When gifting corporately this season, or any time, as with all relationship building exercises, think about what you want to achieve first.
At Society Awards we take gifting seriously – we custom design our own gifting platforms, and we also utilize our own great selection of readymade designs. When we think about corporate gifting, we treat it like any other branding initiative and consider strategy first: what objectives are we trying to achieve?READ MORE
There are three interrelated reasons why Society Awards products are superior. The first is emotional, the second is practical and the third is experiential.
The Most Prestigious Brands & Award Shows Trust Us
First, when you get a product from Society Awards, you are buying from a prestigious awards brand name. There’s a pride and a guarantee that backs a brand name, and a reputation to uphold. It means that everything we do is thought through, viewed through the lens of our brand values, and is rigorously tested to be up to our standards.
Design and aesthetics are major components of our values. We put together a total package that imbues our products with more value, because our recipients value them more highly. This is due to the value of our brand and our experience with awards. When you work with Society Awards, you know you’re with the company trusted by most famous award shows.
In my small company, everyone helps customers. Everyone is educated, capable, smart and interesting. We’re well spoken, intelligent human beings. When a customer calls (or emails) I want the first thing they notice to be that they have reached a human – a helpful, friendly human who appreciates their contact and is an expert in the product category, who is interested to know all about the customer’s needs, and who has set aside the whole world to focus exclusively on giving full attention to that customer. As opposed to someone who is keeping up a wall of impersonality, or who is apparently busy or disengaged. Customers will quickly realize that they have reached a friendly person who is there to help them.READ MORE
Since pre-Hellenistic culture, through the Roman Empire, and even still to this day, money is often the prize awarded for competitions. It can be direct, as in the case of charitable grants and Nobel Prizes, or indirect, as in the case for entertainment awards which raise an artist’s earning potential – or even with corporate employees where awards can do the same and make the recipient more marketable.
But what about the object, the trophy? And why was it so often a cup?READ MORE
We are proud to announce that for the third year in a row, Society Awards has been named by Inc magazine as one of America’s fastest growing private companies in their annual 500|5000 list. This year, Society Awards took a spotlight in Times Square with the announcement of our place as #2232!READ MORE
Some of the most interesting parts of what we do are the most secret. Here we expose all or nothing – tongue in cheek.
Q: How much does it cost to make a National Emmy® Statuette?
A: National Emmys®, cost $1 million to “make”, because they are made of a solid 12kt gold core, with a pure 18kt gold exterior, except for the vertical structure of the base which would not be strong enough to be made out of gold and instead is stamped steel gold plated. Specially selected FedEx executives actually make the pickups and deliveries personally, handcuffed to spy-style suitcases, with a retinue of armed guards, provided by each state into which the Emmy® is being sent.READ MORE