We'll demystify the process of choosing the right direct mail format for the right audience or project, and share strategies and techniques that put power and performance into print communications.
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Direct mail and folded format guru Trish Witkowski from foldfactory.com will be here to share valuable insight from her nearly 20 years of groundbreaking industry research.
Trish will demystify the process of choosing the right format for the right audience or project, while inspiring her audience with strategies and techniques that put power and performance into print communications. She'll even back up her claims with real-world samples and compelling case studies you won't want to miss.
- How to use format choice as a tool to engage
- Exciting format ideas, tricks and dos and don'ts for both every budget
- The methodology behind choosing the right format for your project
- See real-world samples and case studies from both Who's Mailing What! and her famous library of print samples.
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