If your clients are passionate about art, a branded wall calendar that’s full of prints might seem like a logical choice.
The loss of a loved one marks a difficult time for your client.
For clients who love cars, get them gifts that show you pay attention. But, some gifts are more effective than others.
With winter on the horizon, giving your sports fanatic clients a branded hockey puck might seem like a good idea.
How to cope when your family’s income doesn’t match expenses.
You’ve got clients with green thumbs. One gift idea is to order branded seed packets from McKenzie Seeds. The minimum order is 1,000 packets for $400, plus an additional art fee of $50. Shipping and taxes are extra.
A manicure-pedicure seems like a good choice to pamper clients. But if you buy one for all your clients, it’ll cost you. A basic mani-pedi in Victoria, B.C. at Rachael D’s Nails averages $90. In Regina, Sask. at Just For You Day Spa, you’ll pay $105. And in Ottawa, a mani-pedi at Warren Chase Urban Retreat for Men costs $105. So mani-pedis for 100 clients will cost you from $9,000 to $10,500, and you probably won’t be remembered for it.
Many would-be business owners opt to go with a franchise due to the name recognition and reputation.
Your client is having a baby and you want to send something to mark the milestone. Family and friends will cover most of the obvious gifts, including clothing, toys and furniture, so try these ideas.
Victor Hugo wrote, “Music expresses that which cannot be said,” so it can be an ideal client gift.