About the customer
Frey Drinks are a start-up business that produce artisan craft mixers that can be enjoyed with white and dark spirits.
Their friendly team are driven and ambitious, all with the same aspiration on making Frey Drinks a household name.
Their company’s values are to make sure the drinks mixers-
1. Are distinct and absolutely unique
2. Use all-natural ingredients
3. Promote environmental issues (including disuse of plastic straws and using recyclable containers)
Where it all began
Creative Director, Max Foster at Frey Drinks approached Labelnet 3 months ago, after searching for local label manufacturers, and requested one of their free sample packs. After receiving a variety of label samples through the post, Labelnet’s sales rep, Louise Taylor, followed this up with a personal visit onsite to help them answer any questions and queries they had.
What were they looking for?
It was important for Frey Drinks to support a local business who were within close proximity; and finding Labelnet who showed experience of working with household brands, like Tiptree jam, was a bonus. Their label requirements were to produce something eye catching and of a high standard quality.
What challenges did they face?
Having a launch party approaching, the need for getting the label artwork spot on and delivered on time was vital for Frey Drinks.
How did Labelnet help?
Apart from the great service with Labelnet delivered, they made sure the order went smoothly from start to finish. They helped create a fantastic label which was delivered efficiently, saving Frey Drinks time delays on production.
Benefits of working with Labelnet
For Frey Drinks, being able to promote to their clients that their labels are manufactured locally in Essex, is something that pleases both the staff and customers.
Hadley Brown, from Frey drinks commented: “The benefits of working with Labelnet is their efficiency, high quality labels and helping create fantastic labels that people comment on”.
Frey Drinks would happily recommend Labelnet to other company owners and would advise others to do their market research before ordering their labels, making sure the quality and artwork appeals to their target audience.