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Preparing shareholder information can be a big and often stressful task. It is important that you stick to a timeline and stay on budget. The best way to meet these two needs is to plan, plan, plan!

 

Collating all your information in an organised and timely fashion in advance is the first step to ensuring deadlines are met.

Here at Quickmail we have a team of experts ready to help you through this stressful period. We handle print and mail jobs on the regular, so we know how to ensure that your job will be completed in time.

 

We can also help you in the following areas:

– Design
– Print
– Data Processing
– Envelope Supply & Print
– Mail Processing
– Warehousing & Storage

 

Download our FREE shareholder information eBook, where we provide a list of 9 considerations that will help you be set and ready for this year’s annual report season.

 

Contact us today on 08 9493 0477 or through enquiries@quickmail.com.au and get a head start on this year’s annual report season.

 

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