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corporate gifting

Moen Makes A Splash With VIP Gifts

In Business Gifting, Case Studies

Case Study: Moen Makes A VIP Splash   When Moen, the number-one faucet brand in North America, launched a new innovation and design center at Chicago’s Merchandise Mart, they turned to Knack for their VIP gift program.  “Moen is constantly growing and innovating in ways that surprise our customers and the industry. It’s only natural that the next progression in the evolution of this industry icon is a fully immersive and experiential…

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2018 Holiday Gifting Tips For The Office

In Business Gifting, Expert Gift Tips, Genius Gifting Tips, Holiday 2018

Office Holiday Gifting Made Practically Painless Now that you know how to pick the perfect gift for that “tough to shop for” family member, you should have no problem navigating workplace gift giving etiquette. You probably spend as much time with your coworkers as with your family–perhaps even more!–so it’s unlikely you’ll be able to avoid office holiday gifting entirely. Not to worry, for we’ve covered almost every scenario you might encounter…

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Knack’s Forbes Feature: “The $125B Business Of Business Gifting”

In Business Gifting, Expert Gift Tips, Holiday 2018

We have exciting news to share! Earlier this month, we were mentioned in Forbes for our recent business findings. Our founder, Laura Jennings, shared key insights from Knack’s 2019 Business Gift Satisfaction Report. To no surprise, knowing what business gifts to give and how much to spend can support – or hurt – business growth. We decided to publish these findings to not only better our own practices, but to help like-minded individuals that are…

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How To Stop Your Company Branded Gifts From Being Re-Gifted

In Business Gifting

We’ve all received them before — a water bottle, a sweatshirt, a day planner, all branded with a company logo. The quality might be great. And they’re useful items. But still. Branded gifts are just that — branded— when they could be so much more personal.  While the intent of the gift giver may have been well-meaning, branded gifts don’t feel as special to recipients. And we have proof. In our 2017…

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