We specialise in promotional products, corporate gifts, merchandise and promotional apparel.

We work with local and overseas suppliers to get the best price for our customers.

We have a huge range of promotional products with over 10,000 products listed on this website. Every product can be custom branded with your company logo.

We have over 10 years experience in the industry servicing many Australian companies.



You will receive the best customer service available. Our professional approach to customer service means that your call is answered and your email is responded to promptly.

Huge choice of promotional products to chose from. Search our website for products and if you can't find what you're looking for then contact us. We have more promotional product ideas available than what's displayed on our website.

Quality products and competitive pricing. We only supply quality products and due to the volume of orders we can offer better discounts than our competitors.

We are experts in marketing and design. You will receive expert marketing advice and receive the best possible outcome when choosing a promotional product and design.

Attention to detail. Our sales staff and production specialists will ensure that your design is printed to the highest standard.

Track record of meeting deadlines. We take a proactive approach, so you receive information updates without asking for them.

Your feedback is valuable to us so if you have any comments please email us sales@promosphere.com.au



Giving out promotional products is a great way to keep your name in front of past and potential customers.

Your company's promotional items can serve as powerful marketing tools to boost brand awareness and improve your business's reputation.

Environmental Targeting

Environmental targeting means to give items that will be used in the environment where decisions that involve your product or service will be made.

​For example, if you operate an online business, give out mouse pads or flash drives – items that will be used when decision makers are at their computers thinking about placing an order.

Logos Can Be Winners

Your employees, working at trade shows or at client sites, should be outfitted in matching shirts, hats, or whatever else is appropriate for the setting. That is a smart use of logo emblazoned clothing and serves the advertising purpose without looking forced.

Another place you can use clothing with logos is with your best customers. They have that “love” attachment to your brand and will truly appreciate the special recognition you give them by presenting them with branded clothing.

Reward Referrals

Another area in which a logoed item works well is when someone has given you a referral. Reward the referral with the company brand and they will feel as if they are special. Again, choice of more than one item would be best.

Choice is King

If possible, let customers select a promotional item – assuming it is not personalised – from several you have available. Someone who wants and needs a pen will actually use it. The customer or prospect who could use an envelope opener will select that.

Give Something Get Something

When you give a promotional item to a customer or prospect, you set up an expectation that often makes them want to do business with you. You don’t have to say anything or make a big deal of it, but they will feel an obligation.

Break the Ice by Being Nice

Giving out promotional products is a good way to “break the ice” and start up a conversation. Sometimes that’s all it takes and next thing you know, the two of you are communicating.

Attention, We’re Here!

At trade shows and similar events, everyone wants to be noticed. It’s how you engage with potential customers. Nothing beats FREE stuff when it comes to getting attention. If what you are handing out is unique or novel, word-of-mouth spreads and you will be swamped.

Regifting is Good

The idea of receiving a gift and giving it to someone else is not generally considered good sportsmanship in normal relationships. In business, especially when it comes to promotional products, the more mileage that item gets the better.

In general, you don’t have to do much to encourage regifting of a promotional item. It happens naturally. In some cases, however, giving away two of an item with instructions to “share the wealth” is an easy way to double your advertising impact with little effort on your part.