The WWF is the world’s leading independent conservation organisation. The charity's mission is to create a world where people and wildlife can thrive together.
Micro supplied the WWF with fridge magnets printed with various artwork all based around the Panda.
The fridge magnets were of a beautiful design and were effective in their message.
“ I have worked with Micromarketing for several years. I have always had excellent service and will continue to work with them in the future. Micro has produced two bespoke products for us and nothing is too much trouble. We have always had a fantastic service and Micro fully supports our work. The staff are friendly and efficient, offering help and ideas when needed, and most importantly, deadlines are always met. ”
“ Always excellent customer service, kept up to date with delivery schedules and product always to a high standard and to spec. ”
“ Amazing service - really tailored the support and design that we were looking for. Thanks all for being so patient with us and not giving up with our endless requests. I’d like to thank Paul and the rest of the team... their attention to detail and ability to create something new has made a difference in building our new service. I would not hesitate to recommend them. ”
“ Micro has always been excellent with their services. With all our Let2barnet promotional products: balloons; magnets; pens; bags and shopping coins; all of the staff were efficient to understand the vision we had for our products. The product turnaround time is not only prompt but of great quality. ”
“ Everyone I dealt was really friendly, and advised me on the best product /style for my needs. They accommodated my timescales and two different delivery addresses. The products were good - the mints in particular were a big hit! Thank you. ”
“ Cottsway received help and advice on our latest promotional products from Micromarketing. The custom designed products were excellent quality and good value for money. We have always received great customer service from the team. ”