For entrepreneurs and business owners large and small, the holidays are especially tricky. Can a business owner maximize impact and build their brand in the customers’, clients, and supply chain partners’ minds while showing their holiday spirit? Yes, Virginia, there is a way!
During the run-up to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, while business owners are burning the midnight oil tackling schedules for employees’ holidays, stocking up on inventory for the onslaught of sales, and handling their own families’ needs, they also have to find interesting and memorable ways to send their jolly wishes to their clients and suppliers. This is true even more true for those in service-based industries like real estate, banking, accounting, and the like. Cementing good relationships is a huge component of building long-lasting business opportunities. Getting lost in the shuffle of holiday cards will not make anyone’s business stand out from the crowd.
One of the best ways to build awareness of your firm during the holiday season is to send an edible gift. Whether it’s going to a private home or another company with a staff of twenty an edible gift provides instant gratification to those who receive it, a tasty treat and reminder of the holiday fun to come, all with your firm’s name attached. The only trouble is how to control the quality and freshness of your gift.
Decorative holiday tins from Rural Route 1 Popcorn are the perfect answer! Our beautiful and sturdy tins come in a variety of sizes, from small 3-way samplers to huge 6 gallon drums. You can custom-design a selection of tin sizes and varieties for every customer on your holiday list! Your computer, printer, and a few sticky labels with your business logo and contact information (or even just your business card) on the top, and inside, of the lid allows you to instantly brand your edible gift, and you can choose any variety of our wonderful treats to go inside!
Delivering edible gifts, especially to local customers, gives you the opportunity to pay an extra call, build rapport, and let your customers, suppliers, and clients know that you value them. What better way to establish your company than to show how much you care?