Byron Bay Gifts Offers Corporate Branding Promotion for Gift Box Purchases

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Businesses can now include logo on corporate gifts.

Byron Bay Gifts, an Australian retailer of corporate and personal gifts, recently launched a new offer to its many corporate customers. At no charge, businesses can now have a company logo and branding printed on corporate hampers to enhance their business brand.

The branding will be printed on boxes containing items shipped from Byron Bay. The cost of printing and boxes is covered by Byron Bay Gifts, using boxes made from 70 percent recycled material and packed with wood wool which is 100 percent biodegradable. Logos will be stamped using foil printing, with a variety of colors available to match a company’s unique style.

In addition to customized colors, Byron Bay Gifts can also enclose matching colored gift tissue, along with a logo-printed sticker for additional branding. The business offer includes a single-color logo on the box lid. For an additional charge, logos printed with multiple colors are available. Byron Bay Gifts will help businesses find the best box color to make a logo stand out.

“When your recipient receives their gift they'll appreciate this extra touch and appreciate the gift has come from your business,” says Zoe Kohl, manager at Byron Bay Gifts. “It's a good branding opportunity and quite cost effective.”

To qualify for the branding opportunity, businesses must place an order of at least 100 gifts. Payment for the gifts must be made in advance and the gifts are required to be distributed within five years.

Located in New South Wales, Byron Bay Gifts specializes in unique merchandise ideal for corporate gifts. Many of the items are unique to the Byron Bay area, although customers can also choose from a variety of products from other areas. Gifts can be delivered anywhere in Australia for a $10 flat rate fee. Corporate gifts are ideal to send as a thank you to valuable customers or to celebrate a special holiday.

To browse Byron Bay Gifts’ selection of corporate gifts, visit

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