This year we’ll be blowing out 11 candles on our birthday cake. Happy birthday to us, happy birthday to us, happy birthday to New Vision, happy birthday to us! Now where’s this cake… The team here at New Vision Packaging would like to thank all contacts and clients for their continued support throughout this time. We thought that this would be the perfect time to remind everyone why, after 11 years, theres still many reasons to work with us…
The appeal of being associated with big business often overshadows the potential advantages of small and medium sizes businesses (SMEs), as they swim against the current. As colossal companies merge into global giants the success of SMEs should not be underestimated; we make up the majority of the U.K. economy, becoming essential to the growth of the nation. Here at New Vision Packaging, our small enterprise rivals that of any larger competitor because of the core values and qualities we instil within our small team. read more
It was a chance discovery back in June 2012, where we spotted Alex Epstein, founder of Concoction, on Twitter. Alex was talking about his new mixology concept and promoting the perfect ‘Shampyou’. Concoction produce a range of hair and beauty products where mixologists have collaborated with the best cosmetic chemists and haircare scientists to come up with the perfect Concoction blend.
New Vision Packaging has helped luxury chocolate brand Elizabeth Shaw create it’s most environmentall friendly Easter Egg box to date.
The packaging design and sourcing specialist created the box for a 200g egg that is being sold exclusively in Asda stores across the UK.
If any of you out there read my last blog, you’ll have heard me talking about the spirit of the Olympics and how this positive attitude should reflect in our business lives. A call to arms as it were! And now, some weeks on, we hear that perhaps things weren’t as bad as the economists and politicians first feared in that the double-dip recession might not have happened! Apparently, it’s hard to measure the economy accurately
So, there you have it. The Olympics. Over for another 4 years and I for one think it was the most amazing two weeks of sport I’ve ever seen. I did go to see both the football (to watch Team GB get knocked out on penalties – it was just like watching England!) and to the Taekwondo. Both were superb events and the atmosphere was truly amazing, as I’m sure it was at every other Olympic event….
Working in Close conjunction with Asda and their suppliers, New Vision Packaging have recently produced unique packaging for the Asda Collection range. The range consists of six lines, all of which utilise printed cartons, vacuum formed inserts, swing tickets and ribbons.
Partnership, it’s a commonly used word in business, isn’t it? I hear it more and more in all walks of life and particularly in the packaging industry, where supply agreements have been common for some time between large multi-national companies and their suppliers. These are often formal arrangements, designed to protect both the customer (to ensure consistent supply at fixed prices) and the supplier (guaranteed business for what is often a reduced margin).
Have you ever taken a look at the history of Fed-Ex? Many years ago, Fed-ex were known as just another delivery business in the US, delivering packages and parcels to the people and businesses of America within days. Yet after learning that what their customers really wanted was an OVERNIGHT global delivery service, and being able to act on this before any of their competitors, Fed-Ex became the dominant player in global and domestic deliveries.
I am writing this, the third instalment of my blog, from a rainy Milan. I love it here – the landscape, the food, the people and, of course, the business that we undertake here for our customers. Those of you who know New Vision well, will know that we have held the UK agency for Scatolificio Cristina for over five years now and I am here at Cristina once again for what has proven to be yet another successful print pass.
He wore a Porsche wristwatch, again chosen because he was so in awe of the museum-quality design. Whenever anyone noticed the watch and admired it, Steve (Jobs) would take it off his wrist and present it as a gift, a way of saying “Congratulations on recognizing excellent design.” Minutes later he would have an identical one on his wrist again: He kept a box of them in his office so he could give them away… At around $2000 a piece