‘Tis the season for alcohol-fueled agency holiday parties.
If you’re wondering what to get for your favorite copywriter or media planner, worry no further. Digiday has got your back with its new Agency Holiday Gift Guide, so that you can show that special someone you really appreciate their hard work. Here are a few ideas to make your colleague happy:
Nothing says ‘cutting edge’ like a 3D printer. You can even skip the Cannes Lions next year and print out your own awards now! How cool is that?
Developer: Remote Control Drone Plane
For the price of $267.99, you can buy your favorite developer an iPhone controlled Drone plane.
CFO: An On-Time Client Payment
You probably can’t guarantee your CFO this one, but I’m sure they’d love to receive at least one on-time payment from a client. Brands, if you’re reading this, have a heart. It is the holidays, after all.
Media Planner: Nothing
The best thing about shopping for media planners is that you don’t have to get them anything because they already get all of the best gifts from clients! Save your money for that drone plane.
CEO: A Child Harness
Agencies have a tough time attracting and retaining top talent. The perfect gift for an agency CEO to hang onto rising young stars comes in ‘tan bear’ and ‘monkey’, so don’t hesitate to test out which is comfortable for yourself before you buy.
Account Manager: A Deal Where Both The Client And Creative Don’t Hate You
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