New Year’s Cards


New Year's Day 2022 is Saturday, January 1

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4 Ways to Get the New Year Started Off on the Right Foot

The New Year is a time of both reflection and planning ahead. For businesses, it’s the perfect opportunity to recognize and reconnect with customers and employees as well as celebrate individual milestones and company-wide successes.
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4 Steps to Take the Stress Out of Company Holiday Cards

Purpose, design, customization and mailing services, this easy guide covers it all and will make the process of sending company holiday cards smooth and effortless.
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No Party, No Problem: 6 Ways to Celebrate Employees This Holiday Season

Don’t strike the idea of practicing employee appreciation at the holidays just because this year’s been rocky. You can still find clever ways to support, honor, and thank workers for their tremendous contributions.
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What are the advantages of sending New Year’s cards instead of a traditional holiday card?

Using a greeting card to send New Year wishes to customers has several advantages:

  • Oops. You forgot to order your holiday cards. You can mail a business New Year’s Card any time in December or January. There’s even the option to mail a business Valentine’s Day appreciation card.

  • Stand out. By mailing in late December or January, your New Year business greetings card will arrive later than most other holiday cards.

  • Start the new year off right. The beginning of a new year is a great time to encourage conversation with customers as well as wish them well throughout the upcoming year. It’s a new beginning at your business—and it’s time to reinvigorate your employees. Greet employees returning from their holiday break with a Happy New Year card waiting on their desk. It’s an exciting, fun way to say, “Welcome back!”

  • Don’t forget Chinese New Year cards. This festival, also known as Lunar New Year, is important in Chinese culture and is a great way to introduce your clients to a culturally diverse celebration.