F&B Marketing Updates 4.23.20
April 23, 2020

Long Distance Relationships for Work

As a human engagement company, we understand the importance of staying in touch these days. Whether they’re a lover, a family member, a client, a team member or a friend – the below applies to all our long distance relationships these days. 

 

  1. Honesty is the Best Policy
    Be sure to talk about your feelings. Hiding how you feel will only eat you up inside.
  2. Rediscover the art of the Handwritten Note
    Old-fashioned mail is at a high advantage. Who doesn’t love gifts? Mail a postcard or send small gifts wherever you are.
  3. Connect Regularly
    Since you can’t meet them for drinks on a Friday – make it a point to have calls, video chat, send a text, or an email. Staying connected is key.
  4. Understand Expectations
    Figure out what works and what doesn’t for you both. Take all perspectives into consideration, come to an agreement, and continuously make an effort.
  5. Reframe the Situation as a Positive — and Believe in It.
    The saying “distance makes the heart grow fonder” holds a lot of truth. Instead of pointing out the unfortunate situation of not being able to see one another in person, talk about how this challenge is an opportunity to grow stronger together.

 

We are here to keep you in touch with the people who matter to you. So whether it’s a virtual ‘bear hug’ via teddy bear campaign for your long lost prospects, an online redemption of gifts for virtual events, or simple staff appreciation gifts to let them know they are on your mind – our team has the expertise that enables you to live your brand no matter where they are. 

Keeping you connected to the people who matter to you – Summit.

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