6 Eco-Friendly Corporate Gift Ideas To Buy This Holiday Season

November 14, 2019

6 Eco-Friendly Corporate Gift Ideas To Buy This Holiday Season

Did you know that about 50% of consumers think about environment concerns before buying something new? 

With rising ocean temperatures, worsening air quality, more garbage winding up in overcrowded landfills, and growing climate change concerns, people want to give gifts that they can feel good about and are sustainable, high-quality, and ethically made. This is especially true for Millennials and Gen Z consumers.

If you can demonstrate that your brand cares about the environment, you’ll earn their respect and likely additional business.  

One small way to show this is with the corporate gifts that you send out every year. This starts by sending out eco-friendly gifts that are reusable, made from recycled material and/or make it easy for more people to go green. 

In this post, we’re sharing six of our favorite eco-friendly corporate gift ideas. 

Bluetooth Speaker Insulated Bottle 

bluetooth waterbottle
This Bluetooth Speaker Insulated Bottle
will surely be a conversation starter. With copper-lined, double-walled insulation, a sleek design, and 4 hours of music listening time, your customers can stay hydrated while jamming out to their favorite tunes, whether at work, the gym, or at the beach. Bonus - your brand will always be along for the ride.

48" Recycled Umbrella with Wood Handle

recycled umbrella
I know what you are thinking - an umbrella as a holiday gift? This isn’t your ordinary umbrella that is going to break during the first large rain gust. For starters, it is made from recyclable materials and has a sturdy wood handle. It is designed to keep your employees, customers, and vendors nice and dry.

Recycled Journal Travel Gift Set

recycled journal, pen, passport holder and luggage tag

One of our clients - a travel company that specializes in eco-friendly tours - bought these for all of their customers before their tour so they can document the trip. Cool, right? This Recycled Journal Travel Gift Set is an ideal gift for anyone who travels - both for personal and business. It comes with a notebook, pen, passport holder and luggage tag. All of which are made from recycled water bottles.

Organic Apple Paper Journal 

apple paper journal
Because you can never have too many journals, this organic customizable apple paper journal is a cool and sustainable gift idea. In fact, all of the paper is made entirely from apple peels. There is even an apple printed on each page along with your debossed logo on the front of the journal (no ink used so extra eco-friendly!)

Insulated Tumbler in a Cylindrical Box 

reusable water bottle in a cylindrical box
With double-walled stainless steel construction, copper insulation, and a screw-on bamboo light. This reusable tumbler will keep drinks cold for up to 48 hours. It also comes in a two-piece, cylindrical box with an embossed water drop pattern, which is sure to catch a few eyes. 

Portable Bamboo Speaker 

portable bamboo speaker
This is the perfect gift for all eco-friendly techies. You can listen to tunes on this portable Bamboo speaker, which syncs seamlessly to all Bluetooth-enabled smartphones, tablets, and computers. Rock on!

In sum, eco-friendly gifts are trendy. Whether you are looking to buy journals and pens, insulated water bottles, or portable speakers, these are eight eco-friendly corporate gift options that you and your intended recipients can feel good about.

If you are in the market for eco-friendly corporate gifts, we can help. Feel free to email us here or give us a call at 888-553-9569.

Featured Image Credit -  Singkham / Pexels


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