We are looking forward to the coming year and hope to continue to build on the momentum we’ve developed in the past several years. Our plan is to be stronger, more creative, even more customer-service oriented, with new products you’ll love. Here is a link to our page in the December Vermont Business Magazine Profile issue
This past year we expanded more into project work with UVM, Northwest Medical Center, COTS and others helping to make signage and recognition pieces blend harmoniously. We found we liked it a lot – there’s a chance to make quite a difference and one client told us Jessie’s informed insight saved them considerable expense. Project work also led to more collaboration with local artists and manufacturing companies and we’d love to work more with them. If you are planning a renovation, expansion or new-build, we’d love to help!
Our core continues to be meaningful recognition awards that reflect our motto, “Recognition is Respect Made Visible.” We believe they play a major role in creating a workplace culture that makes a business – whether non-profit or for-profit – much more successful. This can be especially crucial when working with volunteers – you know they are not there for the pat on the back, but it sure feels nice! Budget constraints aren’t nearly as daunting as you might think.
Over the course of the year, I’m planning to use this blog to highlight many recognition insights, backed by statistics, as well as ideas for pieces ranging from very inexpensive to high-end.
We hope you’ll pause a moment and read – and if you’re interested – shoot me an email to be added to the e-newsletter that comes out about one a month.