When hosting an event, every detail matters. With a list of important attendees and a reputation to uphold, it’s always a juggling act to make sure everything runs smoothly on the day. When your guests depart, sending them off with a memento can leave a lasting impression. For better or worse. If your corporate gifts are subpar, then they might dissuade people from visiting next year.
Just like events planning, The City Works aim to get every detail right when designing new products. Quality colours, papers, manufacturing, packaging, service, and of course, design, all matter when the latest collection is being puzzled together.
The high amount of work we put into our products can symbolise the work that you put into your event. Furthermore, everything we make, depicts a different town, city, or interesting part of the world. So chances are, The City Works could work for you, wherever your next occasion might take place.
In October 2015, we partnered with London-based branding agency Evolve. The team were holding a meet-up of London’s many creative individuals at Gordon Ramsay’s Heddon Street Kitchen. Titled #BRANDLONDON, the goal was to hold talks and workshops, and open a discussion about how London was changing.
Complimentary canapés and cocktails aside, the event was a very creative analysis of London’s various challenges. Our little Debossed London Minibooks made the apt compliment to the topic of debate. These corporate gifts formed part of a London goodie bag at the end.
In September 2016 we were asked by Statistik Austria to make a special Vienna journal. This Austrian organisation is tasked with compiling statistics from various public spheres. This year, Vienna is the host city of the annual DGINS, a global conference about statistics. An Austrian-red 144 page journal was produced for every attendee.
If you are planning a high quality event in the near future, one that might be better remembered through high quality corporate gifts, please send us a note via our contact form with the project you had in mind.
Article by Rowan Ottesen, Co-founder of The City Works.