Staff Mugs

Individual Staff Mugs make wonderful additions to your staff room, office or workshop, large or small -improve staff moral and feeling of belonging as well as removing some hygiene fears in these challenging times.

Each mug comes in its own individual cardboard box, has your logo printed onto the front and individual staff members name printed onto the back.

All you have to do is email us a copy of  your logo and supply us with a list of names of the staff. We will then supply you with proofs for you to check and once you are happy we will print and despatch your mugs.

It’s as simple and straight forward as that – why not order your Individual Staff Mugs now?

  • NO Minimum order!

  • Each with your logo on the front and individual names on the back

  • Any number of ‘Visitor’ or ‘Client’ mugs can be included in the order

  • FREE design service

  • No set up, artwork or plate costs

  • FREE proof service


  • 0-10 mug order £4.50 +VAT = £5.55 each

  • 24-35 mug order £4.14 +VAT = £4.97 each

  • 36-49 mug order£4.06 +VAT = £4.87 each

  • 50-99 mug order £3.98 +VAT = £4.77 each

  • 100+ mug order £3.80 +VAT = £4.57 each

Only additional cost £10.00 + £2.00 VAT =£12.00 delivery charge no matter what size the order.

To order all you need do is send an email to saying who you are, where you are and confirming what your order is and your invoice and delivery addresses.

Attach the logo you want to use plus give us the list of staff names and we will then create a proof and email it to you.

Once you are happy with the proof we will print your mugs and despatch them and send an invoice

If you would prefer to talk to us before placing an order please do call us on 07624 252527 and we will be happy to answer any questions or queries you might have.

We look forward to hearing from you.


What happens when somebody new starts?

All you need do is phone or email us with his or her details – we will then produce a single extra mug and post it off to you. The cost will be just £5.27and £3.97 postage and packing. What a welcome for a new member of staff on their first day?