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15 Unique Corporate Gift Ideas Your Clients Will Love

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Here are perfect and unique corporate gift ideas your clients will love.

Anyone with dealings in the business world knows that successfully landing a client is just the beginning of a sensitive relationship.

You might be tempted to sit back and relax once the deal is secured, hoping for smooth sailing then onwards.

But, the truth is, just like with any other relationship, there must be frequent investments.

Now, you can treat your clients to sweet dinner/lunch dates, or even host a quick getaway trip to show your gratitude, but the surest way to keep your clients happy is with gifts. Because who doesn’t love gifts, right?

Now, finding gift ideas that are not only suitable but also appropriate for your clients can be a bit tricky.

After all, these guys are keeping you in business. You don’t want to offend them or present yourself as an ultra cheapskate who can’t spend a few bucks on gifts. At the same time, you can’t afford to go all out and splurge on multiple clients.

Here are 15 unique corporate gift ideas your clients will love.

Personalized Mugs

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Personalized mugs may seem a bit predictable as most clients receive gifts with the sender’s logo or business name.

Make your cup stand out by personalizing it for your client, with their name or a message for them.

The mug is a thoughtful gift that you don’t have to break the bank for, and your client will surely love.

A Gift Basket

The fun part about a gift basket is that you can fill it with almost whatever you want, and make it unique to each person.

Is your client a vegan enthusiast, present yourself as thoughtful and stuff the basket with vegan-friendly foods. Make your gift stand out with a friendly, personalized note.

Power Banks

We all know and appreciate the struggle of keeping devices charged up while travelling or on the go.

With these portable chargers, your client can rest assured that a low battery will not get in the way of getting any business done.

Personalized Journals

Your own hectic, packed day and forgotten appointments should give you an idea of how helpful a day planner would be for your client. Personalize it with your client’s name or a sweet note.

Funny Gift Items

Although you are careful not to toe the line or be inappropriate with your client, a little joke never hurt anyone. Gift your clients with items that include a touch of humour that reminds them not to take things too seriously.

Fitness Gifts

Gift your clients with fitness tools for long term satisfaction. If you are not sure what they would like, you could sign them up for a fitness program.

Other thoughtful gift items would include fitness tracker armbands, supplements, and a gift card for a fitness consultation.

The Gift of Giving

Still unsure on what to give your clients? Stay safe and donate to a charity cause you know they love, in their name.

This way, you give a double gift. Your client would be touched that you remembered something they are passionate about, and the cause would benefit from your gift.

Sleep Wear

You read that right. We accept that sleep is one of the most effective stress relievers. What better way to ensure your client gets a good night’s sleep that by gifting them a pair of comfortable nightwear?

Handwritten Note

This gift may seem more intimate, or a bit too simple for a client but, with the age of technology and Instant Messaging, few presents are more unique than this.

Draft out a heartfelt, thoughtful note of appreciation, encouragement, or even just a reminder of how important your business partnership is.

Alleviate Stress

It is the 21st century; everyone is stressed out. Workers are stressed out; even pre-schoolers are stressed out. Y

our client is dealing with as large a workload as you and, with that comes stress. Give your client the best gift they could get by lifting off some of that stress.

If you’re willing to splurge a little, you can go as far as signing your client up for meditation classes with a private instructor.

Valuable Books

Enrich your client’s professional or personal life with a great book, which provides value. You would be surprised at how useful your client finds your book.

So, next time you come across a great book, take the time to take note of the title. Then, you can get a hardcopy for your client, or send a softcopy to them.

Unique Cookies

Customize a batch of cookies, and ship them down to your client. It might seem like a reasonably simple, undeniable sugar treat, but, the truth is there is hardly any person who does not like cookies.

Get your clients’ unique cookies customized in the shape of their logo, your logo or some other design.

Flower Bouquet

Flowers are not just for lovers or friends. Create a beautiful flower arrangement to show your client appreciation. You don’t have to worry about going over the top or misrepresenting your company.

A flower bouquet is also a great gift to deliver to your client in person. Add an extra personal touch with a little note.

Spa Gift Card

A spa gift card, because who doesn’t love a little pampering, right? If you cannot arrange for a masseuse to pay your client a visit at home or work, take the safe lane by gifting them some relaxation time in a card. This way, they can cash in at any time, at their convenience.

Personalized Items

Sure, branded gift items are all the rage now, with every t-shirt and mug now bearing some personalized message. Stand out with your gift by customizing more unique items.

For example, a bottle of rich wine, or how about chocolate with your company’s logo all over it? Or even a handy flash drive customized to suit your client’s needs.

Whatever gift you send to your client must hold enough content to show them how much you appreciate your partnership. By following some of our valuable gift suggestions, be assured of keeping your clients happy.

Sam Steve is a strategic content marketer and founder of Emira Digital Publishing. He helps clients grow their online presence by writing primarily about digital marketing, SME growth hacking strategies, and productivity. Connect with Sam on social media:

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