Corporate Gift Ideas by Amit Kumar
... Branded clothing, branded gadgets
Reward trophies for employees
Gifts like wall clocks, watches, flasks, bags and briefcases
Outings and picnics (for employees)
Branded gifts with company logos on them
Gift hampers, vouchers, greeting cards and company signature cards
Files, folders, pens and pads for use during meetings
Employee recognition certificates
Client recognition certificates
Ladies gifts include accessories like double mirror case, lipstick case, photo frames and ...
Gifts For Guys by Ken Marlborough
... If he’s a working adult, you can give him a personalized bracelet or an organizer with a calculator and words of wisdom inside. You may write him a letter telling of his importance to you, his loveable traits, how he has touched your life. But most of all, the more significant gifts you can give to the special guys in your life are your dedication, unconditional love, and respect. Be more than willing to listen to whatever they have to say, and show that you do care for them sincerely.
Promotional Gifts Can Help In Marketing by Nazir Daud
... Once you have given a promotional gift to a client, then you will earn respect. If the client then receives 2 quotes for the same goods, and yours is slightly out, you will still get the business because you have built loyalty! Bear in mind that it is important to have your details on each product you give and you will reap the benefits long after your campaign has stopped! You don’t necessarily need to add your full company details. Even your basic logo will act as a reminder as to who ...
How to Roll New Business Your Way with Promotional Merchandise by Andrei Smith
... Business to business gifts are a good way to maintain a positive presence within your client base. They can build brand awareness within the professional community as well as amongst the general public. The next time you launch a new product or service, try introducing it with an imprinted business item. When gifting to clients within your industry, it is particularly important to choose a promotional item that relates to your field. For example, if your new service will save the public ...
Make Your Home Party a Success! by Anita DeFrank
... Another good ice breaker is to thank your hostess for holding the party and giving her a gift. If you offer gifts to guests who bring friends; now's the time do hand them out. The Presentation… Start showing guests the items that you've brought for display and give a brief description that you've prepared before-hand on each one. Guests love hands-on viewing. After each description, hand the merchandise to the guests to get a better look and pass around.
Achieve Long Term Business Success By Having The Right Reasons / Motives by Tayo Solagbade
... I’ll end by saying if you do NOT have a compelling reason for doing whatever it is you’ve chosen to do as an entrepreneur, you will not have enough motivation to keep from giving up when things get tough - and every once in a while, business WILL get tough! “ Make your vision so powerful that when you finally accomplish your goal, you have a sense of deja-vu – Haven’t I experienced this before? ” – Cynthia Kersey “ If you don’t do what you love you will fail, and fail big time.
Build Excitement: Promotional Products to Attract Customers at Your Next Trade Show Event by Rick Sheldon
... Additionally, giving out these items fosters customer goodwill. One example of an actual success story involves a bridal dress company. During the busy spring season, the owners frequented a plethora of wedding trade show events to promote their gowns. This company sent a handful of invitations to each of the local boutiques in the city where each expo was held. The invitations were of a Cinderella theme with a “Welcome to the Ball” message. Attached to each invitation was a tiny key chain ...
The Truth About Doublers by David Congreave
... In 1919 Charles Ponzi invited business men and women to invest in his business and promised to double their money. Returns were guaranteed. Charles Ponzi recruited new investors and used their funds to pay earlier investors. Unsustainable, the business eventually collapsed leaving a great number of people with nothing to show for the funds they had committed. Charles Ponzi was imprisoned and from that day, scams that mimicked this approach became known as ‘ponzi schemes’.