|Examples of Electronic Brochures|
Electronic brochures can be impressive, state-of-the art documents, which can be accessed quickly and easily by both your existing and potential customers. To further help your customers you should prepare two versions of your electronic brochure. One with print quality that journalist’s prefer and one with screen quality that your customer can download fast.
Electronic brochures are not only an altogether greener alternative to regular brochures. You will also save you money because no printing on expensive paper, lower distribution costs, no left over brochures to stock, etc. You just make a new copy and send it when you need to. And best of all, they are easier and cheaper to upgrade and keep up to date.
Below we show some examples of electronic brochures to give you some ideas and help you to get started.
From Mozilla’s website: "The Mozilla project is big and diverse and it can be difficult for people to find out what Mozilla is and what the community is doing. To help provide an easy to read introduction to the project, we've created this brochure that can be printed and handed out to people who are curious about Mozilla.
This brochure condenses the many different aspects of Mozilla and its ten year history onto the front and back of a single sheet of paper. Doing this has involved cutting out or skimming over many important facts, but you can learn more by reading about Mozilla."
Australian Fruit Juice Association (AFJA)
The Australian Fruit Juice Association (AFJA) is a non-profit organization representing the processing, converting and packaging industry which produces brands of fruit juice, fruit drinks and fruit cordials for consumption in Australia and overseas. AFJA has a strong commitment to promote truth in labeling and fair trade, which is indicative by the success of its self regulatory Code of Practice established in 1993.
AFJA Juice Report
Find out some facts about fruit juice and how it can be a healthy part of your diet.
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Fruits and Veggies - More Matters
Fruits and Veggies - More Matters is an American government campaign to get people to eat more fruit and vegetables. It replaced the 5 A Day awareness program and will leverage the 5 A Day heritage and success to further inspire and support consumers to eat more fruits and vegetables, showcasing the unrivaled combination of great taste, nutrition, abundant variety, and various product forms (fresh, frozen, canned, dried, and 100% juice). It also will build upon the body of science that indicates that increased daily consumption of fruits and vegetables may help prevent many chronic diseases.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Produce for Better Health Foundation (PBH) are leading this initiative and are in partnership with other health organizations. The goal is to achieve increased daily consumption of fruits and vegetables.
Why Do Fruits and Vegetables Matter to Men
Your family is counting on you to be there, but African American men have higher rates of high blood pressure, stroke, and some cancers than white men. Learn how many fruits and vegetables you need to eat every day for good health. This brochure was designed for African American men.