A great way to say Thank You to our Employees, Vendors and Customers is with a gift. Of course, the gift must reflect the relationship you have with the recipient to be received as intended. Over-giving comes across as suspicious, while under-giving can appear unappreciative.
Whoever the recipient, be authentic in your giving. Don’t try to disguise your marketing message in the form of a gift. It’s a great idea to put your mark (brand) on your gift to remind them of who gave it to them, just keep it subtle. It’s not a billboard, it’s a gift.
A quality jacket with a monochromatic logo embroidered on the left chest is perfect for an employee who would be proud to sport his company’s brand in a subtle way. On the other hand, don’t hand them a t-shirt with a large, bright company logo that fills up the back of the shirt as a gift.
Useful gifts for Customers and Vendors are preferred because they are not too personal. Photo frames, desk clocks, USB battery chargers are all quality, useful gifts that convey your corporate message without screaming it at them.
Consider the gift recipient, and they will consider the source this year. They’ll be grateful for your gratitude.
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