If you plan to open an anniversary to new products, or new office space, there is no better way than with your clients. Keep these guidelines in mind when you want to keep in touch with your clients and collegues and thank them for their collaboration.
Obviously your company’s grand opening will need some fan fare. Sending out a grand opening announcement is a great start. But you should also plan to host a party with clients, potential new clients, colleagues and business associates. They will all be proud to celebrate your new business with you. Keep these corporate invitations on the lighter side to get your guests excited about your business. Pick a bold ‘grand opening’ invitation, but keep in mind that this may set the tone for your corporate stationery and your future events
Introducing a new product with an event or party is a great way to get your clients involved. Send a corporate invitation that resembles a ‘new baby’ announcement for a touch of whimsy. A new product that you are unveiling is kind of like a ‘baby’ for you and your company, so why not treat it like one. You should be mindful that not all of your clients or colleagues will be familiar with your product so you don’t have to make the product the sole focus. Keep the event upbeat with refreshments, music, conversation and perhaps a short speech or demonstration about your new products.
Every year you’re in business is a reason to celebrate. And an anniversary invitation is a great way to say ‘thank you’ to your clients. They are the ones that help you keep your business alive, so make sure you recognize them with this milestone. While you might now celebrate every year with a party, you might consider sending a corporate thank-you note or anniversary announcement to your clients. This will keep you in their thoughts and give them a chance to congratulate you on your successes.
As your business grows, so will your space needs. Moving your office is a great chance to gather your clients and colleagues to show off your new space. Treat your moving like a housewarming event. Send ‘housewarming invitations to keep the tone light and festive. If your guest list is large, try to get your corporate invitations out before you actually move, you might be able to host your party in an empty office, giving you more space to mix and mingle. Waiting until after the actual move is perfectly acceptable, too, and gives your guests a chance to see your new office space all put together.
Whatever the occasion keep your clients in mind with great corporate invitations and fun parties to celebrate your milestones. Thanking your clients in this thoughtful way is a great way to promote your business and ensure their loyalty for years to come.
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