Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 18 Aug 2015
Total posts 4
I host many meetings, and I was hoping for some input for what YOU think are some of the best corporate gifts you've received that make your trips and time out of office worthwhile! There are only so many pens and compodiums that can be taken before it feels stale and impersonal.
Member since 06 Aug 2017
Total posts 179
I’ve always particularly appreciated gifts that are not for me, but that I can give to my children when I get home. It’s a sign of genuine thoughtfulness and care when my host has thought about age-appropriate gifts for my kids.
Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 23 Jun 2012
Total posts 1
Small umbrellas. Have them branded and they are affordable
Member since 21 Jan 2014
Total posts 287
Best I have ever received, Gold plated golf divot repair and ball marker, to spend the time finding out I am a golf tragic was appreciated. Best I have heard of was 200 guests at a conference all measured for a new pair of RM Williams boots which they received later.
Member since 11 Mar 2012
Total posts 160
Not a gift but does a trip to the 2008 US Masters golf count? If so, that.
Member since 20 May 2016
Total posts 33
The best corporate gift that I've personally received was a golfers BBQ set - essentially BBQ tools shaped like golf clubs.
Member since 16 Jun 2011
Total posts 233
Cathay Pacific - Asia Miles
Member since 13 Jun 2018
I got one of those handheld presenters once (with a laser pointer and slide advancer) which i have since carried with me and used wherever I go, whereas most gifts end up in the hotel bin. Also good was a travel adaptor for plugs, which also included two USB charging points, but was very small. Very useful. Anything travel related hits the spot for me, and whatever it is, it should be small...
Thank you all! Its a struggle point, and I detest the idea of spending the money on something that no real reward is felt from. All helpful suggestions!
Member since 06 Jul 2016
Total posts 15
My company's policy was to only allow us to accept gifts which could sit on our office desk. So when an Italian firm gave me a pen many years ago I felt it was OK to accept it. At the time I wasn't aware of the brand Mont Blanc, or its value, and when I became aware of it I was very pleased with this Meisterstueck!
Member since 26 Nov 2017
Total posts 17
To be honest most corporate gifts Ive received have ended up in the bottom of the wardrobe regardless! The gift which gets the constant use is the key ring bottle opener which is probably the cheapest. Go figure.
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