Gift Ideas for Remote Teams

Send out some WFH-friendly gifts, including must-have tech equipment for virtual events. Hey managers! Steal these gift ideas for remote teams. 

gift ideas for remote teams

With 11 spots on which you can place yours or a client's company logo, the self-care-centric Comfort & Joy gift box ($75-$94) from Gifts for the Good Life is made for the corporate holiday season. The gift box features four options so you can send your client or employee the perfect pairing of products—choose from holiday-scented soap, a candle, box of matches, scarf, spruce grow kit, milk chocolate-mint cocoa mix, a deck of 52 gratitude cards, speckled campfire mug, and tea tin.

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Since 2020 was a wash, this 2021 planner from Minted ($16) feels very apropos.

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Hand sanitizer might be the 2020 version of socks, but it's definitely a practical stocking stuffer. eOn sanitizing mist hand sanitizer ($5) contains 80% ethyl alcohol and comes in eco-friendly, recyclable packaging.

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Primed for client or employee gifts thanks to the ability to include brand logos, succulent boxes from Lula's Garden make for an eco-friendly and desk-appropriate—WFH present. The Holiday Collection ($29-$62) includes choices for holiday, Christmas, and Hanukkah.

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UNWRP offers luxury wrapping paper in bold prints that might be prettier than the gift itself. The paper is sold in sets of three sheets for $18; each sheet measures 20 inches by 28 inches. Pictured here is the ornament pattern designed by KaCeyKal.

A favorite of streamers and podcasters, the Yeti by Blue standalone mic ($130)  provides crisp sound and plugs right into a computer via USB.

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Upgrade those company Zoom calls with Logitech's C922 Pro Stream camera (from $100). It's the preferred webcam of video-game streamers, so you know it must be good.

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Spruce up your remote employees’ at-home workspaces with Spacestor’s “kit” desk ($449). The compact, foldable structure features a lacquered plywood surface, ships flat-packed, and requires no tools for assembly. Plus, it can be folded up and easily placed out of sight.

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Rocketbook partnered with Panda Planner to create this reusable, digitally connected planner (from $35) featuring templates designed for setting goals, making plans, managing projects, and tracking habits. The planner contains synthetic paper that can be wiped clean with a damp cloth, and it connects to services such as Dropbox, Evernote, Google Drive, Box, iCloud, Slack, and more.


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UBeesize’s (from $20) tripod for smartphones features a mount that grips the device, as well as a bluetooth remote for wireless control.

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