When it comes to the most expensive gifts in the world, corporate gift – giving traditions usually top the list, with top-notch luxurious gifts picked out for business partners and other important stakeholders of a business.
“Engaging the hearts, minds, and hands of talent is the most sustainable source of competitive advantage” – Greg Harris In this world of ever-changing workplaces, it is only reasonable to nurture talent and take care of the people that make a workplace what it is – productive.
Large businesses that can afford to invest in giving small pieces of corporate jewellery as gifts are now turning to this method for providing motivation as well as generating leads. There are a number of reasons that custom made corporate jewellery should be preferred over other gifts.
There are many kinds of recreational clubs and student organizations active in society to allow people to socialize, share their expertise and skills, have fun, volunteer for social work, and pursue educational activities in a controlled environment.
When one thinks of exclusivity in gifts, the thought of jewellery instantly crosses the mind. There could be no better way to create an incentive, congratulate someone, or show someone how special their relationship with you is than to gift them a piece of jewellery.
In today’s world, when corporate branding is an important benchmark of how an organization is performing, it is important to look at all the branding practices of your business and identify areas where you can have a little more innovation. For example in the area of corporate gift giving.
Lapel pins are small, simple yet eye-catching accessories designed to be worn on the lapel of a jacket. More often than not, these pins show an association with a special cause or belong to an organization with a logo or monogram on them.
Lapel pins for a Hollywood movie “London Has Fallen” starring Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman
We, at Roman Tavast, received a phone call on Friday morning saying that some special lapel pins were urgently needed. Intrigued we asked for elaborate and were told that the caller was a costume designer, Stephanie Collie from LHF Films Ltd.