If you can't get to an academic institution, a good quality prospectus is arguably the next best thing. We can help by printing prospectuses in A4 or A5 format with a stapled spine.
These particular prospectuses are best if you have a low page count as they are the most cost effective way to print a prospectus. We can also print a more robust version by creating a prospectus in perfect bound style which has a glued spine.
Keep the content as ever green as possible for fewer amends on reprints. Fill the pages with interesting content that makes people want to bend the edges and make their copy as dog eared as possible, after all the name of the game is to make someone feel as though they know the school or college in question before they actually visit.
In this way it is really important that the prospectus makes a great first impression. If all goes well, this prospectus could well end us a souvenir of an educational journey.
For Saddle Stitch Booklets, please submit artwork as one file in running order.
For example, a 40 page brochure should be supplied as one PDF with 40 pages running in page order.
Booklets must contain a page total divisible by 4.
It is recommended you do not place words, page numbers or images too close to the edges of each page. We would recommend a safe zone on all sides of at least 5mm for Saddle Stitched brochures.
For more guidance on how to successfully set up and submit your artwork, see our booklets and brochures help pages.
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We are working hard to introduce more environmentally credible products in our range and we encourage you to consider using more of those products.
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We are committed to reducing waste and in particular aiming to eliminate problematic plastics from our printing and fulfilment operation.Read full Environmental policy here.