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Exploring Packaging Prototypes

Are you in need of a package design, but aren’t ready to invest in a mass quantity just yet? Packaging prototypes are examples or mock-ups of what your packaging would potentially look like before going into mass production. While a prototype isn’t a completely functional package, it represents a single unit of your packaging without requiring a large investment of mass production. 

If you’re getting ready to launch a new product, there are many reasons to consider using prototype packaging. For example, a prototype can be very useful when presenting your product to investors, employees, retail buyers, or attendees at trade shows. Seeing a couple different prototypes can also help you consider various packaging options for the product before it goes public.  

When a client needs to “test market” a new product with packaging, Minute Print provides an affordable way to do so - keeping quantities to a minimum and costs relative for that specific need. With our ability to print on 16-point board stock, we afford our customers the ability to easily print, package, and test the product in the marketplace through direct shelf space activity, focus groups for discussion, or product enhancement evaluation. 

Additionally, we work closely with our customers on the design and look of the brand. It’s been said that a picture says a thousand words. Our graphic designers are highly skilled at creating unique and colorful packaging that will sell your product. With us, you can make changes to your packaging without breaking the bank!   

 

As you get ready to bring your product to the market, utilizing Minute Print’s services to bring your product’s brand to life can make all the difference. Are you ready to explore packaging prototype options?

Get in touch with our team today and (716) 834-1895. 

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