Useful gifts for your coworkers

A cute personalized mug

For most of us, the foundation of a productive workday is a cup of something energizing, be it tea or coffee.  If you're in charge of all the corporate gifts this year, you can also make a group cups corporate order with your company logo.

A smart coffee mug warmer

Coffee mug warmer has a gravity induction switch so it automatically turns on or off when your mug is on it.  It's oversized to fit nearly any mug and is covered with thermal conductive glass so small spills won't damage it.

An encouraging desk calendar

Give your coworker an encouraging daily boost with a page-a-day desk calendar.  This one includes positive mantras, encouraging quotes, and insightful questions for reflection.

A small desktop whiteboard with storage

Your coworker will be able to take quick notes and jot down reminders with this mini desktop whiteboard.  It includes a marker tray, a spot to keep their phone, and lifts up for additional storage to help keep their desk organized.

A gorgeous, personalized nameplate

Help your coworker celebrate a new title or decorate their desk with a beautiful, personalized acrylic desk plaque. 

A stylish set for their lunch

If your coworker always brings their lunch from home (or always wants to bring their lunch from home), a stylish lunch box will keep their lunch safe and fresh in the work fridge.

A mini humidifier with color-changing lights

The essential oil diffuser is the perfect trick to get rid of the stuffiness and feeling confined at an office desk.

A portable four-liter mini fridge

The mini-fridge is a lifesaver for coworkers whose food or drinks are always being taken in the office. It can store up to six 12-ounce sodas and can switch between cold and warm temperatures.

A charging stand for their desk to keep things organized

Help your coworker keep their cluttered wires under control with wireless charger, which can charge through most protective phone cases.



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