4 Customer Touchpoint Gift Ideas for Your Business

Customer Appreciation Small Business

Customer gifts are not only a great way to keep in touch with your clients, they are also a great way to show how much you appreciate them. To help you create stronger relationships with your clients, we have listed four different customer touchpoint gift ideas below.

Sweet Treats

Who doesn’t love baked goods? Sending a variety of treats from a local bakery is a great way to say hello to customers or prospects while keeping their sweet tooth satisfied. This is a cost-effective option if you have multiple points of contact at the same office. 

Donations to Charity

By donating to charity in your customer’s name, you can give a gift to your client while supporting a good cause at the same time. Donating to a cause that’s important to your clients is also an awesome way of showing that you pay attention and care about what matters to them.

Cards and Notes

Never underestimate the power of a handwritten card or note. Sending a note to a client to thank them for being a loyal customer or to congratulate them on big milestones goes a long way in cementing your personal connection with the recipient. Just make sure you’re being genuine and making it personal! 

Gift Boxes

If you’re looking to make someone feel extra special, a box full of different high quality items is the way to go! Gift Better Co. boxes amplify the impact of meaningful gifting by tying each gift to a social action, so that both senders and recipients can feel great about each box. We offer custom corporate gifting programs for both employee gifting and customer touchpoints, so you can keep in touch with those that mean the most to you and your business while giving back. 

If you are interested in sending a gift box to your clients, click here to learn more about Gift Better Co.’s gift boxes. You can also reach out to custom@giftbetter.co if you would like to give your clients customized gift boxes. 

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