In tough economic times, businesses look for smaller, more meaningful ways to reach out to employees and clients.
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Longmont, CO (PRWEB) October 20, 2010
In tough economic times, businesses look for smaller, more meaningful ways to reach out to employees and clients. As the holidays approach, many companies realize they don’t have the funding for traditional bonuses and gifts, yet want to show their appreciation to those that have supported them.
“Businesses are always challenged this time of year to come up with meaningful gifts that promote who they are, yet provide quality to the receiver,” stated Denise Burg, owner of West Leather. “The key is to think beyond price, and concentrate on the end result.”
Here are three tips to help out any corporate planner or human resource employee tasked with finding the perfect holiday gift.
1. Give a gift with meaning.
People enjoy personalized gifts because of the thought behind it. It shows you spent time planning the gift giving experience, and took into account the ultimate use and flexibility.
2. Give a gift that is appropriate for the season.
You never want a client or employee to feel overwhelmed by a gift. Make sure they understand why you are thinking of them, and the reason they are being presented with a gift.
3. Give a gift that says quality and luxury.
Quality and luxury can come in small packages. You don’t have to break the bank to provide someone with something that says “quality”. Instead, focus on the final product, how well it’s produced, and how long it will maintain its look and feel.
West Leather provides a full array of personalized leather gifts and accessories. From business card holders, to desk mats, to journals and notebooks, every product can be customized and personalized to an individuals taste and style. Items can be purchased individually or in quantity, perfect for any sized businesses needs.
“The fun and exciting part is that we have the ability to customize every order,” stated Burg. “Our goal is to meet our customers needs and create a gift that is specific for the individual and the occasion. For example, one of our most popular items is the Notepad, which can have a monogram on the front and a special note on the back. We have made mousepads with motivating quotes, and our Executive Writers allow both a corporate logo and a monogram.”
For more information on West Leather, and to view or purchase any of our personalized corporate leather gifts, visit http://westleather.com