’ve talked before here about business cards and business card design — in particular, our feelings on expensive design trends & why we think they’re a waste of your money. But regardless of anything else you may do with your business card design — ink colors, horizontal versus vertical layout, fancy or not fancy finishes, […]

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Referral Resources

Over the last few months, as we’ve discussed ways Jag can “Add More Value” to your business, we’ve focused a lot on our business and our services.  But there’s another way we provide value, and that’s as a referral resource. We are both frequently attending various networking events, and belong to two local Chamber of […]

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All in the Family

Earlier this week, Jag Forms headed to their first event with the Portland Business Alliance. The event on Wednesday was part of the Alliance’s Breakfast Forum series. The topic? Family businesses. When my dad, Jeff, started Jag Forms in 1986, it was with the idea that he wanted to become a small business owner and […]

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