Desk Plants Blog — indoor plants

When Choosing Business Gifts, Make it Memorable

When Choosing Business Gifts, Make it Memorable

Surely you’ve received a few gifts that left you less than enthusiastic. While there is a wrong way to give, research shows that we actually tend to underestimate the positive impact of giving thoughtful gifts on establishing connections and strengthening relationships. 

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Why Plants are a Perfect Gift to Build Business Relationships

Why Plants are a Perfect Gift to Build Business Relationships

Gift giving is an important part of any strategy for building authentic and meaningful business relationships. Gifting programs can help establish important connections with clients, employees, prospects, and partners or maintain those you’ve already built. A small, relatively inexpensive gesture can go a long way in creating long-lasting affinity for your company. 

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Plants Improve Concentration, Productivity, and Overall Mental Health

Plants Improve Concentration, Productivity, and Overall Mental Health

Now more than ever people are looking for ways to stay focused and energized as they work from home or socially-distanced at the office. While maintaining a work-life balance has a whole new set of challenges these days, there is a vast and growing body of research that shows that simply having plants in a work setting improves one’s ability to concentrate. 

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Climate Change Is Real Folks (And We're Doing Something About It!) Part 2 - The Tree Report

Climate Change Is Real Folks (And We're Doing Something About It!) Part 2 - The Tree Report

If you read our previous post, you’re well aware that climate change is not a distant threat to humanity, but a process that is currently devastating communities and regions around the world. “Hey, where’s the good news?!” You ask. As we promised, there is evidence-based hope to reverse trends of rising carbon emissions and bring atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) levels back down to a level safe for humans and our non-human pals to thrive for decades, if not centuries, to come. 

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