USB flash drives in brochures has been a thing since flash drives were invented. USB drives are compact, fancy, and can contain all the stuff you want to show off to impress your customers and clients.
There is nothing fancier and more convincing that giving away good-looking brochures. Couple it with a marvelous flash drive and you’re bound to impress even the snobbiest tycoon. If you’re planning to make a brochure with a kick-ass flash drive, here are some of the loveliest examples you can gain inspiration from:
A 2-in-1 Brochure and USB flash drive that combines the benefits of paper marketing material with USB memory. The USB drive can be detached from the perforation on the brochure, and data files such as your company information, product catalogues etc. can be preloaded into it.
Savills real estate gives away brochures with flash drives attached to them. Giving flash drives is not the cheapest way to promote your business but the return is tenfold.
USB cards, in my opinion, are the hippest way you can make flash drives. Probably the best option if you want to impress.
The sleekness of the booklet is matched by the mini USB flash drive. Absolutely so chic it’s hard for anyone not to get curious what the flash drive contains.
An eco-friendly user-friendly approach to software packaging. A simple packaging which could replace those big software boxes with plastic cd cases inside.
USB Memory Thumb Drive Clip. Can be clipped on any paper like letter paper, a business card or a brochure.
James Hill is a veteran of the music industry. He first worked at Warner Reprise Records then later joined Interscope/ Geffen Records where he managed producers and songwriters and got his first platinum record for Keyshia Cole’s The Way It Is. He is now helping indie artists with branding and manufacturing through his company Unified Manufacturing, a CD/DVD/vinyl and merch company in LA.