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We pride ourselves on providing you with 3 simple clear customer focused goals O. I. G.

  1. Outstanding Customer service – super fast response to all our customers – we aim to respond to all enquiries within 20 minutes
    ( during working hours)
  2. Innovative products – we design and create new ranges of exclusive products – we are creative and design and manufacture many ranges of exclusive products
  3. Great prices as standard – we know that you want value for money and we will offer you a price beat on all like for like products

 

About Us

Propaganda is the UK’s leading specialist in branded promotional merchandise. With over 20 years experience, we offer creative merchandise solutions for every budget. To ensure that you get the best possible value for money from your promotion, we will beat any price or lead time you can find, on a like-for-like basis. In addition to this, our dedicated account managers advise, free of charge, on how to get the most from your promotional budget.

We offer outstandingly fast response times to your enquiries, ranges of new and innovative products and amazingly good prices, this is why we are the UK’s market leaders supplying promotional business gifts.

 

Creative Solutions

As experts in the field of promotional merchandise and business gifts, we have a huge range of standard items to select from. In addition, we also have exclusive access to a large number of specialist items and the know-how to create your own bespoke products, to suit any given campaign or event. We also offer a range of specialist items that can be provided at very short notice, to help take the stress out of organising your campaign or event.

How We Started

Stephen Taylor – Profile

It was in August 1993 that Stephen Taylor noticed a bowl of mints, offered to customers as a ‘thank you’ in a restaurant. His immediate thought was how unhygienic this was but then an idea dawned on him, what if the sweets were wrapped?

Stephen had a great idea and was full of ambition and desire but had no money and no track record but wanted to get his sweets produced. He called many sweet factories and finally his persuasion paid off when one of them took a leap of faith and agreed to produce the new “Thank you” mints and also agreed to give him 30 days credit. A short while later he was supplied with £2,500 worth of wrapped sweets which he called the ‘Thank You’ mint and sold them to local restaurants. He walked door to door selling them to London restaurants during the day and hotels at night. He knew he had promised that he would pay them in full within 30 days. He had to keep his word and worked fifteen hour days persuading anyone that would listen to buy his “Thank You ” mints. This initial venture was slow, but Stephen persisted, not stopping until all the mints were sold and he had enough money to repay the factory that had shown such good faith in him.

Stephen’s determination paid off as he began receiving requests from companies asking for personalised sweets and chocolates. His first break came in 1994 from the airline British Airways who placed an order for Halloween themed chocolates to give away on board. Then other orders followed. The business grew quite rapidly and this led to the creation of Sweet Concepts that is now the UK’s leading suppliers of promotional sweets, chocolates, fortune cookies and many more creative promotional confectionery products.

Making a mint

A personal interview with Stephen Taylor

Guardian

If it is edible, 30-year-old Stephen Taylor will wrap it, box it and put his client’s message on it, in it or through it. The founder of promotional confectionery company Sweet Concepts believes food can nurture corporate images. Chocolates, mints, sweets, space dust, lollipops, sticks of rock, fortune cookies, biscuits, flavoured popcorn, even cakes with pictures on the icing – his clients have used them all to boost brands.