GOING BEYOND DIRECT MAIL
THE COMPLETE MAILING SERVICE PROVIDER.
Drawing on our years of experience in direct mail, we produce small or large campaigns for charities and hospices. So whether you’re working on your latest appeal or preparing a huge multi component campaign that reaches new and existing supporters, we can turn your vision into a reality. It’s available at a cost that's affordable for charities and hospices. We are committed to helping not-for-profit organisations with a price that guarantees a pay off.
When you send marketing out, what will you get back?
When you go into any direct mail campaign, it’s all about balancing the cost against the results. If it doesn’t reach people or win new support for your work, it’s just another needless expense. But when your print is handled properly, the return can be huge. That’s why PFC oﬀers a complete print management solution - the service we’ve become renowned for in the not-for-proﬁt and commercial sectors alike.
Reduce your costs and improve conversions.
We are one of a very small number of mailing houses with their own postage licence, this allows PFC to optimise your postage costs and keep VAT to a minimum. All postal service providers work from the same Royal Mail price list, and we are all able to offer the same RM incentives. We just charge you less handling and 9 times out of 10 our clients see a significant saving.
Improve the success of your direct mail. It’s not just what you send – it’s who you send it to.
PFC offers complete data cleansing services designed to improve the quality of your data. We use tools to remove duplicate records, gone-aways, deceased plus other suppressions to ensure your data is up to date. So you do not just become more compliant with strict direct mail regulations, but you can start developing your campaign with certainty you’ll reach the right people. PFC offers a free data audit with every campaign.
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