"Prime Diagnostics Ltd is a nationally accredited leader in the provision of community endoscopy services and has used the services of Words Worth Reading on a number of occasions both for writing and producing marketing materials and for the researching and development of policies and clinical specifications. WWR has always produced high quality professional documents and always delivered them on time – despite some of the timeframes being incredibly tight. We would have no hesitation in using WWR in the future or in recommending it to others."
Heather Pearce - Director of Operations, Prime Diagnostics Ltd.
Promotional information covers a whole range of marketing forums. Most marketers budget more for print advertising than any other advertising form as print provides the most flexible and effective all-round advertising medium. Print advertising also integrates well with other marketing or advertising media, such as personal selling and telemarketing. With such a large importance placed on print advertising and promotional information, why chance the content of your flyers, written brochures, posters and company magazines? Why waste all that time money and effort printing and distributing marketing information that doesn’t pull in the sales because the content is poor?
Words Worth Reading Ltd works with a range of small, medium and large companies across the public, private and voluntary sectors to produce various forms of successful, promotional information. We can provide a fully inclusive service of research, write, design, print and distribute, or we can support your marketing plan by fulfilling any one of these stages. Contact us today for a full discussion and quotation about your individual needs.
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Project specifications, turnaround times and prices are available on request. All prices are individually tailored based on the requirements of each client. Prices will be quoted based on the complexity of your requirements, the time it will take to deliver, the turnaround times required, and where applicable, the ratio of writing, design and print requirements for each job.