Later this month, Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) will seek Tynwald approval to modernise the way postal services are provided in the community, adapting to the changing demands of its customers and commercial partners (including Government) in the digital age.
In response to reducing customer demand, Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) will change its standard letter mail service from six to five days a week, Monday to Friday, from Monday 21st October 2019.
In today’s modernised and digitised world, brands have the ability to interact with consumers in more ways than ever. Direct marketing can include email, television, radio, face-to-face selling and direct or transactional mail.
In conjunction with the launch of our Town & Country Birds stamp collection on September 19th, artist Jeremy Paul will be presenting 30 new paintings at Isle Contemporary in Tynwald Mills. The exhibition 'Wildlife – An artist's view' will open on Sunday, 29th September until November 3rd and is a fantastic opportunity to see Jeremy's stunning pieces of art live and up close.
In this online age, data capture and near instant response times are incredibly important if your company is to attract the market it deserves.
But handling mountains of mail can be overwhelming, even impossible, to deal with in time for you to provide a truly professional service. If you are suffering from information overload, managed response handling can help.
In today’s digitised world, brands can interact with consumers in more ways than ever.
It might surprise you then, to learn, that direct mail (mail in the post) has been found to be more effective than some online methods. So, what is it about snail mail that still appeals so much to customers?
Isle of Man Post Office (IOMPO) has partnered with local business S&S Motors to provide a new and improved parcel collection facility for its customers in Castletown and the surrounding areas.