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We'd like to thank our staff and suppliers that have worked with us. We'd also like to thank our clients, past and present.
For example, we thought of offering our past clients a special birthday deal of prices based upon fifteen years ago (only those things that have gone up in price since, of course), such as one month's worth of work at the price of 15-years ago.
We thought of getting a fifteenth anniversary card (and e-card), too.
The problem is, an anniversay is only relevent to those celebrating it, why would anyone else be interested? The true answer is that they wouldn't. So, we have to offer them something.
What would you do?
Sensible suggestions, please, as we've already has a number of crazy ones from the team.
Fistly may I congatulate you on 15 years of business, bet you have seen some good and bad times.
Personally I would be looking to give a gift to all my clients/suppliers, something like a nice "quality" pen or similar.
however the problem arises that most of the business relationships that I am involved in, work because of my clients/suppliers staff, NOT the directors or senior management.
the people at the bottom of the ladder, are the 1s that need thanking etc etc, as they are the "make" or "break" people.
just a thought, sorry if its not helpful.
I'd forget about the clients, treat the staff and owners maybe a weekend in New York or something. Fifteen years is a huge milestone for a business, having said that maybe some of the clients think you have been around much longer?
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What's the weather going to be like? A few years back, an ad agency I sometimes work with put up an open-sided tent at the local county fair... had tables and chairs, a great buffet, and drinks... and it was a great, low key mixer. The event still stands out in my memory as especially nice.
You could probably have an open house if you can't find a county fair.
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