Hi-Tech and Leading-Edge Products for the Campus BookstorePosted August 1, 2013 | | Tips and Trends from the Experts
When you begin ordering those campus bookstore supplies and custom promotional products, this is the list you need to have. Team InkHead has created a list of hi-tech, revamped products that turn heads and will be on the wish list of every student on campus.
Nothing gets your campus bookstore profits up higher than stocking your shelves with high-end gear that students want. We’re talking about campus bookstore supplies on the leading-edge of function and design.
InkHead Promotional Products offers this list of hi-tech, high-end products that will send the students at your college or university into a full-fledged buying frenzy. The top brands and the latest versions in one unique collection.
Instead of having your students search the Internet for the hottest new back-to-school products and spending their money elsewhere, why not stock your campus bookstore with products that meet their high expectations? Here’s a few products that should point you in the right direction.
- Digital device power and protection. Students love anything that gives their devices power or cell phone accessories that keep their devices safe.
- Public and private sound boost. High-end earphones or plug-and-play sound systems are always a huge hit.
- Secret agent accessories. Combination personalized ball point pen and USB drive is a formula for bookstore profits.
Another way to find out what types of campus bookstore products the students want, just ask them! Conduct a paper-based or online questionnaire and use the results to guide your ordering next semester.
Got questions about hi-tech, high-end campus bookstore merchandise?
If you have questions about any of the products we’ve shown you–or you just want to know what else is out there–just let us know. Our educational promotion specialists are just a chat, an email, or a phone call away. We’ll make sure you see the very hottest products the market has to offer.
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