The 2019 Client Appreciation Calendar

Receiving any form of gratitude, whether it’s through a handwritten note, a bottle of wine, or even a simple cup of coffee, is always heartwarming and rewarding. But what resonates most is receiving something unexpectedly.

Getting that surprise gesture of “just because” creates excitement and appreciation. It makes an impact, which in turn leaves a powerful impression on those you are working with.

John Ruhlin, business gift-giving expert and author of “Giftology” says that typical holidays are  “the noisiest and most-cluttered time of the year. So we do our gifting the other 11 months out of the year.”

By tailoring your message properly you can turn a day not typically associated with business relationships into an opportunity to surprise and delight your clients and prospects. Choose “Valentine’s Day to send a gift that says, ‘We love working with you!’, or  St. Patrick’s Day to send one that says, ‘We’re lucky to have you as a partner!'”


2019 Appreciation Client Calendar

appreciation calendar

To get yourself ready for this year, we’ve put together a calendar with some fun and unique ideas on how to send gratitude when clients least expect it.

Click here to download The 2019 Appreciation Calendar


Send Effective Surprise Gestures 

While mailing a handwritten card or a physical gift to any client is always appreciated,  it is often impractical and inefficient given the time constraints of day to day business.

Using Thnks to send a personalized gesture, whether it would be a week of coffee, an Uber ride or lunch from Grubhub for an entire team can be done in seconds.

Sending these gestures instantly to your clients via email, SMS or Twitter helps you show appreciation all year around without having to wait until the December holidays.

Thnks makes it easy to incorporate gratitude into your daily workflow. In a few seconds, you can search for the perfect gift, personalize a note, and send it off via SMS or email. Interested in learning more? Sign up for a demo today!