Of all the things digital, detox is something that no one is exactly fond of. Because it requires extreme levels of abstinence towards something that has become an inevitable part of our everyday lives – our phones and laptops.
Computers come with a little something that scurries all over your desk. Laptops don’t need one, but ask anyone and they’d say you are better off with one. And as far as devices go, our guess is it’s the only one named after a four-legged restless rodent.
It’s the humble mouse.
Over the years, most mice have lost their tails, their surroundings have tidied up.
And while cushy mousepads used to be their natural habitat, these days the only ones that exist are designed solely for impassioned gamers.
A company decides to give gifts as a way of saying ‘thank you’ for the relationship it enjoys with a business partner. In that sense, the company is strengthening this relationship through the gifts that they have decided to give. If the relationship was not valuable, they would not have decided to give the gift in the first place!
It is that time of the year, when companies are trying to figure out - what to gift (clients/customers, business partners, employees), where to buy these gifts from, and what the top picks of the season are. Nikhil Ranjan, MD of William Penn through his experience has made a list of guidelines.
With an influx of protean thinkers who are willing to push the envelope and experiment with dynamic business models, the new-age CEO’s demonstrate ideal organizational goals. The only commonality between the CEO’s, was that they preferred utilizing products from William Penn as it boosted their efficiency and was in par with their status quo.