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How to make your Postal mails unique?

Postal mails unique
Postal mails unique

Do you know how to make your Postal mail unique?

Whether professional or personal, we too often underestimate the appearance and layout of our mail. For example, do you take time for addressing labels? Not Yet, this is the first thing your recipient will see … There are a thousand and one ways to improve your mail to make them unique: follow our advice!

Tips to improve your Postal mail

If Postal mails and e-mails have taken an exponential place in a very short time, couriers and mailings are still essential. In the field of employment, many business owners request paper CVs (or even manuscripts). Invitations, wedding invitations, birth announcements … are also sent by mail. So put all the chances on your side and offer your mail a color rendition and incomparable quality!

For several years, Avery has been THE specialist in labels, badges, business cards and inserts for professionals and the general public. It offers you a wide range of addressing labels. An Avery Addressing Tag is perfect for making a unique and perfectly identified Postal mail. All labels are customizable: dimensions, type of printing, type of adhesive, shape, color, material … Avery is also committed to an ecological approach by proposing chlorine-free bleached labels, certified ECF, recyclable, recycled …


The Postal mail but also the photo paper!

Very practical, Avery labels are easy to take off from the board thanks to the microperforated band. And to personalize a little more your mail, why not opt for stamp labels? They will allow you to print and stamp your stamps yourself, without moving! For sending your best travel photos, invitations or invitations, Avery is also a specialist in photo paper for inkjet or laser printing. You’ll be able to share your special moments on different types of photo paper (Premium, Premium or Classic) and choose the right size, color, surface and weight in a matter of minutes.

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