Corporate Baby Gifts for Employees or Customers – How to Choose the Perfect Gift and Spend the Right Amount

Corporate Baby Gifts for Employees or Customers – How to Choose the Perfect Gift and Spend the Right Amount

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Sooner or later, virtually every business will need to buy a baby gift to ship to a new father or mother. Maybe it’s a loyal customer that you simply need to show your appreciation for, maybe a brand new customer that you’re developing a budding relationship with, or maybe an employee who you’d prefer to celebrate with. Whatever the purpose, discovering the perfect baby gift can lay the foundation of great relationships and form an enduring impression of the company/business when it comes to corporate baby gifts for employees or customers.

Corporate Baby Gifts for Employees or Customers: Color Pencil With Two Scissor on White Wooden Table, Source: Pexels

When first child was born one of my company’s main vendors gave us a gift card for a store nearby that sold baby goods, Buy Buy Baby. We were very appreciative that they thought of us, and now even eight years later I can remember receiving it. Now that is a wonderful memory and a way to build loyalty to a business by making it a personal affair with the new parents.

Now, I typically don’t suggest gift cards as baby gifts from businesses. There are a number of the reason why. The primary reason is a gift card doesn’t demonstrate a lot of effort at all was put into the gift. It doesn’t even demonstrate that the business has taken the time to find out if the newborn is a boy or girl. Another vital factor is value. Basically, you could find a really good present for a lot less than most people will end up spending on a gift card. A gift card has no “wow” factor, and the recipient will know precisely how much you spent on the gift.

Corporate Baby Gifts for Employees or Customers: Moby Wrap Original 100 percent cotton baby carrier

Moby Wrap Original 100 percent cotton baby carrier


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So, How Much Should You Spend on a Company Baby Gift for an Employee or Customer?

So, when it comes to corporate baby gifts for employees or customers, how much do you have to spend on a baby present? There aren’t any steadfast set rules or basic etiquette rules for acceptable quantities. We, nonetheless typically suggest a 10% rule, with a minimum of $30. If the particular person you’re buying for is an employee, check out their weekly earnings, if it is possible to find out this information. No matter what that wage is, plan to spend about 10% of that on their baby gift. That means in the event that they make $400 per week, you should plan to spend about $40. In the event that they make $1000 per week, plan for about $100. In the event that they make $300 or less, plan to spend about $30 as you’ll discover it hard to find a good present for less than $20-30. If you’re buying for a customer, observe an identical guideline, however take a look at roughly how much money they themselves or their company spends with you in a typical week (if they do not buy weekly, average out what they do spend to get a weekly rate). You’ll be able to then use 10% of the everyday purchase amount.

After getting your price range figured out, you’re ready to start out brainstorming gift ideas. Try to find out what you can about the new baby as you possibly can. Is it a boy or a girl? Does the newborn have a name? What is it? What was the date of birth? Having this information will assist you to find a gift that might be extra special for the family.

How To Make Your Baby Gift A Personal One That Ultimately Means Something To the Parents

When choosing a company baby gift, you may need to look for a number of things. To start with, it needs to be something mom and dad can use. That is very easy to think about, as all new babies need many things. Clothes, blankets, diapers, lotions, soaps, and much more all make fantastic and necessary baby gifts. Second, attempt to keep it as personal as possible. At the very least, attempt to incorporate the baby’s gender into the gift, unless it isn’t yet known. If you are able to find out this information, a gender-specific gift can actually show that you put some effort into discovering the about the child. Nevertheless, make absolutely certain that you have child’s name spelled properly before sending a personalized gift. It could be better to ship a present without it being personalized than one with an incorrectly spelled name. The final, and most vital thing you must look for in a company baby gift is the “Wow” factor. A gift that can make them say “wow!” is more likely to be remembered for a very long time than a gift that similar to every other gift that they receive during this period of congratulations on the new baby.

Corporate Baby Gifts for Employees or Customers: Brainstorming, Source: Pexels

Brainstorming, Source: Pexels

After you have discovered the perfect gift, remember to include a personal gift note. It does not have to be elaborate. An easy note that says, “Congratulations on the birth of baby ________. Sincerely, Your Colleagues/Friends at ____________________” will work rather well.

A Baby Gift That Can Pay Dividends

Whereas it isn’t a requirement to send a gift, doing so will build the foundation for a good relationship with the recipient far beyond the money invested in the gift. It is positively an investment that can pay off dividends in the future with employee output or customer loyalty and spending.

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About Will Hull

Will is a nonprofit professional and web developer, SigEp alumnus who holds a Masters in Public Administration from George Mason Unviersity living in Reno, Nevada. He was fortunate enough to work with many Congressional offices on Capitol Hill and nationally recognized nonprofits in Washington, DC at their national offices to manage their email marketing, online fundraising and online advocacy and grassroots campaigns as well as their social media and web presence. He is passionate about designing websites like this one and working with nonprofit organizations through Blackbaud to help make the world a better place. Along with Christine, his wife, he has three children. He enjoys literature on philosophy and political thought, video games, and snowboarding in the Sierra Nevada mountains. Learn more about Will at WillHull.com or check out his other sites, Windy Pinwheel and Hullabaloo Stories.