Getting The Most Out Of Your Seasonal Signage

December 14th, 2018 by

It’s the season to be jolly and really nail your seasonal signage displays. Christmas is a huge opportunity for your business to get creative with your promotions and to design signs that really provoke your customers interest. Whether you’re wrapping a vehicle with a seasonal scene or creating a POS display with digital wallpaper, here’s … Continue reading “Getting The Most Out Of Your Seasonal Signage”

Why Outdoor Signage Is As Important As Facebook

June 27th, 2018 by

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You know you need to have a social media presence, but for a high street business, high-quality signage is still a savvy marketing strategy. Nothing builds brand awareness like outdoor signs that are well-designed, well-executed and displayed correctly. Visual communication While your Facebook page can build your digital profile, nothing brands … Continue reading “Why Outdoor Signage Is As Important As Facebook”

Merry Christmas

December 24th, 2015 by

The Sussex Sign Company would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year. We have had a fantastic year working with wonderful clients all over the UK. 2015 has also been a successful year working with our community projects. Being part of a community is vital for our Company, we … Continue reading “Merry Christmas”

Increased Use Of Soft Signage

August 14th, 2014 by

Flags and banners have long been a popular choice, especially amongst retailers and the events sector. However, other areas are now starting to see the benefits, increasing their spread across the industry. This type of soft signage is extremely versatile and cost effective, making it easy to transport and install. The number of applications they … Continue reading “Increased Use Of Soft Signage”

I-Sign announces addition of two new profiles

May 27th, 2014 by

I-Sign has recently launched two bespoke profiles to complement its existing collection of display and signage systems. The I-Sign FLEX range already provides a durable method of displaying graphics, with the ability to easily change the materials. They are available in a number of standard sizes. The frames provide users with a safe and secure … Continue reading “I-Sign announces addition of two new profiles”

Be aware of HSE intervention fees

April 29th, 2014 by

Many companies are still failing to comply with Health and Safety regulations, putting them at risk of having to pay fees to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). The Fee for Intervention (FFI) initiative was brought in over a year ago. However, some companies are still falling foul of the rules. The FFI scheme is … Continue reading “Be aware of HSE intervention fees”

Signs for 2014 looking healthy

April 7th, 2014 by

With the wider economy showing more signs of recovery, there is a growing feeling of optimism within the signage industry about the future. The outlook for 2014 is looking considerably healthier than it has in the past, with increased orders and new technology coming to the market. Developments within the industry have enabled companies to … Continue reading “Signs for 2014 looking healthy”

Create a greater impact with built-up signage

April 2nd, 2014 by

The creation of 3D signage, where the words and images are raised up, is becoming more popular. This allows sign makers to make a greater impact and produce a clean appearance. The advances in materials and technology mean that they can design something that goes further than an average 2D sign. There are some additional … Continue reading “Create a greater impact with built-up signage”

Smart Windows Provide Access For Small Businesses

December 17th, 2013 by

As a small business locked away in a tiny room, there isn’t always the space or right location to advertise the business through a traditional shop sign or display. A new scheme in South Shields is trialling the use of smart windows to promote local businesses. An empty store in the town has been turned … Continue reading “Smart Windows Provide Access For Small Businesses”