Business Gifts for Minor Holidays

Business Gifts for Minor Holidays

Welcome to GiftTree’s 20th Anniversary Blog Series: 20 Ways to Elevate Your Gift Giving. At GiftTree, we delight in taking ordinary gifting moments and transforming them into extraordinary ones. When a special occasion arises, giving a gift that doesn’t understate the sentiment is the cornerstone of gift-giving. Whether the gift-giving be professional or personal, throughout this series, we intend to focus in on what makes a good gifting moment great, as well as how you can learn to select the perfect gift for any milestone or cause for celebration. We’re focusing our attention today on business gifts for minor holidays! Giving a little something on a minor holiday is a great way to boost morale, send best wishes and let your clients, colleagues and employees know that you think of them fondly and often. Here are three ideas for small offerings that have a big impact!


Brighten up the office with flowers themed to the particular occasion!

Let your employees know you value their individual efforts with personalized gifts!

Treat the whole office to a gift basket filled with delicious snacks for every palate!


A little appreciation and celebration goes a long way! We all know when Christmas, Easter, Valentine’s Day and Independence Day are, but what exactly is a minor holiday, you ask? To help you keep track of the little holidays that come and go, here’s a quick list of minor holidays and business-related holidays for your easy access:


President’s Day – Third Monday in February

National Employee Appreciation Day – First Friday in March

International Women’s Day – March 8

St. Patrick’s Day – March 17

National Doctor’s Day – March 30

National Administrative Professional’s Day – Wednesday of the Last Full Week in April

National Teacher Appreciation Day – Tuesday of the First Full Week in May

Memorial Day  – Last Monday in May

Labor Day – First Monday of September

National Research Administrator Day – September 25

National IT Professional’s Day – Third Tuesday in September

National Tradesman Day – Third Friday in September

National Custodial Worker’s Recognition Day – October 2

National Customer Service Support Week – First Week in October

National Boss’s Day – October 16 (or closest work day)

Small Business Saturday – Saturday after Thanksgiving


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