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Checkout our new 2 minute animated video on the importance of brochures in influencing visitors during their trip.Why you should Host a Brochure Display19 Feb 2017Read more
Happy Guests Stay Longer, Return Again and Recommend You. HOWEVER, it is the OVERALL Destination Experience that shapes views. This is why it is important to help guide visitors to great local experiences. And, research says that providing visitor brochure displays – together with friendly and helpful hospitality staff - are the most effective way to do so. Here are some compelling reasons to host professionally-managed brochure displays:What happens when your brochure is not on display - the sad story!27 Nov 2016Read more
All research confirms that brochures are the most effective way of reaching visitors during their stay. They are powerful influencers of behavior, helping visitors choose the things to do, see and enjoy that are nearby and at a time they are ready for action! However, have you ever thought about what happens when your brochure is NOT on display? It's a sad story, but one that's worth sharing with you.Brochure Distributors - why become a member of Visitor International?21 Nov 2016Read more
If you are a professional brochure distributor, interested in joining our Association, here are just some of the reasons to consider joining.10 ways brochures positively impact visitor behaviour during a trip15 Nov 2016Read more
Bentley University, Center for Marketing Technology, in collaboration with Visitor International, undertook consumer research among visitors to 17 locations in North America, Europe and South Africa during the summer of 2016. The purpose of it was to understand the effectiveness of tourism brochures.7 reasons visitors love brochures16 Sep 2016Read more
Research confirms that visitors love brochures to guide them during their visits. Brochures are easy to pick up and carry and easy to read, at any time or anywhere. Here are seven reasons why visitors love brochuresTips on brochure design for display stands10 Sep 2016Read more
Brochures are proven to be the most powerful means of influencing visitors during their trip. They bring products and services to the attention of visitors in a way no other promotional medium can.
However, some brochures are more effective than others, and the difference usually comes down to their design. Here are some tips from our membersWhy print is the most effective way to inform and influence visitors11 Aug 2016Read more
Printed brochures are a fantastic way to promote your business to visitors. They are there, influencing right at the point of decision – just when visitors are actively considering where to go, what to do, see and enjoy. Here are just some of the compelling reasons why brochures are so effective.Good photographs sell. Bad photographs unsell!13 Aug 2016Read more
It's a fact. Photographs play a crucial role in influencing visitors and helping them to make their choices of what to do, see and enjoy. Feedback from our members and research across various channels consistently highlights their importance.Reading from paper or reading from screens. What do consumers prefer?13 Sep 2016Read more
A new survey into the preferences of consumers for printed versus digital communications has been published by Two Sides, the global organization created to promote the responsible production, use, and sustainability of print and paper. The survey, which was commissioned by Two Sides and undertaken by international research company Toluna, sought the opinions and preferences of UK and U.S. consumers on a number of issues relating to the change from paper-based to digital media. You can read the findings here.'Paper is Green' and one of the few truly sustainable products12 Sep 2016Read more
Paper is made from a natural resource that is renewable, recyclable and compostable. These features, combined with the paper industry’s advocacy of responsible forestry practices, use of renewable, carbon-neutral biofuels and advances in efficient papermaking technology, make paper a product with inherent and unique sustainable features.