Event Canceled Due to Coronavirus? Send Attendees This Swag

Gifts for the Good Life designed clever solutions for at-home employees, clients, and more.

Gifts for the Good Life

As event industry pros grapple with issues surrounding the coronavirus, the team at Gifts for the Good Life, a gifting company known for its thoughtful ideas, is offering swag support.

“With conference cancellations, event uncertainty, and telecommuting on the rise, we know that forward-thinking companies are looking for alternative ways to connect,” said Susan Turnock, co-owner of the Pen Argyl, Pennsylvania-based company, along with Heather Arak. “We see creativity and care as key components to helping our partners in everyday gifting, as well as navigating challenges.”

From a simple wellness kit to a more complete teleconference package, here are some creative ideas Gifts for the Good Life designed for their clients to help them remain productive and, above all, safe.


Amp up everyday self-care with a custom tea blend, honey sticks, an immune booster, comfy socks, and other small practical luxuries.


Arm travelers with serious germ-fighting tools including a travel humidifier, collapsible water bottle, and hydration multiplier, along with hand sanitizer, screen cleaner, and all-purpose wipes. This kit helps streamline packing with compact solutions that emphasize portability and practicality.


Whether it’s temporary or the new norm, make working from home easier with branded goodies such as motto pencils, air plants, a custom notepad, and door tag to help transform a personal space into a working environment. Plus, it reminds workers of their connection to the rest of the company.


Sent ahead of a teleconferencing session, this thoughtfully branded kit can help create buzz and prepare attendees for a fun, productive experience. Besides the basic building blocks such as a notebook and folio, substitute on-site food and beverage with a French press coffee cup, a custom brew, “brain food,” blue light blocking glasses, and screen cleaner.


A smart on-the-go kit for staff that need to travel for work, or for guests traveling to a conference or resort, shows care. Along with the usual necessities, a few extras such as a travel tea tin, hand sanitizer, and surface spray presented in a useful elastic organizer make the trip cleaner and comfortable.

Photos: Courtesy of Gifts for the Good Life

This story was originally published on BizBash.com here.