Slap Band USBs Offer Fun Takeaways

Offering educational takeaways at your conference is an extremely important part of showing value to your attendees. While budgets for sending employees to conferences continue to shrink, it’s an absolute must to show as much value as possible. But how do you stand out from the crowd and not do what everybody else does?

Here’s yet another option that Omnipress offers for your conference content delivery: Slap Band USBs. That’s right. Those strangely popular slap bands that used to be everywhere back in the late ’80s and early ’90s. They are a fun way to distribute your conference content on a unique, almost nostalgic giveaway.

A lot of us grew up with those slap bands that really served no purpose other than to wear on your wrist or slap on your brother’s and sister’s arm to get under their skin. Now, you can offer these to your conference attendees with a USB of your content built into it. You can guarantee that people will remember their USB because they can wear it!

There are many colors to choose from, as well as branding opportunities for your association, or even a way to generate more sponsorships by putting a sponsor logo on them. Basically, you can make them your own fun giveaway that contains important conference content that your attendees won’t soon forget. Who would have known that this fad of practically useless children’s toys could be used in such an incredibly unique and useful way 25-30 years later?

Slap bands not your style? That’s okay! We have literally hundreds of other designs that you can use for your USB to personalize it to your organization and conference.

Contact us today to learn more about what creative giveaway we can produce for you!

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Moving Beyond Print: Other Avenues to Information for Corporate Training Students

How should you provide professional and educational content to learners? Many variables factor in to the answer, including budget, types of content covered, and method of instruction. Printed materials are a best practice for educational content and should be included in your plans. In fact, printed course books are widely considered to be the best format for effective learning.

Supplemental materials can be delivered in other formats, though, and some content works best that way. It makes sense, for example, to deliver video tutorials as part of an online library of resources. Interactive polls also work well in this format.

Some students prefer to access course content on a computer. Offer CDs or USBs to give them a chance to supplement their printed materials with digital resources. When you give learners multiple avenues to important information, retention improves.

Your printed training materials, whether they cover content for a certification course or a curriculum for a homeschooling program, are the cornerstone of your class. Consider delivering content online or through physical digital media (CDs, DVDs, and USBs) to supplement the critical course content you present in print.