Businesses are more than the sum of their parts. The customers, their products, their branding, and their physical location all play a part. All of these pieces work together to form something with its own life and personality. When you create a business or freshen up a company that’s been around for a while, it’s an opportunity to continue building and developing. Physical decorative elements help define a business and make it recognizable. In this post, we’ll focus on how you can use flags, including custom air dancers and banners for all your branding needs.
Custom flags are great for marking driveway entrances or the entrance to a company building. You can create a walkway to lead customers and clients to the main entrance or to an important area. If your building and its entrances are in a strange place with confusing parking or driving tracks, large or colorful flags can prevent you from losing new customers because they have a hard time navigating. Because our flags are customizable, you can put arrows or directions on them to further help show which way people ought to go.
Around Company Grounds
Landscaping company property makes an area look more professional, aesthetic, and well-established. If you have a large piece of property attached to your company headquarters, adding standing banners or flags with your logo throughout can make passersby aware of your company’s presence and impress them with the effort you’ve gone to decorate. Again, you can also use these sorts of flags as directional markers that can give people a better idea of where to head if they get turned around, or if you have specific sections of an outdoor area designated for employees only (like a lunch area). The above image is an example of marking your parking lot. If customers are lost, simply tell them to park in the lot with the colorful flags!
At Business Events
It’s always a boost for company morale to hold regular events like holiday parties, board meetings, and other chances for employees to bond over food, drinks, and conversation. Putting flags or air dancers up with company branding or even shout-outs to employees can make your events more colorful and fun. If you’re having a company sports event, use flags to mark goal areas. Also, flags, unlike posters or paper signs, can be reused again and again. This is great for saving money and reducing waste, especially if you already have the space to store them when you’re not using the flags.
On Your Building
Many companies find it helpful to demarcate their buildings by putting flags on the sides or roof. Depending on the type of building you have, you can choose from a number of different designs. If your building is next to a freeway or main road, this type of visibility and branding can reach thousands of people per month. This is a great way to get visibility without having to pay for billboards (which are temporary!). Flag banners are particularly good for this type of application.