Red Wine & Sparkling Brown Brothers Gift Pack

A combination of beautiful Shiraz and Pinot Noir from Br



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Popping a bottle of sparkling is always fun and is a great mark of a celebration. So commence your celebrations with the Brown Brothers Sparkling NV Pinot Noir and enjoy with with friends and family. This sparkling is light and refreshing and ideal to drink on a hot day or evening.

When it’s time to really celebrate, a single bottle of vino is never going to be enough! So don’t be shy and move onto this full bodied Brown Brothers 2014 Shiraz. Delightfully balanced this Shiraz is good to enjoy immediately. Or for the patient few out there, cellar for 3 to 5 years for increased complexity. As a Heathcote Shiraz it isn’t a surprise that peppery notes shine through along with delicious aromas of red and dark berry fruits.

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Buying Corporate Gifts For Your Employees

Buying corporate gifts can be a long and difficult process, especially if you have a large workforce to buy for. Although some companies give a standard set of gifts, it can be a good idea to tailor your presents to each person, especially if you have a smaller workforce. While buying corporate gifts for your employees can be hard, the following article should help demystify the process and give you the pointers you need.

Why buy corporate gifts?

There are many reasons why a company may decide to buy gifts for its employees, but the most common are to reward them for good work or to show celebrate a job completed successfully.

Giving gifts to your employees can help to lift their motivation levels and improve their sense of loyalty to the company. This improves your chance of retaining your best staff, something which is essential if you are in a competitive industry. Corporate gifts make your employees feel appreciated and like their work is not ignored. It makes them feel unique and useful, and can improve job satisfaction levels.

What do you need to think about before buying corporate gifts?

The most important thing that you need to think about if you are in charge of buying gifts for a company is the demographics of the workforce. Think about the following things: the age of the employees, their religious and social backgrounds, and their culture (for example, if you have a large number of international employees then you need to think about what you will buy them, and whether it will be well received). It is important to realise that corporate gifts which would be well received by some people could be seen as offensive to others.

Why is it often a good idea to buy a standard gift set?

Buying a standard range of gifts for every employee is usually the safe option. If everyone gets the same things, there will be no feelings of inequality or jealousy. Although buying personal corporate gifts can show each employee that you think of them as important individual members of the team, it can also cause some people to think that you favour certain employees (even if you aren’t at all).

Remember: people love money!

Although you may be tempted to buy fancy gifts for your workforce, realise that almost every single one of your employees would rather a simple monetary gift. This allows them to buy the things that they want: not the things that you think they want.

A great corporate gift idea:

If you have decided to buy a corporate gift for all of your employees, the next step is deciding what to buy. If your workforce is made up of people who generally don’t mind a glass of wine or the odd beer, then the Red Wine & Sparkling Brown Brothers Gift Pack is a great option! Every wine lover will enjoy the wonderfully smooth flavours and refreshing tones of these two top-quality bottles - with a gift like this, you can’t go wrong!