By popular demand, I am writing about corporate gifts today. If your company sends customer or client gifts during the holidays, you don’t want to miss these unique selections. These are so good, though, many of them would be perfect for friends and family, too.
1. Batch USA
Gone are the days of boring food gift baskets with questionable components. Batch gifts are filled with locally-sourced goodies from your choice of four foodie cities: Charleston, Nashville, Austin, and Memphis (but they ship everywhere!). If you live in one of these cities, a Batch crate is a great way to welcome a new employee to town or thank someone out of state after closing a deal. Local chefs often guest curate the gift crates, making for a really unique gift. Some ideas include the Austin Happy Hour Batch or the Memphis Treats and Sweets Batch, starting at $46.
2. Sugar Paper LA Desk Calendar
Sugar Paper is known for their annual desk calendar ($56). A refined gift that really makes a statement. You can buy the calendars on their site or on Amazon with Prime (same price) below:
2. Simone LeBlanc
If you want to know where celebrities turn when they want to send a fabulous thank you or client gift, look no further than Simone LeBlanc. Their gift concierges will put together a stunning custom wooden gift box filled with high-end selections. Or choose from their seasonal gift crates like their Afternoon Tea, Breakfast in Bed, or Cozy Fall Gift Box. Their attention to detail shows on every crate! Prices start at $150+.
If you are looking for a gift box in the $50-60 price range, Velvet Crate is a company I have written about several times (although note: they are geared toward women).
4. Janie’s Cakes
It seems strange that a cake can taste good after being shipped but, y’all, these are delicious! Based out of Tyler, Texas, Janie’s Cakes ship anywhere and make a lovely gift because they come wrapped in that beautiful striped yellow box! My friend sends Janie’s Cakes every year to her company’s top customers. (A great gift for friends and family, too!) I’ve had the Plain Jane (starts at $28) and the Saucy Jane (starts at $36) and both are DIVINE! Bonus: they have gluten-free cakes!
5. Monogrammed Leather Goods from Barrington Gifts:
The desktop cellphone holder and corporate pocket jotter are what I often recommend for business gifts in this price range. Barrington Gifts uses leather of exceptional quality.
Here are some more ideas for clients, customers, and employees this holiday season or anytime! Click through to see details.
Be sure to browse the full DoSayGive Holiday Gift Guide with more ideas for corporate gifts and everyone else on your list!
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