Companies send out invoices, statements, letters, advertisements, and inter-company memos with business envelopes.
Business owners choose from different designs and sizes of envelopes to accommodate their business mailing needs. Envelopes are in small or bulk quantities to satisfy every business need. Without business envelopes, companies would not have the ability to promote products and services to potential customers. Business owners choose from different designs to promote and advertise their business. Logos and other designs are on the front and back of the envelope to entice consumers to open and see what the business is offering. There are bright colored envelopes, patterned envelopes, and textured envelopes that businesses will buy. Monthly statements and bills are stuffed into business printed envelopes that have see through windows in the front of the envelope. The windows provide the customers mailing address, and the return address when the statement is folded up. Owners use windowed envelopes to decrease the amount of labor that it requires to write customers addresses by hand. These envelopes are purchased in bulk from businesses that need to send out monthly bills. Common examples include: utility bills, medical bills, service bills, and credit card bills. Advertising agencies buy business envelopes that are custom designed to entice customers to want to open the envelope. Companies who use brightly colored or designed envelopes will have a higher success rate in getting customers than people who use manila envelopes for advertising. Companies hire designers to custom make designs and logos to print on to the envelopes. Advertising materials that go to potential customers is crucial for the materials to look perfect. Companies who create business envelopes for people to buy for their business often have specials when people buy a certain quantity. They also throw in free logo art to draw in customers who want personalized envelopes for their businesses. These companies often have on-site designers to create custom logos and designs for businesses who do not have the ability to do so. They usually charge a design fee or a proof fee at the checkout. Business envelopes are in stores on the internet, or in office supply stores. Buyers have more variety when they search for their perfect envelope online. Thousands of companies sell custom envelopes to businesses every day. There is a cutthroat market when businesses are competing against one another to win the customer. Online envelope companies often have price wars to drive customers to buy their envelopes. Local office stores will price match when business owners find the same envelope for a cheaper price online. Company owners and purchasing departments who want to design their own custom business envelopes have many options when they search through online envelope stores. They will receive discounts at the checkout when they purchase their envelopes in bulk. Other envelope companies throw in a free logo design to add to envelopes.