It has been held that understanding what to present and the timing with which to present it is itself an art and a gift. It requires sensitivity to know also to anticipate what gift is generally looked-for and generally longed for given a specific time and circumstance. This tenet is often applied when choosing corporate gifts as well.
Who are the recipients of corporate gifts? They are given to key customers with whom a firm would like to retain business ties with. They are also given away to workforce whom the corporation would like to earn faithfulness from. These are given away as benevolence as a part of the cycle of life that goes with the saying: to receive, one should give.
Giving gifts also produce value towards the company in ways that can’t be fully considered. For example, one delighted mother of a child comes home very happy when she purchases a can of formula and gets a nice play thing with it – free of charge.
A fashionista buyer gets to bag an additional shirt for buying a pair of jeans. A CEO of a top business client is so content to receive a booking in a hotel without spending a dime as a birthday gift. In the hotel room as he opens his closet, there are golf sets, tailored jackets, and other special effects made for him by the company. Imagine how much it will take a person’s breath away if he or she is positively taken aback by another with presents, both down-to-earth and stylish.
But for gifts to certainly create value, they must be given away wholeheartedly. Corporate gifts which are crafted from quality material and design makes the difference in the receiver’s experience. It won’t ever feel like he or she has received a generic reproduced gift, instead, the receiver will feel valued and exclusive.
Because of this, the individual is encouraged to keep on supporting the firm like a long-term associate. There is no price to reliability in this sense.
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