When you don't encounter consumers or customers nearly as frequently face to face, establishing strategic partnerships can be challenging, so you'll have to come up with new strategies to keep connected. Customized promotional products for customers and clients provide that chance by highlighting your brand and acting as a reflection of how significant your business is to them.
Whether you're searching for business and client gift ideas, we've got you covered. We have goods in every price bracket, for every event, for every industry, and for every reason, all year long.
I'm not advocating that you deliver clients a five-foot stack of company-branded Post-its from your supply closet. Create attractive leather-bound notebooks in your company's colors or with a modest logo on the front cover.
Have company-branded calendars designed by corporate professionals like SmartPress, or locate amateur artists on Etsy to make one-of-a-kind calendars that clients won't see at their next industry event.
The value of a good set of headphones in today's open office environment cannot be emphasized. If you offer your clients a pair, they'll remember you every time they use them to shut out their talkative coworkers.
- Water- Bottle
Let's confront it, we already have more leaking water bottles and unused fruit infusers than we can possibly utilize. But nothing beats getting a water bottle that you'll actually use. With your company's branding, choose a high-quality solution.
- Coffee or Tea Blend
Is there anyone who likes coffee in the break room? While a 5-gallon of Folgers will suffice in a pinch, sending a luxury bunch of exotic coffees or flavored teas will make you an office hero. Do you want to add some local characters to this present? Make your own package of beans from local roasters and tea mixes from the greatest tea shop in town.
- Table Book
Look for novels about your client's hometown, region, industry, or personal passions. A book they'll display on their desktop or in the office lounge area will become a talking point for years to come - and your name, when you include a personalized message inside, will become a talking point as well.
- Self-heating mug
This gift is ideal for anyone who works at home and enjoys tea or coffee. This clever mug maintains the proper temperature of beverages, ensuring that they are never excessively hot or cold.
T-shirts were almost left off the list. Though in the fashion sector, many people make mistakes when it comes to fashion. It's not easy to create and design a tee that appeals to the target audience while also representing your business adequately. It's worth it, though, when you can bring it off.
Best Practices for Corporate Gifts
Don't know where to begin? These guidelines will assist you in selecting the ideal present every time:
- Make your gifts unique.
Don't order 30 bottles of the month memberships and deliver them to all of your clients, including the two who don't drink but the one who has told you how much they enjoy beer multiple times. Consider your champion's interests and activities and find a gift that will be appreciated by them.
- Don't go overboard.
It's overdoing it if your client pays $200 per year for your brand and you bring them a $300 coffee machine. To ensure that no one is offended by the gift, keep it in proportion to how much a client's firm spends with you.
- Consider your options beyond the holidays.
Don't save your gifts till the holidays. Throughout the year, send mementos of appreciation. You'll avoid vanishing into a mob of break room gift baskets languishing forlornly in their cellophane if you send gifts outside of December. Furthermore, presents are intended to demonstrate to your clients that you care about their company throughout the year, not when they're up for an annual review.
Giving Gifts Doesn't Have to Cost a Fortune
If you consider what appeals to the majority of your customers and represents your company, the ideal gift idea will present itself. The goal is to find something that is unique, particular, and considerate!