How you can unite your team who are working remotely with sustainable gift boxes with interactive packaging
Our research has shown that when employees receive gifts they want to receive an employee gift box as this allows them to enjoy lots of different food and drink snacks and makes them feel appreciated. 69% of employees say they will work harder if they feel appreciated. However, it is also important to employees that the gift reflects their values and does not feel like a marketing strategy. Too many corporates have sent gift boxes filled with branded merchandise including stress balls and pens, which often just go to waste and do not have the desired effect of making the staff feel appreciated.
That is why we have created the most exciting gift to give and receive at Social Stories Club. We have created sustainable gift boxes with interactive packaging.
The interactive packaging tells a sustainable story by engaging the consumer. It allows consumers to interact with the product and learn more about it. Interactive packaging can help to reduce waste by helping receivers to reuse the packaging as part of a fun game.
Why do employees want to receive an employee gift box?
Our research has shown workers would love to receive an employee gift box when they are given a corporate gift. This is because they want a gift they can enjoy the contents and it makes them feel appreciated. They appreciate receiving a gift that shows that their manager cares about them and their well-being. Not only can this be a good morale boost, but it can also help build trust between an employer and employee. Sending an employee gift box can be as simple as sending a small box of snacks for the employee to enjoy while working from home but employers are looking to stand out with their gift-giving. The key is to make sure that the gift makes sense for your company's culture and reflects the values of your company. Opting for sustainable corporate gift boxes with interesting social stories is a great choice and a team favourite. If you are unsure of how to give an employee a gift, do not hesitate to ask!
Why your employee gift box should have interactive packaging
What is interactive packaging? It can be as simple as using QR codes, offering reusable packaging, or a game or challenge embedded into the packaging. If you are looking for an interactive activity or gift to engage teams at the same time as demonstrating employee appreciation we have the perfect employee gift box for you. If a company wants an unusual corporate gift they can gift their employees a corporate gift hamper with an experience, one that is different from what they are used to. One option is a sustainable corporate gift box with interactive packaging. It is a way to engage with your team to come together, create a lasting connection, and learn about the values of the company. Interactive gifts are fun and can encourage healthy competition. There are a lot of benefits to interactive packaging, including its ability to engage your team, and bring everyone together to start fun conversations. Interactive packaging with your sustainable gift boxes can help your business stand out by giving it an “experience” factor. Another thing to keep in mind is cost savings; interactive packaging can be an added experience bonus that you will not have to pay extra for.
Social Stories Club’s sustainable corporate gift box with interactive packaging
At Social Stories Club our sustainable gift boxes are packaged in a biodegradable cardboard box where there is a detailed product story on the package itself, along with an interactive team game. Bring your team together either in person or over zoom. Have all the sustainable gift boxes sent out in advance and request the team not to open their employee gift box until everyone is together. When you are all gathered instruct everyone to open their package and watch in delight at their appreciation and happiness as they open their sustainable gift boxes and find they are filled with chocolates supporting women with previous convictions, bags supporting rescue dogs, and drinks fighting food waste. Watch as they open the story booklet and start to share the different stories behind the products and talk about sustainability. Once everyone has thoroughly enjoyed their gift announce there is a game. The packaging of the sustainable gift boxes are covered in beautiful illustrations of figures carrying out the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Everyone is given the following list and has to find all of the below on the packaging. The first to find all will win a prize. This will be a fun team activity where everyone will leave feeling fully appreciated and cohesive as a team
- Find a cabbage
- Find the giraffe
- Find a solar panel
- Find a ladder
- Find the organic carrot
- Find a swimming Jelly fish
- Find the empowered artist
- Find the wildlife photographer
- Find a pawn
- Find the telephone
- Find the fried egg
- Find the hula hoop
- Find the plaster
- Find a back pack
- Find the windmill
- Find the wind turbines
- Find the submarine
- Find a farmers hat
- Find a tea bag
- Find the basket ball hoop
- Find the tree house
- Find the pumpkin
- Find the winner
- Find the slide
Corporate gifts are a great way to make a lasting impression. We know that the thought of purchasing a gift for your team can be difficult and it can be hard to choose a gift with sustainable packaging that stands out. We take the stress and hassle out of gifting someone you care about by creating sustainable gift boxes that they will love. We also understand that employees working from home often have less access to socialising in the office and we have created an interactive experience that brings everyone together in a fun and engaging way. When it comes to giving an employee gift it should reflect the values of the company and reflect what’s important to the team. At Social Stories Club we have the perfect sustainable corporate gift boxes for your team. We have curated a variety of corporate gifting options filled with delicious and useful products. We hope that you enjoy your experience and that you will send us feedback so that we can improve on what we have created.
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A corporate gift hamper is a great way to show your staff that you care about them and their wellbeing. It can also be a fun way to celebrate special occasions or show staff appreciation. When you give your employees or clients a gift, they usually feel cared for and more connected to the organisation.
Social Stories Club Corporate Gifting
If you are looking to show your team how much they are appreciated, attract and retain clients, or you have a corporate event and you want to create an impression, then our sustainable corporate hampers are just what you need. We have created the most exciting gift to give and receive which are packaged beautifully using sustainable materials, filled with delicious products made by social enterprises, and also include a storybook starting conversations about sustainability.
"Social Stories Club is a fantastic initiative that enables social enterprises to collaborate in such a creative way. The perfect way to buy gifts with a social impact" - David Adair, Head of Community Engagement, PwC