An Post has today launched a new initiative to get small business owners to boost their company sales by over 100%. The Put Your Business in the Frame initiative with Admailer.ie aims to transform the way small business owners target new customers.
Announced by leading entrepreneur Ramona Nicholas, the initiative aims to empower SMEs with a ready-made and effective marketing tool that is proven to get results. Throughout the month of September SMEs are being called upon to visit www.anpost.ie/admailer and register their business for the chance to win one of 10 Admailer direct marketing campaigns worth €2,000.
A year since its launch, Admailer.ie has revolutionised the way small business owners do business. Small business owners across the country have reaped the benefits of using a direct marketing tool that requires minimum investment but delivers maximum results. Recent research carried out by An Post has shown just that. An investment of €230 has helped one company’s sales grow to as much as €25,000.
The easy-to-use online platform has played an instrumental part in transforming the profits of SMEs by exposing their business to an entirely new customer base.
Speaking at today’s launch, Dragon’s Den star and leading entrepreneur Ramona Nicholas said: “Admailer is a superb tool for SME business owners like me. The key to success is having a strong, direct response style offer to draw the customers in. The Put Your Business In the Frame initiative will help kick-start the sales for a wide range of small business owners across the country.”
Fiona Heffernan, head of Direct Mail An Post added: “Admailer.ie works and with our new initiative we hope that even more SMEs will use the service and boost their profits. The user- friendly service has been developed specifically with SMEs in mind. It is a practical direct marketing tool that ultimately increases reach. All this month we’re calling on small business owners across the country to log on to www.anpost.ie/admailer and be in with a chance to win one of ten admailer.ie campaigns worth €2,000.”