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Corporate Gifting Tip: Be Mindful Of Storage And Recycling Of Cardboard And Packaging

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We love a corporate gifting tip, and this blog post covers a little tip for anybody who is looking to do their own corporate gifting. 

It is important to remember that all of the products that are going into the gift packages that you are assembling for those amazing people you work with, or clients you would love to thank, have been ordered from amazing businesses. Therefore, they in turn love their products just as much as you, so of course they want to make sure they arrive to you in perfect condition.

Let’s talk packaging…

When undertaking a corporate gifting project, it is necessary to be mindful that the person organising this task needs to be prepared for all the outer packaging. This packaging is used to deliver the products that you are going to use in your gift packages. There will be a lot of cardboard that has to be broken down, stored and then recycled before you even start gift assembly. This in itself can be a big problem, especially if you are working in a small space, so we just wanted to give you the heads up.  

Be mindful that unless you have a good relationship with your refuse collector, you will be charged if you have to take it to a recycling centre, and you will also have to contend with the logistics of getting it there.

It is so exciting when all the products you order have arrived, but make sure you have a place where you can unpack and store them ready to be quality checked before you start the gift assembly. You can check out our blog post about the best way to make sure all your products are checked to the highest standard here.

We hope this post will help you with your next corporate gifting project, and ensure that none of the storage and recycling logistics become too overwhelming.

Nicky Fox

Nicky Fox

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