Top 10: Express yourself with a logo mat

by Michael Addison in Small Business Guidance | posted:

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Considering a logo mat for your business?

Before you go thinking they’re just for show and a useless expense, take a look at the following ten examples.

You might just change your mind!

 

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    1. Functional: No Smoking

    2. Nifty: Make A Pattern

    3. Stylish: Feature Compass

    4. Eye-Opening – Colourful Exchange

    5. Educational – ABC’s

    6. Product Placement: Produce Section

    7. Make a Statement: The Steve Jobs

    8. Near The Point Of Sale

    9. Advisory: Be More Demanding

    10. Tried and True: Company Name + Logo

 

 

1. Functional: No Smoking


no smoking sign logo mat

Employees not taking the hint?

Position a mat around entrances you really don’t want tobacco/vape/smoke flying about.  It’s also your duty as an employer to display at least 1 legible no-smoking sign at the business premise.

 

2. Nifty: Make A Pattern


Interactive Brush Logo Mat

Creative agencies, art galleries or anywhere looking to transform their place of business into an interactive exhibit. A free-form brush pattern offers a jaw-opening level of interactivity.

Feel like a kid again.

 

3. Stylish: Feature Compass


stylish image mat

For those with a refined taste and exclusive palette. Mats have the potential to change a bog-standard carpeted floor into a stunning marvel. Become like the oasis, a solitary marvel against the smothering desert of drab.

 

4. Eye-Opening – Colourful Exchange


eye catching mat

Expanding upon the previous point. A colourful display arguably imbues a colourful dissonance. You can even claim to your customers, staff and clients alike, that the floor their hard-worn feet stand upon is nothing short of an energetic tour-de-force. Similar to yourselves. They also look nice.

 

5. Educational – ABC’s


educational image mat

If you’re a nursery or primary school, a visually informative mat could go a long way to helping the kids learn important lessons like their ABC’s. Visual learners become more engaged with bright colours and clear diagrams. They’ll learn and avoid hurting themselves when falling over at the same time!

 

6. Product Placement: Produce Section


graphic logo mat

Customers or clients alike, take the example of a grocery store. High definition colours make the produce on offer appear very delectable. Restaurants and cafes’ could show a sample of their enticing food and beverages via the medium of the logo mat.

 

7. Make a Statement: The Steve Jobs


Make a statement

We’re not saying get a Steve Jobs mat. You can. But, where we’re coming from is to think differently. By choosing our high-definition customised matting, you can make a professional statement and promote brand awareness all around your workplace.

 

8. Near The Point Of Sale


Point Of Sale Mats

Maybe you want to direct your customer’s attention off the ground and towards a specific item. Throw in a little environmental psychology, place mats right by each vending machine. This way people will do a double take as they the products on offer; maybe you’re a greengrocer giving customers the answer before they ask about the veggies.

 

9. Advisory: Be More Demanding


Advisory Mat

According to the law, Employers must provide or ensure that safety and/or health signs are in the place where hazards cannot be avoided or reduced. One of the best ways to get that message across is through the helpful visual appeal of an image mat!

 

10. Tried and True: Company Name + Logo


company name & logo mat

At the end of the day, it’s about making your business more attractive. Give that personal touch with a customised printed logo mat featuring a photographic image, personalised design or slogan. Manufactured from extremely strong yarn and available in an array of shapes and sizes.

 

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