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Eight Days a Week – print management and calendar marketing experts.
Founded in 2003, Eight Days a Week is the UK’s leading calendar print-management and marketing company. Working closely with our strategic partner, Alltrade Printers, we have the capacity to produce in excess of five million calendars every year, covering a huge quantity and range of titles. We are based in Birmingham and are specialists in managing a wide variety of calendar formats, including wall calendars, slim calendars, desk calendars and wall planners. More than that, you won’t find anything like the custom built equipment we use for calendar finishing anywhere else in the world. We invest in our business because we believe in producing the highest quality of products possible, with an eye on quick turnarounds of course! In fact, we have a guarantee that for every normal print load we will turnaround orders within 7-10 days. By normal, we mean that, if you were to come to us with a million calendars and multiple designs that need printing, then we might have to discuss getting some of each different calendar to you to start with.
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It’s good to think of something slightly out of the ordinary to put on your calendar: there are all sorts of interesting facts and figures that go well in calendars. www.eightdaysaweek.co.uk
Great night at the National Calendar Awards, great to see everyone. Hope you enjoyed it as much as we did and congratulations to the winners
Exciting times here at EDAW working on new website and advanced marketing strategy, watch this space!
Commiserations to Heather Watson who has crashed out of Wimbledon in the first round of the competition. Lewis
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Morning all, hope you had a great weekend. Lewis.
Morning all, quick question for you all...What are Olympic gold medals predominantly made of?
Not impressed trying to attend Warren Cass webinar told its full #sadman