Reward your sales employees or surprise a top prospect with these amazing holiday swag ideas for salespeople, and productivity-boosting gestures to start the new year in our official guide to Christmas gifts for sales teams:
If sales teams around the globe had to put 2020 nutshell, their trials and tribulations of working from home with a remote sales team may come to mind. If that nutshell were made of wool, it would be North Face's ThermoBall™ Traction Bootie, comfortable and durable enough for the Mt. Killamonjaro-level terrain of your living room.
While you may not exchange a handshake or pass someone a card as often these days, people notice your nails more often than you might think. With a new year ahead and the future of anything "in-person" looking more bright, this gift is a perfect headstart on hygiene.
It's common knowledge that conversations prior to a morning coffee just shouldn't happen. But for sales reps, that early AM prospect call could make or break the revenue goal—even if they feel incapable of functioning properly. That's where F*cking Strong Coffee comes in.
Froth's sustainable, water-activated products are designed for the earth-lovers with zero-waste making it the perfect gift for that eco-friendly sales colleague that has a soul as rich as their revenue pipeline.
Whether in a mountain stream, a bucket of ice, or deep in a tradeshow maze of vendor booths, you've probably encountered a few branded water bottles. The marketing swag market is a fierce but necessary competition. Now, thanks to Snow Peak, there's really only one way to impress with a water bottle.
MasterClass is a popular streaming platform that makes it possible for anyone to watch or listen to video lessons taught by the world’s best. For sellers, we recommend: Daniel Pink, Anna Wintour, Bob Iger (Disney), Robin Roberts (Good Morning America), Chris Voss(FBI), Howard Schultz (Starbucks)
"In this stunning addition to the Assouline Ultimate Collection, Enrico Bernardo, the world’s best sommelier, imagines the perfect cellar filled with the most exceptional wines of the twentieth century." That's straight from the product description and frankly, we can't say much more than that.
The marketing team probably wishes that you'd spend more time working on the CRM puzzle—and we agree—but an intellectual distraction aka "creative warmup" is actually proven to enhance your creativity throughout the day. The Tycho Puzzle is both a mental and physical challenge built to support your overall. sales performance.
9. The Gift of a Great Drive (Maybe)
Sales can be won or lost with the swing of a golf club. Never worry about that again. Callaway's Big Bertha B21 has a new formula for distance, built to take the big miss out of your game and invite you back to the fairway—hopefully not after a mulligan or two.
No essential 2020 list is complete without noise-canceling headphones. The same goes for ours... You'll have to be ready to fork up some cash but rather than jumping quickly on the heftily-priced Apple Airpods Max, we suggest Bang & Olufsen's chic, ergonomic and stylish gear.
Multi-million dollar artwork has long been a cornerstone of investing for the ultra-wealthy. However, these paintings are expensive to acquire and the art market is generally burdened by high fees and lack of transparency. Masterworks is making this asset class available to anyone to invest in. Rare and valuable art pieces range from Keith Haring to Koons to Banksy.
Price: Based on investment
Closing on a new client or incremental revenue on a sales deal may be considered "negotiating" but breath freshness is a non-negotiable. Floris London's mouthwash is so concentrated you only need a small amount diluted in water to make the bottle last ages.
13. The Frank Lloyd Wright of LEGO Sets (Literally)
Frank Lloyd Wright's Darwin D. Martin House was built for a businessman Darwin D. Martin and was referred to as “the opus” by Wright himself. With this Atom Brick set, sellers can recreate the idealistic architecture while dreaming about making it realistic.
Gifting a watch may come across as naive. Hopefully, the salesperson or prospect you're talking to already has an exceptional collection. Respect their taste and reward their hustle with the best home for their watch showcase.
No, this isn't a "Ryan Started the Fire" joke from The Office. FLÎKR Fire is the first personal fireplace fueled by rubbing alcohol and was born out of the desire for a simple indoor fireplace that could operate on clean-burning, inexpensive, and readily available fuel.
Any good salesperson knows that it's not good unless it's in writing. Best Made Company's notebooks and Baron Fig's Squire pen ensure the ink on prospecting creativity is dry.
Price: $95 (Squire Pen), $70 (Map Notebooks Set)
The smell of sales success is guaranteed with this solid brass incense burner by KITH. We'd describe it in more detail but it's been too pleasantly overwhelming for our other senses.
This moisturizer delivers on the three skincare needs that sellers demand: thick (and natural) skin, anti-aging contrasts and stamina, and less irritation.
Ditch the tacky IKEA prints for something that's more unique and personable. The House of Spoils is an LA-based art shop curated by the popular newsletter Mr. Spoils. Their mission is to support emerging photographers and provide your customers and vendors with exceptional artwork for their walls.
Price: 5 Sizes Starting at $165
There's no greater gift than cold cash. And the best way to motivate and reward your whole sales team to maximize their commission and reach their revenue goals is with a comprehensive sales productivity tool. SalesScreen's platform empowers teams to unleash their full potential using a powerful suite of solutions from employee recognition software to competitions and leaderboards to data-driven sales coaching programs. Try it out now by signing up for a quick and easy demo below.
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