Corporate Gifts

 

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Fully Branded Luxury Brownies Boxes for Blue Yonder - 150 boxes sent for their direct mail marketing campaign.

Our eye-catching and delicious gift boxes are a great way to make your campaigns, events or team celebrations utterly unforgettable.

In business, sending a personal message of appreciation can make all the difference. Show your team and clients you care by sending gifts with a difference. Browse Our Collection for a gift that works for you.

We can tailor your gifts by branding treats or gift boxes to suit your business goals:

  • Individually wrapped branded brownie bites (perfect for events or exhibitions to make your brand stand out from the rest)
  • Branded jars of biscuits or cake mixes (fun gifts to be shared in the office or sent as a 'Bake Off Style' campaign to promote an event!)
  • Edible branding on cupcakes/ brownies/ biscuits (perfect for events, exhibitions or team celebrations!)
  • Christmas Gifts
  • Branded gift cards 
  • Fully branded gift boxes of sweet treats (great for direct mail campaigns to send out to potential clients - beautifully designed for maximum impact!)

Add your personal message in the gift card, and leave the logistics to us... simply email us hello@thesweetreasoncompany.co.uk with your requirements for a quote!

The above are examples of gifts we have provided for businesses in the past. If you have any other gifting ideas in mind, please let us know & we will do our best to find a solution for you! 

 

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Branded Cake Mix Jars for The Nursing Times Awards. These 'bake your own' gift jars were sent to the nominees for a 'Bake Off' social media competition.

 

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Branded Brownie Bites for Malibu Boats - they were exhibiting at The London Boat Show 2018 & wanted some unique branded treats (instead of boring old pens!) to give away at their stand.

 

 

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Fully Branded Afternoon Tea Gift Boxes sent to over 100 schools in London to promote The Big Life Project. What better way to organise a follow up call than over a treat & a cup of tea?