As many of you well know, we work very closely with Formal dress hire Belfast boutique Belle Dress Hire on a range of design, print and marketing materials for both online and offline use. Last month marks Belle’s 1st full year in business and we are happy to report that this dress hire company is doing extremely well. Having dressed Rose of Tralee and face of Northern Ireland contestants, as well as finalists of the Miss Northern Ireland competition, Belle Dress Hire, which is based in Lisburn, just a few miles from Belfast, has really made a name for itself this year with their unrivalled selection of formal dresses in sizes 8 - 16. Now we’d like to claim all the credit, but in reality the majority of this comes down to Belle’s owner Leeanne attention to detail, her customer service and of course her fabulous dresses, which now hail from Paris, Milan, London and the USA. Since its launch, we provided initial logo and brand concept, focusing on the upmarket style of dresses Belle provides. We worked on the creation, design and coding of and have advised Leeanne on the best use of her blog and social media for business. Our offline marketing guidance has allowed Leeanne to target a much wider clientele age group, from 16 year olds attending their first formal, to ladies in their golden years attending cruises and other such events. To achieve these goals, we have worked on various flyer printing and poster printing projects that have been positioned throughout Belfast and the rest of Northern Ireland. Speaking with Leeanne today, she had these very kind words to say about Kaizen Print and Marketing, Belfast: Connor is my husband and so I expect the best service and a high quality finished product. Even with these high demands and expectations I am genuinely over the moon with how my first year marketing has impacted the success of my business. As over 80% of small businesses fail in the first year, I am delighted to meet that milestone with a huge amount of success through 2012-2013 and future appointments / bookings right up until this Christmas. Without Kaizen Print and Marketing, I can hand on my heart say, that my business marketing would be a whole lot harder and stressful. I don't think I need to follow that with anything else to be quite honest. So if you are thinking of starting a business or revitalising a tired brand. Speak to us!