When you first think of a lanyard, you might get an old-school vibe…and rightly so. Like business cards and pens, conference lanyards are a classic promotional item—and though they might seem like a no-frills giveaway option, they’re an affordable and practical way to get your brand out there. After all, practicality and usability are key—the more the item gets used, the more your brand gets seen.
Best of all, there are plenty of creative ways to use lanyards at places other than conferences and trade shows. Keep reading to learn more about the ways business lanyards can be used to help with day-to-day operations, as well as a budget-friendly marketing tool.
Marketing lanyards make such a great tool because they’re so versatile—they work for a variety of audiences and occasions, but are an ever-popular choice at trade shows. Because this type of event necessitates name tags and badge holders, conference lanyards make for a practical pairing. After all, a lanyard is the perfect way for eventgoers to wear trade show badges in a fuss-free, highly-visible way.
Outside of events, promotional lanyards make a practical giveaway that all kinds of businesses and customers can use every day. Lanyards can also be used as:
While badge holders are the obvious choice for lanyards, there are so many other items that can easily clip on to a promotional lanyard.
This is one of our best-selling promotional lanyards—and for good reason! It’s a budget-friendly option that features a breakaway neck clip and swivel lobster clip for easy attaching.
Show off your branding in full color with this marketing lanyard, complete with your custom messaging printed on both sides.
For a more premium promotional lanyard style, heavyweight satin material fits the bill! This one also has a bulldog clip option that’s perfect for attaching ID and name badges.
Slim card wallets always make a great attachment for lanyards—but this one features a wallet integrated into the design!
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