Clients are often the backbone of most companies. If it weren’t for your clients, your business would not be where it is today and invariably, you are in debt to their service. Keeping this in mind and if you are interested in giving your clients something back for all what they’ve done for you and the business they have brought you, here are a few ideas to keep in mind.
One of the first things that you would want to keep in mind when you gift clients is the quantity and most importantly, whom you are gifting. Are you gifting the entire company? Or is it just the team you work with? Or is it the c-level people in the company? Once you have figured out the answer, it should give you a general idea on things and how you would work around this.
Next is the most important factor in this scenario, your budget. If you were to give your client a corporate gift basket Malaysia, how much would that cost? If not what is your next best option, a cake large enough to serve everyone?
If you are gifting an entire company, be sure to get the same thing for everybody. For those who wish, it is possible to gift something more to top-level executives besides the souvenir or memento for all or the corporate gift basket Malaysia. But keep in mind that all gifts if designed should stick to a uniform pattern or design.
These hampers or baskets can even include a mixture of things and once you give it to the company, it is up to them on how they are to segregate it. Hamper goodies can include generic wines, liquor, chocolates and other confectionary. Some beautiful flowers, as an accompaniment to the gift basket is also a good idea. However, if it permits, see if you can further divide the contents of the basket according to genders. For example, you could have a little basket filled with toiletries for women and another for men. Or it could be a little basket with kitchen items and another with handy DIY tools for household or car maintenance.
The thing about gifting personal items is to ensure that it is practical and will actually be used besides being a decorative piece for one’s house. While there is no hard and fast rule as to when and where these gifts ought to be delivered, it is advised that you gift clients either during public holiday season like Christmas, Eid or Easter (or the holidays relevant your country) or during their company’s or your company’s anniversary.