• A3 Presentation Portfolio Featuring Tartan Fabric Detailing

April 07, 2019

A presentation portfolio has to have some impact and if part of your companies branding or identity is illustrated with a fabric like tartan, then it must be used as part of the portfolio cover!

John Fraser and Sons are a family run funeral directors and monumental sculptors and are based in Inverness

If part your companies identity or heritage is illustrated with a material or fabric like tartan, then in has to be part of your presentation portfolio. This is not a problem for H&Co. Indeed it something we like to embrace as it makes quite a statement, which when you have invested in an H&Co portfolio, is very important!

a3 landscape portfolio book with fabric detailing and personalisation

A3 landscape portfolio book with plastic page protectors

custom made presentation portfolio with plastic page protectors

a3 landscape personalised presentation portfolio cover in blue fabric and tartan detail





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