$400 Online Gift Voucher
A Gift Full of Options & Shopping Fun
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Are you out of time or simply running out of gift ideas? Give the gift of choice with this $400 Everything But Flowers Gift Voucher.
Online gift vouchers are the most convenient way to give gifts this year, and not just because it's convenient for you to buy them online, but it's also extremely easy and convenient for your gift recipient to choose the gift of their dreams.
We work tirelessly here at Everything But Flowers to make sure we stock a wide range of items that are suitable for all tastes, occasions and budgets, so you really can't go wrong with one of our online gift vouchers.
Whether your lucky recipient has been dreaming of homewares, jewellery, or perhaps a once in a lifetime experience voucher; with a $400 gift voucher the choice is theirs.
It can be difficult to find time to get to the shops; but that's no worry at all with an online gift voucher. The voucher will be emailed directly, and all shopping takes place from the comfort of home at any time of day or night.
It doesn't matter if your recipient lives in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane or anywhere else across Australia; we'll deliver their gifts directly to their door.
You can choose to have the gift voucher emailed to them immediately, or on a nominated time and date, the perfect gift option to order in advance so that you don't forget those special dates.
Terms and Conditions of Use:
Vouchers are non-transferable. Everything But Flowers experience vouchers are redeemable directly with the experience provider with full details provided upon purchase. Recipients have 3 years to use the full value of the voucher.
Youve just landed a great new client. What next?
After youve landed a new client, you spend time getting to know them, their company, and their needs. Theyre also getting to know you, your company, and how you can help them achieve their goals. Its important to start each new relationship on the right foot. A great way to welcome new clients is to send corporate gifts and a lovely welcome message.
How do you give thoughtful corporate gifts to clients you dont know very well?
It can be hard to find the right corporate gifts for new clients. You may not know them well enough to pick out a highly personalised gift. But this shouldn't scare you away from sending a good present. A great welcoming gift can include a variety of treats and snacks. Food can be a good choice because its edible/disposable. Sending a non-disposable gift to a new client can be tricky. If they dont need or like it, they may still feel obligated to keep it in.
Its important that with your gift you send a welcoming note. Welcome them, thank them for their business, and express your interest in getting to know them and their company better. It can be tempting to send a template message, one that expresses all these sentiments, but without the work or writing the message every time you land a new client. However, its truly best to take 10 or 20 minutes to write a personalised message to each new client. The extra work will pay off in the long run!
Still need some help finding the right corporate gifts?
If youre still having trouble finding the right corporate gifts for your new clients, send a gift voucher! Again, a personalised message is the key when giving a gift certificate, like our $400 Gift Voucher. A gift voucher is a wonderful way to say thanks, while also allowing your new client to pick out the best gift for their office or company.
When sending a gift voucher, you can let your new client know if you were thinking of sending a specific item. They can still choose how they use their gift certificate, but you may find that your gift suggestion is helpful and much appreciated by them.
How much should you spend on corporate gifts for new clients?
Did your clients pay a retainer or pay upfront? If so, try not to send a very expensive gift. This could make your new client feel as if they paid for their own gift and they could resent this feeling. Even if your new clients didn't pay upfront or pay a retainer, its best not to splurge too much on your corporate gifts. It can look like youre showing off!
Save the bigger gifts for when your client has been with you for several years.
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