In a world where loyalty to a particular business is a thing of the past, having a strategy to retain the clients you win is one of the best things you can have as part of your business model.
Wedding season is upon us. Your girlfriends are getting married. You want to get them just the right gift, and it can be hard to get just the right gift. What should you get your friends that can adequately mark this huge moment in their lives?
When you’re planning the great parties and celebrations in your life, there are so many details to get straight. From the guest list to the location and the food and the drinks and the entertainment – the list can literally seem endless.
Giving wine as a gift just got a whole lot more fun.
Finding the perfect gift can be a very difficult task. If someone on your gift list is a wine drinker, you can rest easy - your task just got a lot simpler.
Giving just the right gift can be really, really hard.
Sure, it’s not “create world peace” hard, but it’s difficult nonetheless. What you give and how you give it really matters. What’s more, choosing the right gift has the potential to make or break a friendship or romantic relationship.
National Wine Day is May 25th. That’s not to be confused with National Drink Wine Day, which is February 18th. Whether that means you’re just supposed to stare at a wine bottle in wonder on May 25, but not actually drink it, remains to be seen. Either way, it’s a day to celebrate the undeniable impact that wine has had on our culture, especially in recent years.
If your mom prefers a sweeter wine over a bold red, then this is for you. Treat her to a personalized gift this Mother's Day, particularly one that is as sweet as she is.
These Mother's Day gift ideas feature a custom engraving or personal wine label - specially made just for mom.
It’s graduation season again. Young adults are getting ready to pour out into the world and into the workforce to try to make a name for themselves.
Graduation has a way of bringing out all the feelings. It’s great to start on a new phase of life, but it’s also difficult to leave the old one behind. It’s interesting to meet new people, but it’s challenging to not see close friends all the time. You might be happy that you’re finally exiting the isolated world of your college (or city, even), but sad that you’re not going to have that comfort and security that your campus provided for years.
So what do you do? How do you bridge the gap between the old world and the new one?
We outline seven ways to celebrate graduation that can make it awesome and also help you manage the transition from one part of life to the next.
Ever wondered what that mini bottle of bubbly is called? Or that heavy, over-sized wine bottle you can barely lift? Read below for insider lingo and tips regarding everything you need to know about wine bottle sizes.