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Welcome to Printkick.
We’re making merchandise simple.
You needed it yesterday. Or in a few days’ time. Quick giveaways to coincide with the new product launch? Premium executive gifts for the work anniversary? Whether you’re looking for a one-off order or a refill of your favourite promotional items, Printkick are a UK supplier committed to making merchandise simple.
Every single one of our products can be printed or branded with your logo. Find inspiration further below and personalise your products today.
A seamless customer experience.
Sourcing quotes shouldn’t be complicated. We give you the details up front, without any hidden extras once you’re further down the process. Grab instant stock availability for thousands of products and know exactly when it’ll be delivered. Clear branding guidelines for your team on all our products.
When you need that extra helping hand, or have a tricky question, we’re available via live chat or telephone.
Which promotional items will work best for your brand?
Here are some winning ideas.
Give printed bags to visitors at trade shows or events so they can be used to hold all of the other freebies they’ve received.
We can now print budget plastic pens with full colour artwork in smaller batches, laser engrave your logo onto different parts of the pen body and more...
Easily placed in a cup holder or carried for your commute. A great gift to hand out at corporate events, exhibitions or conferences...
Keep the music playing in your customer's ears with printed earphones and speakers. A firm favourite for commuters.
Printed notebooks make for thoughtful branded merchandise items that anyone from office workers, homemakers and customers of all ages will appreciate.
Landing a product on your customer's desk is the highest ROI piece of advertising available. Get eyes on your brand daily with this range.
Giveaways are staple promotional products used by people every single day. Get ideas for your next trade show or event now, and request a quick visual.
Technology items including power banks, printed USB sticks and cables are necessities for the modern professional. Brand yours today.
Keep up to date with new trends & technologies.
It’s all in the Printkick blog.
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