- We recommend 350gsm silk with a matt laminate on both sides of the folder for a better more durable and scratch resistant finish.
- 200 Oversized A4 presentation folders using recommend specifcations from only £1.30 per folder
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Present your corporate or promotional materials in custom presentation folders with your company details clear for all to see in full colour. We print our folders on thick, quality card and can offer matt or gloss lamination (on one or both sides) for extra strength and durability. We offer three capacity pockets from 0mm to 5mm. 0mm holds up to 15 pages of standard photocopier paper, 3mm holds up to 25 pages and 5mm up to 40 pages. There is no minimum order quantity.
Printed presentation folders are available in either oversize A4 or oversize A5. All folders are supplied with a glued-on unprinted pocket and you can also choose to add a business card slot.
Our most popular custom presentation folders are A4 Oversized, printed on 350g silk, matt laminated with 3mm capacity pocket and business card slot.
A4 Oversized flat size - 430mm x 302mm
A5 Oversized flat size - 306mm x 215mm
0mm, 3mm, 5mm
Can be with or without a business card slot.
Silk coated paper has a smooth feel with a discreet surface sheen. It offers excellent ink to paper contrast and printed colours appear distinct and clear. (350gsm)
Premium uncoated paper is a great choice for folders as it is absorbent. Printed inks appear flatter due to this absorbency and the paper has a soft tactile finish. (300gsm)
Matt lamination gives a soft, contemporary effect. Gloss lamination gives a higher quality shine finish than gloss card. Lamination is most useful with solid colours or images to enhance their vibrancy or where you want to protect your printed folder.
We provide templates in Adobe Illustrator, InDesigns and PDF formats.
Very good quality!
Good quality and fast service
Stephen J. A.
The quality of my product definitely exceeded my expectations. I would absolutely consider using again in the future should I require it. It was a bit pricey, but I understand a request for a small amount usually runs a higher premium.