Badgemaster throws down lower price challenge on name badges

Leading international supplier of name badges, Badgemaster, is citing technological advances as the reason behind its new, lower prices.

For over 24 years the company has placed keen emphasis on investing in the most up to date manufacturing and order processing systems which coupled with consistent volume growth, has always enabled economies to be passed on to customers.

“We’re now in a position to complete even the shortest runs extremely cost-effectively”, says managing director John Bancroft MBE, “so we’re overhauled our price list to make lower quantities of badges accessible at the same discounted rate previously reserved for higher volumes and are able to offer further significant savings for larger users – and the product quality is better than ever.”

John believes competitors will be hard pushed to match Badgemaster’s combination of product quality and pricing and invites buyers to check out their current deal against his company’s offer. “Every order is backed by our best price guarantee, and we never compromise on quality. We are confident of providing the best value and the best service in the marketplace, because we’ve invested in the resources which support competitive pricing long term.”

As an example John points to Badgemaster’s most recent innovation designed to improve efficiency for the benefit of customers, a unique online reordering facility either custom made via the Badgemaster website. “We’ve saved both time and cost by removing the need for operator input as well as the possibility of supplier generated spelling errors, as all text is entered by the customer and downloaded directly to our computerized systems,” he explains. “It all contributes to low operating costs, low prices and faster service even for customers wanting just one badge.”

For more information or to put Badgemaster to the challenge, contact the sales office on 01623 723112, e-mail or visit

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