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International market launch of print media

With the international launch of print media, Asendia Switzerland provides you with comprehensive support in marketing and sales. Whether you are launching a new newspaper or magazine or are planning a re-launch, you benefit from sound market knowledge making it possible to calculate the risk for the international market launch of your publication.

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The launch of a print medium on the international market is a complex undertaking. Asendia Switzerland provides you with competent advice and support through professional sales solutions, so that your product can establish itself on the market in a very short time. 

  • Preparation of detailed analyses of the market potential and readership 
  • Development of feasibility studies and recommendations 
  • Support in positioning your publication 
  • Creation of marketing plans 
  • Budget calculations for printing and distribution 
  • Logistics services including on-time delivery worldwide

The meticulous clarification of market opportunities and the know-how of Asendia Switzerland specialists minimize the entrepreneurial risk. You benefit from a fully functional sales solution and can focus all your attention on the quality and development of your publication.

Documents

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Comprehensive print media distribution service

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Maintaining customer addresses

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Order forms & brochures (DocuCenter)

Order forms and brochures online and receive them on paper.

Contact and advice

Give us a call

00 800 888 777 00 (from abroad)

CHF 0.08/min. from landline phones within Switzerland
Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

0848 48 48 47

0848 48 48 47

Write to us

international@post.ch

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Our address

Post CH Ltd
Asendia Switzerland
Customer Service International
Wankdorfallee 4
3030 Berne

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A joint venture between Swiss Post and France’s La Poste.

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