The culture of gifting is a traditional one. All of us, as kids, must have received several gifts from our family and friends. For scoring well in exams, birthdays, festivals, sports achievements, or at times for no reason at all, presents brought a different kind of joy in our lives. These little gifts communicated how valued or appreciated we were. While we have grown up, this association with gifts has hardly changed.
Even a small gift can act as a token of appreciation and let the other person know that you are thinking about them. It holds true even in corporate environments. Whatever feat a company achieves, it is due to the collective efforts of several people involved, including employees, customers and vendor partners. And hence, appreciation should be extended to all of them. It will also help you boost their morale.
Is it really feasible?
However, a lot of us must be thinking of Diwali gifts as just another expense that we must avoid in the current times.
Well, there’s another way to think about this. A small gift will not only commemorate Diwali but will also serve as a reminder that even in tough times, the organisation is thinking about its people. It will be a warm, heartfelt respite from the stressful situation that all of us are into.
Imagine a person’s face when they receive a small gift during Diwali despite the pandemic. A bright smile on their face will make this Diwali a lot more happier. And, you can make this happen from the safety of your home.
We have tried to spread happiness amongst people with our Contactless gifting solution . It intends to continue the tradition of gifting while making these tough times a little bit easier. Crafted with the belief that a little appreciation goes a long way, our contactless solutions will offer you end-to-end assistance in giving gifts and ensuring that they reach your employees wherever they are. It aims to make this Diwali a memorable one for everyone associated with your organisation.
You can reach out to us if you want to know more about this. Also, let us know your thoughts about gifting in the pandemic.