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Tips For Tasteful Business Holiday Greetings
Print Personalized Holiday Greetings for Your Business! The holiday season is a great time to extend best wishes to your business clients and colleagues. See the following tips on how to make sure you're sending the right message. Then browse our collection of downloadable templates for holiday cards, letterhead/stationery, postcards, and labels. Select the most appropriate design, add your own personal thoughts, and you're ready to print out your holiday greetings...
Keep "business" out of your holiday greetings
It's fine to include your business name or logo with your holiday message, but leave other business matters for a separate communication. The most heartfelt holiday messages express appreciation and good wishes for the future.
Be sensitive to the various ways people celebrate the holiday season
Christmas and Hanukkah are just two observed holidays; some people celebrate Ramadan or Kwanzaa and others don't celebrate at all at this time of year. Keep your message all-encompassing unless you're certain of your audience. (Note that if your business is associated with a particular religion or way of life, your customers and colleagues will expect and accept a more spiritual or philosophical message from you.)
Sign all your greeting cards personally
Your handwritten signature adds a nice human touch and stands out in the flurry of electronic communications.
Know when it's appropriate to give a gift and when it's not
Investigate what's acceptable in your business' corporate culture and stay within those parameters. Specialty foods, coffees and teas, or desk accessories are usually considered appropriate, but avoid being extravagant.
In lieu of gift-giving, consider making a significant contribution to your favorite charity
Send out cards that explain the donation and provide background on the charity's mission. Your clients and peers will appreciate your generosity and sense of community. (As an added bonus, you may be able to take a tax deduction at the end of the year.)