Developing and delivering an effective prospecting strategy typically includes cold calls, direct mail campaigns, personalized emails, and social media engagement. But what about gifting? This blog explores the pain points many salespeople experience while prospecting and the proven solutions we can provide to accelerate your sales pipeline.
What makes a gift meaningful? For a gift to be significant and make a lasting impact, it has to be an item the recipient wants to receive and something that adds value to their life. Delivering a meaningful gift requires givers to embrace and apply a couple of key concepts to how they gift. This blog explores both.
We already know that receiving and giving gifts makes us feel good. But did you know that gifting can affect your health? According to science, a great gift experience can elicit positive emotions, promote social connection, improve physical health, and decrease stress—not just for the recipient but also for the giver.
People need encouragement. When we have the support of others, we strive to do even better. We're more confident, energetic, and outwardly happy. Similar to cheerleaders on a sideline, there are many ways you can support your squad. Whether you’re leading by example or passing the spirit stick—here are a few ways you can become a source of encouragement for your people.
When delivered with the right amount of choice, a corporate gifting strategy is a great way to thank customers for their business, employees for their service, and deepen client relationships. If you’re not sure where to start, here are three factors to consider when it comes to planning a corporate gifting strategy: timing, choice, and budget.
If the unpredictable past year taught us anything, it was the importance of having a plan, a back-up plan, and how to effectively execute both. Even though studies from influential industry researchers are signaling hope on the horizon for 2021, that doesn’t mean preparations should be put on pause.
With most people staying at home to celebrate, New Year’s Eve will look and feel a little different this year. While popping a bottle of bubbly to welcome in 2021 is pretty standard, popping confetti is another story. To help you avoid picking tiny bits of colorful paper out of your carpet on January 1st, we’re serving up another way you can keep your indoor celebration popping.
If rewarding and recognizing employees can produce tremendous results, why wouldn’t organizations want to make it a top priority? For starters, some don’t understand why it's important. Furthermore, many don’t have a gift program in place to help facilitate their appreciation.
While working remotely, it’s essential to your health and well-being that you take time to learn what motivates you, both extrinsically and intrinsically. Whether it’s working towards earning a virtual gift experience or an internal sense of fulfillment— what motivates you matters and can affect your work-life balance.
When it comes to successful gift programs, no one else offers the hottest trends in gifts or best-in-class goods your recipients want quite like Cultivate. Here's a quick list of our most recent top-redeemed products by virtual gift experience recipients. Think of this as like window shopping—only better and from the comfort of your couch.
When it comes to giving someone the “gift of choice,” many companies have coined the phrase in hopes of selling more gift cards. But are gift cards deserving of such a liberating title? Although these shiny bits of plastic are supposed to excite recipients, researchers agree that gift cards don’t effectively appreciate or inspire for three main reasons. Here's why.
This Thanksgiving is an opportunity to think outside the cooktop. Whether you embrace or opt-out of traditional recipes, helpful kitchen tools are still a must for delivering a delicious meal. Since this is a day dedicated to foodies, we’re serving up two recipes for you to try. So, grab that new gift you chose during a recent virtual gift experience—and one of 2020s most sought after holiday items—the air fryer. And let’s get this party started.
Gift-giving in the workplace is a delicate subject. Whether you’re giving someone a holiday gift, birthday present, or celebrating another special occasion such as a promotion or retirement—a thoughtless or inappropriate gift can do more harm than good. Making a conscious effort to surprise and delight colleagues, clients, and partners with a gift they want can lead to a big payoff in more ways than one.
A recent survey of 1.4 million employees at every pay level, across every industry, found that job satisfaction has little do with money. It revealed that when organizations think outside-the-box to reward their employees, the return-on-investment yields higher results than a cash bonus. So, if cash isn’t the king of incentives, then what is? As the Gift Experience Experts, we believe the best incentives are those recipients get to select for themselves. Here’s why.