Each year and especially amid the global supply chain shortages of 2021, retail brands implore consumers to do their holiday shopping early. When it comes to printing and graphics for the holiday season, the same rule applies. Not only is early planning important for meeting the holiday rush; it also allows creativity to take the front seat so you can make your holiday messaging truly meaningful and impactful. With a jump on the holidays, Duggal can better assist with:
Duggal has been designing, producing and installing holiday windows in New York City for decades. NYC holiday windows combine the magic of the holidays with the energy of the big city, bringing impressive displays that draw crowds on the streets. Watch as Duggal craftsmen and technicians assemble and install H&M’s holiday windows at their flagship store in Times Square:
This is one of countless holiday displays in our portfolio, including the likes of Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, M&M’s World, Marimekko, David Yurman, Adidas, Tourneau, Naturopathica and many others.
Sending out printed cards or keepsakes to clients? Need flyers or posters for stores? Our commercial printing capabilities go above and beyond to meet the need for speed while maintaining our promise of quality, even at high volume. While our industry-leading commercial printing fleet can deliver against the tightest timelines, why wait until the last minute? Again, more time means more possibilities and opportunities to elevate the creative.
Our team wants to create something special for yours. Think along the lines of a creative gift box similar to what brands often curate to give to influencers. For example, Duggal worked with the NFL to design a custom influencer box for the league’s centennial celebration. In addition to free tickets to a game, the commemorative box included a jersey of the influencer’s home team and a hand-written invitation.
When the holiday season kicks into high gear, so does our production team. If we can help you get ahead of the game, your holidays will be even happier.