Executive Gifts For Rock-Solid Deals

Rock Solid Relationships Casted In Stone

The art of buying high-level executive gifts in a global competitive environment is becoming more complex when considering the various cultures and customs at the boardroom table.

Giving A Luxurious Gift Is Personal And Strategic

The gift – or as RDL refers to it: largess, which means generosity in bestowing gifts upon others – reveals and signifies the level of esteem and stature of the receiver, beholden in the eyes of the giver.  

In other words, the more valuable the largess, the higher the perceived status of the receiver, and the more a business relationship is desired with the receiver.

At the same token, a largess reflects the enhanced status, style, grace and savoir-faire of the giver, basically portraying a positive and promising intent of trust and loyalty.

So, when you want to show honest intent to an important potential business partner, or reveal your appreciation for a high profile client, or visit a prospect partner in a different country for the first time, it’s often custom and politically correct to bestow a high-end, valuable and thoughtful largess, depending on their culture of course.

The high quality gift itself should be symbolic, showing that you’re willing to invest in building this relationship over a long time. The symbolism of the gift is only as strong as the meaning behind it, and it can be a huge business faux pas to give an inappropriate gift.

For example, a La Vie Boheme ladies wallet made of genuine Russian calf skin might not be the best gift to give to a business in an area with a large Hindu population where cows are sacred.

An appropriate executive gift, is something that has an extra special touch of class to it – that eminence of elegance and luxury that really says it all…

The appeal of luxury goods is undeniable – the leather is softer, the shoes are more comfortable, the dress just more ethereal, that suit ideal for depicting financial success, the executive jewellery and timeless watch communicating a personal sense of style, a symbol of prestige and influence.

But the pinnacle of eternal everlasting luxury craft, is a gemstone so small and powerful, it can fit an entire wealth asset portfolio in the palm of your hand.

Which is why it makes the most perfect gift to forge rock solid relationships in business.

But as everything else – it’s more about how it will make the receiver feel.

In other words, they need to feel valued, acknowledged for who they are, recognised for their business acumen, and appreciated no matter their religion, culture, gender, sexual orientation or colour. 

To do business with you, they will always need to feel trusted and respected.

The largess then needs to be so powerful and memorable that it will be irrevocably burn a gratifying memory into the client’s mind, a memorabilia of appreciation, authenticity and class.

What possibly then, could be more valuable gift than an exotic gemstone?

Coloured gemstones as a gift are the best reflectors of symbolism, sentiments, emotions and lasting endurance. 

They resist wear and tear and the receiver will always think of you every time they see it.

Giving gifts to new client prospects, loyal clients, customers or supply chain and star employees, will help establish rich and prosperous working relationships that will help your business grow.

A carefully selected gemstone gift make a worthy and valuable statement: “I’m in business with you for the long haul.”

Gemstones suitable as executive gifts include:

  • Ruby
  • Sapphire
  • Emerald
  • Morganite
  • Aquamarine
  • Golden Beryl
  • Tsavorite Grossular Garnet
  • Garnets
  • Spinel
  • Tanzanite
  • Imperial Topaz
  • Kornerupine
  • Alexandrite
  • Jade
  • Jadeite

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