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Corporate Christmas gifts that won’t cost the Earth

Cubic Promote 2 mins read
Items can be branded with your logo.

With the end of the year approaching thoughts are turning to how to best thank clients, suppliers and staff for their help throughout the year.

 

Whether you have worked with another business previously, hope to work with them in the future or have been referred work through them, a thank you gift is the best way to show your gratitude and strengthen the relationship.

 

With 10,000 acres of Amazonian rainforest being destroyed every day, climate change resulting in horrific fires and floods, and six million pieces of rubbish ending up in the ocean each year, choosing corporate gifts that don’t cost the Earth has never been more important.

 

Finding a gift that is environmentally friendly, stylish and affordable is easy with Cubic Promote’s range of classic and modern promotional products. One of their newest offerings that customers are already loving is their range of seed sticks. These nifty items look like matches and are impregnated with seeds. Simply plant in soil in either pot plants or garden beds and water regularly then wait for nature to do her thing. With Cubic’s range including native Australian botanicals, herbs and vegetable seeds, these seed sticks are an easy way to satisfy clients and nature. Best of all, the packaging can be printed with your company’s name and logo so clients will remember you long after the Christmas rush.

 

Eco-friendly lunch boxes and bento boxes also make popular gifts for people commuting to work each day. They are ideal in helping to avoid food waste, which currently sees each Australian throwing away 312 kg of food a year. Cubic’s range, which includes bamboo, BPA-free plastic and metal options, are ideal for storing leftovers in the fridge. Add your business name or logo to make this a useful, environmentally-friendly gift your clients will actually want to use.

 

Another eco-friendly Christmas gift idea is Cubic Promote’s range of reusable cutlery sets. Options include stainless steel or bamboo in either soft drawstring pouches or hard carry cases to take to work or on picnics. Again, these items can be printed with your logo and business name, making it a thoughtful and memorable gift idea.

 


About us:

Cubic Promote is Australia’s favourite supplier of promotional products, corporate gifts and custom apparel. We supply an extensive range of high-quality, cost effective promotional merchandise to Australian organisations, businesses and events. All of our promotional items can be branded with your logo, message or design, ensuring it resonates with your brand’s identity.

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