Sending out your corporate holiday cards shouldn't be a fate worse than biting into Aunt Ruth's fruitcake - instead, you can make this year's corporate holiday card mailing easier than pumpkin pie by following these four simple steps to business Christmas card etiquette.
Select a corporate holiday card that expresses the level of formality appropriate to your organization. From classic, patterned corporate Christmas cards to the cheerful holiday characters of more whimsical business holiday cards, find a company holiday card to fit both the size and feel of your business.
- Create a list of employees, clients and partners to send your business holiday cards to. Be inclusive in your list, sending holiday greetings to as many people in your network as possible or else you might earn a reputation as a holiday card Scrooge!
Order your corporate holiday cards as early as possible. The best stationery companies, like Tiny Prints, are prepared for company holiday card orders as early as July 1. Ordering early gives you plenty of time to sign, address and mail all of your business holiday cards before the holiday rush.
- Send your company holiday cards between December 1 and December 31. Mailing them earlier in the season gives you ample time to send New Year's Cards as well. This latest trend in corporate holiday stationery allows you to start the New Year off right by celebrating with your employees in style!
This easy timeline transforms sending corporate holiday cards from coal-in-your-stocking boring to candy-cane-lane fun!