Just wondering if corporations still give holiday gifts to their clients and/or employees? In the past, I used to cater to the corporate world their holiday gift baskets in my area. And I was just was wondering if it's still popular in other areas or in larger cities.
We have been asked to photograph corporate Christmas parties and seen gifts given at those parties. Usually in the $25-$200 price range. An occasional big screen TV is given away, or vacation. Depends on if the gifts are randomly drawn, or earned by being the best salesman for the past year, etc.
Just did an event where every other person was given a pound of bacon. Former meat packing company retirees.
Yes they do, but usually, at this point, they give an inexpensive gift, like a stuffed animal or box of candy/cookies and make a donation in their name to a reputable cause, of course, due to all the storms and disasters throughout the world.
November 20, 2012
We are pretty busy still this year with painted coconuts. Companies are using them as ornament gifts and awards.
Alot of time people do secret santa type gift parties where they you pick a person out of the hat and each employee gets a gift under $20 for an employee or they do a potluck or throw a food and drink party depends on the company.
Yes but they are getting smaller or I am seeing companies purchase a large gift for all the employees like ordering baskets of fruit, cookies ect. for the office, or giving out flowers to everyone.
Glad to hear that corporations still give out holiday gifts to their employees and/or clients.
Gifts are always a nice way to tell your customers how much you appreciate their business. You don't have to spend alot of money with gift baskets- it's just the thought that counts. Companies like Tastefully Simple have gifts like a homemade bread & soup mix ( and everyone loves Tastefully Simple) that already comes in an organdy gift bag for less than $15 each.
It's a nice touch- but simple.
October 11, 2010
Maybe some corporations still do it.