Corporate Gift Ideas for the New Year

It’s time to have a fresh start. With over 1000+ corporate gifts to choose from we have compiled the following top corporate gift ideas for the new year to jump start your marketing efforts. All options shown here can be branded with your company’s logo and drop shipped to any location in the US. Fitness: The start of a new year brings new fitness goals  into the workplace. Motivate your employees and customers with the following items: New Balance® Core Resistance Bands and Fitness Bag Make Excellent happen with the New Balance® 3 piece resistance band set. Each band varies in length and figure to be used for multiple exercises. The soft foam handles are comfortable to grip and won’t slip during your exercises. Can be branded with your company’s logo. Perfect for: team-building excursions and fitness companies. Waffle Yoga Mat  45″ This Dri-Light waffle microfiber yoga mat/towel is as beautiful as it is practical. Yoga positions are safely achieved on this non-slipping mat. As a towel, the fabric quickly absorbs moisture then dries in very little time. Available in ton of popular colors. Include a custom imprint name or logo for a valued promotional item. Made in North America. Perfect for: Yoga Studios, Companywide Health and Fitness Programs. 20 oz h2go soho 20 oz single wall (BPA free) Eastman Tritan copolyester bottle with threaded lid and ss rim. Ideal for companies that want to reduce single-use plastic bottles. Great promotional giveaways!   Refreshing the Work Desk:   MoMA Cube Perpetual Calendar Perpetual calendar shows month, date and day with polystyrene cubes. Simply rotate cubes to show correct date. Proceeds from the sale of...

it’s time to have a fresh start. With over 1000+ corporate gifts to choose from we have compiled the following top corporate gift ideas for the new year to jump start your marketing efforts. All options shown here can be branded with your company’s logo and drop shipped to any location in the US.

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Going Green vs. Greenwashing | Sustainable Practices in Events

Trims Talks Eco-Friendly Promotional Products I was trying to place this feeling. Suddenly the phrase “going green” irked me, and I was struggling to understand why. After all, I’m an enthusiastic member of a team that not only supports the green movement, but is seeking to promote positive change in this very area within our industry—searching for virtual gifting options to help our clients reduce their carbon footprints. And I’m totally on board. But, even though I was excited to let everyone know that we’re working on this solution, spewing off the proverbial “We’re going green!” just didn’t feel right. I couldn’t shake the idea that someone, somewhere might mistake us for just another company jumping on the greenwash bandwagon. The Hijacking of the Green Movement “How Greenwashing Works” says the term greenwashing first came about in 1990, but the idea seems to go back to the mid-1960s when an environmental movement prompted corporations to adopt green practices. As a society, we’ve been inundated with a bunch of companies showing off their seriously bad dye jobs. They’ve gone green–they’ve placed a leaf next to their logo and dropped some eco-friendly tags onto their site. Business Owner Patrick Cuccaro said that going green is “pretty cool, very difficult and quite expensive.” He goes on to say while the cool factor certainly remains, going green isn’t very tough if you have the right team and give it your heart, and with a small investment, it’s totally doable. So why are so many companies skimping on the work? The Right Shade of Green What’s the right way to do green? Unfortunately for greenwashers,...

Trims Talks Eco-Friendly Promotional Products

I was trying to place this feeling. Suddenly the phrase “going green” irked me, and I was struggling to understand why. After all, I’m an enthusiastic member of a team that not only supports the green movement, but is seeking to promote positive change in this very area within our industry—searching for virtual gifting options to help our clients reduce their carbon footprints. And I’m totally on board.

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The Promotional Product Reimagined: Exploring Virtual Gifting

Trims’ quest to eradicate junk giveaways for good Trinkets and trash (n): 1. The mostly useless and always cheap branded promotional products that find their way to the bottom of so many conference bags. (e.g. fridge magnets, koozies and key chains.) That’s how we see it, anyway, and something’s got to give. We’re here to start the conversation. Up with Customer Engagement, Down with Carbon Footprint Instant gratification has its virtues, but giving something memorable does, too. So,  to drive customer engagement, reduce an event’s carbon footprint and eliminate wasted spend, we began to look for a flexible, scalable gift solution that could be delivered post show. Online Gifting We looked into options like Karma, Just Gift it, Wrapp, and Gyft. They all promoted a similar concept — sending gifts and/or gift cards to recipients through social media or mobile sharing, and all appeared to be geared towards a B2C or C2C audience. At the B2C, B2B Crossroads Then we stumbled upon Giftly. What makes Giftly unique is that it doesn’t involve specific, preselected merchants, so the possibilities are endless. Pick any merchant from anywhere for any dollar amount and create a Giftly. Our wheels began turning: the solution was intriguing, flexible, eco-friendly and personal. Voila! Innovation–At What Cost? But the devil is always in the details. For all the things we loved about Giftly and its peers, we couldn’t get past some of the steps that were required to make it work: Recipients would have to become Giftly “guests” and/or “subscribers” Since there are no merchant relationships, each recipient would be required to provide credit/debit card info in...

Trims’ quest to eradicate junk giveaways for good

Trinkets and trash (n): 1. The mostly useless and always cheap branded promotional products that find their way to the bottom of so many conference bags. (e.g. fridge magnets, koozies and key chains.)

That’s how we see it, anyway, and something’s got to give. We’re here to start the conversation.

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