Now we are in to November, Christmas shopping is officially in full swing. Planning ahead and your ordering branded Christmas gifts now is key to allow enough time to receive your items – most standard lead times are 2-3 weeks but some products can take even longer.
If you are thinking about ordering branded Christmas gifts, then check out these great examples of how companies have bought and used them to make a lasting impact with their customers, prospects and employees.
Branded Christmas gifts for Customers
For all your loyal customers, why not send them a little thank you for their support throughout the year. Useful items such as Diaries/Calendars are well received and even the everyday pen is still popular – or if you want a higher value item then think about something like a gift set (Parker pen, tech or food and drink)
Inspiration: V12 Footwear put together a luxury bespoke gift box including a branded Notebook, Metal Pen and Powerbank to send to their valued clients
Inspiration: A great example of this is from a company who specialise in the arboriculture and forestry industries. They did a draw to win a fantastic bespoke branded USB stick on social media by getting people to like and follow them
Inspiration: A well know high street building society asked us to source reindeer food! A bag filled with sparkly magical reindeer food (wholesome oats and some edible glitter) to sprinkle out on Christmas Eve. With a printed label and hand tied bow. They used them to raise money for charity.
Branded Christmas gifts for Employees
Reward your team/s hard work with a bespoke food and drink hamper.
Inspiration: A large high street retailer sent bespoke hampers to all branches across the country for their staff. Items included food and drink items and branded Americano Mugs.
Inspiration: The Rising Star series of awards are ideal recognition, achievement or incentive gift. They can be personalised on the base with any crest, logo or wording to create an award that is sure to take pride of place when put on display at home or at work.
Inspiration: A publishing company ordered mugs printed full colour with ‘Heart’ logo and individual names. It put a smile on their face and now there’s no arguing over whose mug is whose!