Your badge mailing reminds people of the show, and promotes it. QRS badges look good – very good.
Our full colour inkjet printers produce high quality full colour badges that can feature sponsor logos and specific colour stripes for different visitor categories. It means there’s no need for expensive coloured badge holders or even pre-printed stationery.
Although QRS can mail badges in all the historical formats, most organisers choose our unique badge-cards for their excellent appearance and low cost.
Badge-cards: an innovative and low-cost innovation
A badge-card is a DL postcard that can be mailed just as it is, without an envelope. A tear-off section becomes the visitor's badge.
Badge-cards save you money – no envelopes, no handling – so they keep your mailing costs quite exceptionally low compared to other physical mailing formats.
Badge-cards also provide a better service. Because there’s no handling – no folding, no tipping, no insertion – we can offer very fast turnarounds. That means that we can keep mailing right up to the show. That’s important– after all, the more visitors with badges, the shorter the queues.
Using high speed inkjet printers located beside each registration terminal, we are able to produce badges very quickly for visitors arriving without them.
And if you have opted for badge-cards to send to your pre-registered visitors, we can use any remaining cards during the show. This eliminates wasted stationery, reduces your costs and ensures on-site produced badges and pre-show badges all look identical.
Self-service badging and no postage costs with Dorothy and Little Dorrit, our
Do you really need to send badges? QRS sends your badges at the lowest cost possible, but there is still the postman to pay. Dorothy and Little Dorrit provide an alternative. Find out all about Dorothy and Little Dorrit, our e-ticketing systems.
Personalised stand lists
Ariadne helps your visitors make the most of their time at your show. They simply present their badge to Ariadne and she prints a list of stands that match the interests they expressed when they registered. Find out more about Ariadne.