01 Aug Executive Gifts
If you are looking for a welcome gift to a newly promoted executive, or a thank you gift to a client, you’ve come to the right place. Below is a list of wonderful gifts for the executive in your life.
Executive life can get dull at times, so gifting a small desktop game can help brighten the office life. You can give a game of cornhole, darts, basketball, air hockey, foosball, a decision maker, etc.
No one will refuse a gift of chocolate, so sending a nice, branded box or basket of gourmet chocolate is a great way to bring a smile to anyone’s face. You can even send a candy bar with your logo stamped right along the top if you like.
A small stress relief ball or other object is always a welcome gift. Executives can use the stress ball to relax when work gets rough. Find a shape that fits your company culture, and give to your clients as a gift.
If you often go out golfing with your clients, it may be nice to gift them a small golf kit. Most kits include a drink koozie or a water bottle, branded balls, tees, a sunglasses straff, and often a cup.
Executives often give presentations to clients and to employees, so a nice laser pointer will be a welcome gift. You can get one that doubles as a pen, or just as a laser pointer.
Pens always seem to go missing, so gift your clients or company executives with a nice, solid pen that they can use to sign contracts and other documents.
It seems that there is never a pocketknife around when it is needed. Give your executive clients a small, slick pocketknife to keep at their desk to help them open packages, or when they need a screwdriver.
If you have a client that travels often, a nice set of luggage tags would be an ideal gift. It will help them keep track of their luggage when they travel for business.
A nice charger set, especially if you include a portable charger, is a wonderful gift for anyone. There are many branded sets that you can give to clients.
A crystal or wood desk clock will make any desk look sharp. It can help people keep track of time when they are in meetings, working on projects, etc.