How to Make your own Company Stamp
The company stamp is not a mandatory element since the law does not require it. However, it is highly recommended because it is sometimes a problem if you do not have one for example, in official documents (invoices, contracts, etc.). Making your own company stamp is quite easy, just follow some steps and consider what information to include.
To design the stamp for your company, you can do it in several ways. The easiest is to do it on Word and then make a screenshot and crop the image to 275 pixels wide and 130 high. The stamp design should be simple. You can see an example in step 3.
However, if you are good at designing, you can use photoshop or Illustrator if you prefer.
If your company has a more laid-back approach to it you can go creative and make the logo the center of attention of your stamp.
The stamp design of your company must include at least the following information: social / fiscal data of the company, VAT and society registration information. The registered office is often put but not required, and contact details are optional.
As for the name, unless the brand is duly registered, you must put your full name. If for example your company is called "Global Media Resellers SL" and you have "GMR" as a registered trademark, you can put the latter but to make it more official you should put the full name.
Save the image with the stamp in JPG format.
We recommend that you make the stamp in a single color, best in black on white, as this will make it easier when it comes to creating the physical mold.
Take the image to a stationary specialist to get it made. Another option is to do it online with sites such as Vistaprint or Rubberstamps.net.
Now that you have a company stamp you may also want to learn the most effective Social Media Marketing techniques for your business.
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- Do not put a lot of information on the label as this may make it difficult to read.