Quadriga Art News Headlines
New York, NY – Quadriga Art, LLC, a global direct marketing company that transforms the image and bottom line of businesses and nonprofit organizations, is taking up the challenge to help eradicate birth defects in a corporate-wide commitment to “march for babies” in eight different states. Read more
New York, NY – March 8, 2013 – Mark Schulhof, CEO of Quadriga Art, and his team prepare for the third year of their “Building Bonds Beyond Business” outreach program. Read more here.
Washington, DC -The U.S. Postal Service plans to end Saturday delivery as part of a strategy to halt losses at an agency that hemorrhaged $15.9 billion in its most recent fiscal year. Read more here.
New York, NY – October 22, 2o12 - Quadriga Art, a global direct marketing company focused on transforming the image and bottom line of businesses and nonprofit organizations, demonstrated its desire to help transform individual lives. In October, a team of Quadriga managers and employees traveled to Mississippi to create a safe and clean home for an impoverished family. Read more here.
New York, NY – Oct. 3, 2012 – Honour China, a wholly owned subsidiary of global direct marketing leader Quadriga Art, LLC, has received the prestigious ISO 9001 certification, affirming customers of the manufacturing facility’s exemplary management practices. Read more here.
We all know that water is an essential part of our everyday lives. We cannot live without it. Luckily, we don’t have to. But there are 800 million people in the world who are so poor they don’t even have clean drinking water. Here is something really sad: Unsafe water and lack of basic sanitation kill more people a year than all forms of violence, including war. This is not fair and it’s not right. (read more)
At Quadriga we strive to build bonds beyond business by giving back to the communities we serve. Last October, fourteen Quadriga Art staff jumped at the opportunity to embark on a company-sponsored trip to Mississippi to lend a hand on two Volunteer House projects…(read more)
For the past several years, the Quadriga Art main office in New York City has offered opportunities for students to take a glimpse inside the world of nonprofit direct mail marketing. In addition to assisting in the company campaign archive, the 2012 interns are participating in creative brainstorming meetings where they gain insight into the planning and creative processes behind some of the world’s most recognized fundraising appeals…(read more)
The Federal Register published the final rule, which will add standards allowing customers to include business-related color images in the permit imprint area. This includes company brands, corporate logos, or trademarks for Full-service IMB First-Class Automation letter and postcards and all Standard Letter mail…(read more)
For the second year USPS is offering mailers a two percent discount on mailings that contain either a mobile barcode — popularly known as a ‘QR Code’ — or PURL (personalized URL). In a statement, USPS stated they hope the promotion will spark development of industry best practices around the use of mobile links in direct mail pieces…(read more)