Brochures are important to a business like a business card is vital to a salesman. It is a take-away, something to carry with you that will remind you of the services, location and the name of the company that sells a particular item or offers a needed service.
Printing companies will design and produce brochures for a price. Many companies can do the job in-house, or at least complete the design work before going to a print shop. The design template featured here is an excellent example of what a well-planned brochure can do and the flexibility that can be utilized to change the brochure as needed.
This is a three-panel brochure, printed on both sides. The page on the left is the top or front of the brochure, and the other page is the back side. Start by folding the left panel to the right the rest of the brochure will fall into place,
The top panel is the opening to the brochure. It identifies the companies and lists or explains the services offered. The middle panel on the left page will be the back of the brochure. It provides some company history, a summary of services and contact information.
Editing the brochure is easy, since it is compatible with Microsoft Word 2010 and 2013. Depending on the quantity needed, using a print shop for the actual production may be cost efficient. However, if only a number of brochures are needed, a good duplex copier can handle the job.
Finally, the brochures can be used as meeting programs, promotions for special events and other purposes in addition to advertising the services and abilities of a particular business.
The basic design as presented in this template can remain the same in all of these examples. However, by changing copy, colors and fonts, each set of brochures becomes unique, telling its own story.
Preview of Tri-Fold Brochure Template,