Ha what a long winter... Never leaving your big fluffy jacket, you only dream of warmth and sunshine. Good news: Valentine's Day is just around the corner! Considered as the festival of lovers, why don’t we shake things up by taking advantage of this occasion to show a gesture of affection towards not your lover but your employees. Would you like to please them and put a little sweetness in their lives? Why not offer them personalized gifts? 

But where does Valentine's Day really come from?

The origins of Valentine's Day are still unclear and discussed by historians. Some date it back to the 14th century in Great Britain, while others, more romantic, refer to the date of 14 February as the ideal day for showing your love. In fact, the sun is beginning to show and the mating season for birds would start on this date! We can then finally hear them singing again. It would therefore be by taking their example that love is in the air on Valentine's Day: from mid-February, we start to wait for the beginning of spring and make plans for the sunny days ahead.

Regardless of its origin, many couples take the opportunity to show their love with small attentions. For you, this is the right time to share the values of your company. Sharing kindness and little gifts strengthen the links with your team.

Know how to please

It is an unique moment to live and share conviviality. The aim is to please. It is the perfect opportunity to show your colleagues recognition, to thank them for their efforts in their work. Because when you think about it, we spend more time at the office than we do with our friends and family. The company must therefore establish itself as a place where conviviality reigns, and where everyone finds their own comfort and fulfilment zone. To ensure a healthy working atmosphere, but also and above all, to consolidate the bonds within the entire team, some companies do not hesitate to use Valentine's Day to underline their gratitude to their employees.

It’s the small things that make the difference

As you will have understood, the idea is not to wish each other "Happy Valentine's Day" between colleagues, by throwing loving glances at each other. But rather to find original ideas to create a convivial and friendly atmosphere.

A simple idea is, during a Lunch, for everyone to take turns to express in all frankness, without false naivety or hypocrisy, the bonds that unite you and the successes that you share.

Of course, if you have the necessary resources, Valentine's Day can be a good opportunity to share a team building activity together, but small, more modest, and well-chosen attentions will be equally appreciated. Think, for example, of personalized gifts.

A special Valentine’s day pack

To make your team happy on Valentine's Day, we propose you two pack of four special products.  An effective way to make a lasting impression and share a friendly moment!

Ha what a long winter... Never leaving your big fluffy jacket, you only dream of warmth and sunshine. Good news: Valentine's Day is just around the corner! Considered as the festival of lovers, why don’t we shake things up by taking advantage of this occasion to show a gesture of affection towards not your lover but your employees. Would you like to please them and put a little sweetness in their lives? Why not offer them personalized gifts? 

But where does Valentine's Day really come from?

The origins of Valentine's Day are still unclear and discussed by historians. Some date it back to the 14th century in Great Britain, while others, more romantic, refer to the date of 14 February as the ideal day for showing your love. In fact, the sun is beginning to show and the mating season for birds would start on this date! We can then finally hear them singing again. It would therefore be by taking their example that love is in the air on Valentine's Day: from mid-February, we start to wait for the beginning of spring and make plans for the sunny days ahead.

Regardless of its origin, many couples take the opportunity to show their love with small attentions. For you, this is the right time to share the values of your company. Sharing kindness and little gifts strengthen the links with your team.

Know how to please

It is a unique moment to live and share conviviality. The aim is to please. It is the perfect opportunity to show your colleagues recognition, to thank them for their efforts in their work. Because when you think about it, we spend more time at the office than we do with our friends and family. The company must therefore establish itself as a place where conviviality reigns, and where everyone finds their own comfort and fulfilment zone. To ensure a healthy working atmosphere, but also and above all, to consolidate the bonds within the entire team, some companies do not hesitate to use Valentine's Day to underline their gratitude to their employees.

It’s the small things that make the difference

As you will have understood, the idea is not to wish each other "Happy Valentine's Day" between colleagues, by throwing loving glances at each other. But rather to find original ideas to create a convivial and friendly atmosphere.

A simple idea is, during a Lunch, for everyone to take turns to express in all frankness, without false naivety or hypocrisy, the bonds that unite you and the successes that you share.

Of course, if you have the necessary resources, Valentine's Day can be a good opportunity to share a team building activity together, but small, more modest, and well-chosen attentions will be equally appreciated. Think, for example, of personalized gifts.

A special Valentine’s day pack

To make your team happy on Valentine's Day, we propose you two pack of four special products.  An effective way to make a lasting impression and share a friendly moment!