Pockets

Pockets provide a convenient and stylish way to store additional documents, inserts, or promotional materials within your printed materials, offering added functionality and organization for a variety of applications.

How Does it Work?

A pocket is a small, enclosed pouch or sleeve made of paper, cardstock, or other materials, attached to the interior of a book cover, folder, binder, or brochure. Pockets are designed to hold and secure loose documents, business cards, CDs, DVDs, or other inserts, keeping them neatly organized and easily accessible within the printed materials.

What are the Benefits?

  • Enhanced Functionality: Pockets add an extra layer of functionality to your printed materials, providing a convenient storage solution for additional documents, inserts, or promotional materials related to the content of the publication.

  • Organization and Accessibility: By incorporating pockets into your printed materials, you can keep related documents or materials together in one place, making them easy to find, retrieve, and reference whenever needed.

  • Customization Options: We offer a variety of customization options for pockets, including different sizes, shapes, materials, and closures (such as flaps or Velcro), allowing you to create pockets that meet your specific needs and complement the design of your printed materials.

  • Branding Opportunity: Pockets can be customized with branding elements such as logos, slogans, or graphics, providing a subtle yet effective way to reinforce brand identity and enhance the overall presentation of your printed materials.

When is it Ideal?

  • Presentation Folders: Add pockets to presentation folders to hold business cards, brochures, or other promotional materials related to the contents of the folder, creating a comprehensive and organized presentation package for clients, customers, or prospects.

  • Marketing Brochures: Include pockets in marketing brochures to hold product samples, coupons, or additional information about your products or services, providing a convenient way for recipients to access relevant materials while reviewing the brochure.

  • Training Manuals: Incorporate pockets into training manuals to hold supplementary materials, such as reference guides, worksheets, or training DVDs, allowing trainees to access additional resources as needed during training sessions.

  • Event Programs: Add pockets to event programs or conference materials to hold agendas, speaker bios, or other event-related documents, ensuring attendees have easy access to important information throughout the event.