Practicing Gratitude in Your Jewelry Business

Gratitude is a virtue that needs to be practiced day in and day out. In your jewelry business, showing gratitude to your customers, clients and employees is a great way to build a great relationship with them. Value the people around you by making them feel heard and valued. Don’t forget, each person is an important piece of the puzzle. Get creative with your ideas! Here we have listed a few ideas to help you get started.


Write Handwritten Notes

Handwritten notes can be a great way to show your gratitude with a personal touch. You can either send out thank you notes with each order, or send out monthly notes to loyal customers. Thank them for their order, tell them how great their newly purchased piece will look on them, or reach out just to say “thank you for supporting our company for so long.” This is an easy way to make anyone feel appreciated, and it is a great way to keep a healthy relationship with a client going.


Employee Recognition

Without your employees, nothing would get done. Make sure that they know you are grateful for the hard work they contribute to keep your business going. One way to do this is by holding an employee of the month program. Each month, pick someone to recognize. Public recognition can make your employees feel valued as a part of your team. You can gift them a basket with some of their favorite things (if you don’t know what those things are-ask around!). Include some of their favorite snacks, a candle, a gift card, and maybe even gift them a beautiful piece of jewelry.


Take Them Out to Lunch

If you have the time, taking either a client or employee out to lunch is a great way to show that you are grateful for them, in terms of your business. It is such an easy idea, yet it is one that we can so often overlook. Making the time to take somebody to lunch conveys that you took time out of your day because that person is important to you.

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