Fantastic Gift Optionss for New Corporate Executives

A new or junior business executive finds that the life of an executive has a very “keeping up with the Joneses’ feel”. For that reason, there are many appropriate gifts for new business executives to make their jobs easier and more stylish. Fortunately, there are corporate gifts suppliers where you can order one or few of these items today. 

Every business person (man or woman) needs a good briefcase. The briefcase has become the iconic symbol of this blanketed profession of “business person”. Designers like Kenneth Cole make stellar business cases in all sizes for about $100 on up. Basic models are made of high-quality leather and are fully lined. Most have slots or pockets for things like cell phones and business cards. Be sure to purchase one with both a padded carry handle and a removable shoulder strap. 

Next, a nice pen makes a very traditional and well-appreciated gift for any business exec. When purchasing a pen, quality is the key. Cross is the top name in pens for executives that is widely available throughout the country. A good model is the Cross Townsend Selectip Rolling Ball pen. It retails for around $75, but is guaranteed to be free of mechanical defects for life so your business person will surely get enough use of it to warrant the hefty price tag. The Townsend model comes in various color styles like quartz blue and titanium, so you can buy one to match their favorite suit. Cross products come gift packaged so it reduces another thing to worry about during the holidays. 

Anyone involved in virtually any type of business knows that you a mass a ton of business cards from various contacts. Nothing is more frustrating than losing the business card of an important person that you need to get a hold of. However, the CardScan Executive 700 Compact Business Card Scanner is the solution. This machine is definitely a beneficial product for business people that make a lot of contacts, like sales reps. The tiny scanner weighs only 8 ounces, which makes it portable for travel. All you do is scan any business card you may get into the machine. The machine reads the card, detects any print on the card, and stores the information electronically for quick access at a later date. The scanner includes software to search and manage your card database easily. It also finds duplicate entries and eliminates them. For about $215, this machine has been a God-send to many executives that meet a large number of business contacts. 

For the executive’s own business cards, a nice business card case is a great gift. A simple leather one can be purchased from Royce Leather for about $15. If you’re looking for something a little more ostentatious and high-end, Mondera makes a great card case in sterling silver that retails around $100 and is engraveable for that extra personal touch. 

A lot of new executives aren’t the coffee junkies of twenty years ago. Many prefer cold beverages. Red Envelope has the perfect gift for soda and other cold drink lovers. The USB Beverage Chiller plugs into an executive’s USB computer port and it keeps their drink at a chilly 45 degrees. It will definitely eliminate the business person’s trips to the break room for ice when they are trying hard to meet a deadline. 

Oftentimes, execs spend a great deal of time in their office with few breaks. So, when your new executive gets five extra minutes to relax, make sure they have the Sharper Image Sound Soother 20 in their office. The Sound Soother has twenty sounds including windchimes and foghorns to help a business person relax from their busy day. The unit has both volume control and a headphone jack so it doesn’t disturb the person in the adjacent office. 

If one of these gifts doesn’t meet the needs of your new business person, be sure to check out both www.amazon.com and www.redenvelope.com for additional ideas. 

Julia

Julia

Julia Arostegi lives in California USA. She took Developmental Communication at the University of California and finished her studies in 2012. She is currently the managing director of California Magazine. She is also a blogger, content enthusiast and a photographer.