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Creating a corporate gift program can seem like a daunting task - but with a little planning and preparation, you can craft a gift experience that’s both memorable and meaningful for your recipients. As your partner in gifting, we’re giving you 5 tips to make this gifting season a breeze.

1 - Prepare your list and check it twice

Over the past twelve years, we’ve noted that gift programs run smoothest when recipient lists are organized early. Give us a call to learn more about how to make this as easy as possible. We are here to help!

2 - Gifts for groups vs. individuals

Gifts for groups must be easy to share. And by sharing we don’t mean dividing up the unopened goodies. You want to avoid the "who wants the tapenade? I'm taking the crackers" scenario. The ideal group gift experience involves your recipients gathered around, enjoying their treats and talking about how great it's been working with your team.

3 - Send your gifts early

Timing is essential. Holiday gift programs are best delivered early in December. It can be a busy time of year, so getting your order in early creates space to relax and enjoy the season. Consider Thanksgiving or Valentine's Day as alternatives for showing appreciation.

Bonus: order by November 1 to get free custom greeting cards.

4 - Hand-deliver whenever it's possible

When was the last time you closed a deal without some eye-contact and a handshake? Nothing consummates a relationship like facetime. Not only does it demonstrate genuine appreciation, it's fun too: you get to share in the gift experience and build the relationship. Since we know hand delivery isn’t always possible, we’ve always got you covered with free or $10 flat rate shipping across canada.

5 - Know if it is appropriate to gift alcohol

Corporate gifts are about building relationships. While many people enjoy a nice bottle of wine (and we have a great selection to choose from), the last thing you want to do is make someone feel uncomfortable or insulted by your gesture. Make sure your gift will be 100% well received by taking the following into consideration:

  • Religion

  • Family history

  • Addiction

  • Health

Bottom line: If you’re not 100% sure your gift recipient is going to enjoy the bottle of wine, beer or spirits, leave it on the shelf.



Looking for the best shareable baskets for corporate appreciation? Check out our corporate gift baskets or download our 2018-19 Gift Guide.