Valentine’s Day: Be Mine. :)
Tuesday, January 17, 2017 3:32:38 PM America/Denver
Valentine’s Day: Be Mine. :)
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 1:40:00 PM America/Denver
CORPORATE HOLIDAY GIFTING MADE SWEET AND EASY.
We turn your list into Sweet Holiday Gifts in no time flat (...or less:)).
How It Works. (3 Sweet Options.)
1) The "I Like Control." Option.
This includes a custom company page with access to custom eCards we design just for you. Think…"You Made the Nice List" or "Wishing you a Sweet Holiday Season" eCard,designed with your logo. (This is completely free and can be set up in 24 hours). You can send the eCards for your Sugarwish gifts from your page—as many as you want, whenever you want. Sweet bonus- Company pages allow you to skip the checkout process so you will be on and off the site faster than you can say, “I just sent a bunch of Sugarwish gifts."
2) The "Take Care Of It For Me.” Option.
This option also includes a (complimentary!) company page with your custom eCards. All we need is your recipient email list and the eCard you want to use. We will send out your eCards whenever you want us to. (Seriously, it is that easy!)
3) The “I just want to send beautiful boxes filled with pre-selected candy” Option.
For this option, all we need are the names and addresses of your recipients and we will take care of the rest. (We can customize special inserts to include in their boxes!)
Sugarwish Gifts. (5 sweet sizes.)
These prices include everything from the custom eCard to the Sugarwish gift shipped to your recipients door (or desk).
$16.50. Duet (2 choices)
$25.00. Petite (4 choices)
$45.00. Classic (8 choices)
$70.00. Ultimate (16 choices)
$95.00 Wish and Dish (Beautiful glass candy dish with 4 x-tra large candy “fills”)
(Discounts start on orders of $250 or more.)
If you can dream it, we can do it! Just ask.
You can call us right now at 720-722-4071, email us at email@example.com or click here for our contact page. We would love to help you!Read More
Wednesday, September 7, 2016 2:27:40 PM America/Denver
Right hand man, gal Friday, lifesaver….no matter what you call them, they are the building blocks (and foundation) of every successful company out there.
Often under-appreciated, we love seeing Admins get every bit of recognition they deserve! To that end, we are thrilled to be partnering with the Admin Awards this year.
Sugarwish is all about acknowledging great people for good deeds, so when we were asked if we could sweeten the day of the best of the best (of the best) in the Admin world—we jumped at the opportunity.
How could we resist? We’re pretty sure no one at the office deserves candy (and kudos) more than they do! :)
Thursday, August 18, 2016 10:22:47 AM America/Denver
(The thrill of victory and the agony of sore feet. :))
Monday, July 25, 2016 9:18:00 AM America/Denver
How a women-led Denver startup quickly found sweet success
Sending candy to a friend or coworker for a special occasion or to a client as a thank you is probably something you've done a time or two.
Sweets are, after all, an American favorite for gift-giving.
But a Denver-based company formed by two local women flipped the idea of sending candy on it its head with the launch of Sugarwish, a company they say puts the gift-receiver, rather than the giver, in the drivers' seat.
"We thought, 'what if we could create that feeling and experience that wasn't about receiving candy, but picking that candy – that kid in a candy store experience' we might have something," said Sugarwish co-founder Elisabeth Vezzani.
The boxes range from $16 to $95, including taxes and shipping.
Launched in November 2012, the business is based on a simple concept: the giver purchases a candy box from the Sugarwish website, Sugarwish sends the receiver an e-card and then the receiver chooses the candy they want in their gift box on the website. The box of candy is then shipped to the receiver, who gets it three to five days later.
"I found a lack of clever gifts that would stand out," Vezzani said, referring to her former job where she worked for a staffing firm. "It seemed like there were the same few options that everyone used. I was always the crazy one looking for that fun idea – that would get them excited and make their day."
Vezzani co-founded Sugarwish with Leslie Lyon, which immediately drew the attention of national media companies. Vezzani and Lyon have appeared on The Today Show twice, and the Sugarwish concept has been featured in magazines like In Style, Women's Health, Cosmopolitan, People, iVillage and more.
"We knew instantly there was interest," Vezzani said. "We just kept getting phenomenal press. It was such a quick, viral growth. We were amazed."
Seeing the potential, Vezzani said they quickly looked to experts for help to scale it — they were one of eight women-led startups selected by Merge Lane, a Boulder-based startup investment accelerator.
Since launching, Sugarwish has grown 2.72 times per year and is up to nine employees who work to fill orders and handle customer service out of its office near I-25 and South Colorado Boulevard.
"For every person that receives a Sugarwish, 15 percent turn around and send one," Vezzani said, saying that's one factor that's led to the company's rapid growth. "Social media has been fantastic for us, too — Instagram in particular. Because they're a fun gift they picked … so many people share their Sugarwish on Instagram when they receive it. That's been a wonderful way for people to find out about us."
And last February, Sugarwish branched out into the corporate world with the launch of a platform designed specifically for companies that want to quickly send customized candy boxed to employees, clients and customers.
"If a hotel wants to thank clients after an event, they can send 'sweet thanks,'" Vezzani said. "They're able to use their own custom cards to use as Sugarwishes. It goes out and the receiver gets to pick exactly what they want, but with that customized packaging."
Vezzani said like the main business, corporate interest in the new program has been "tremendous," with Sugarwish signing up three to five new companies for the program a day "We're really continuing to build out our corporate platform," Vezzani said, adding that will be her main focus in the coming years. "[We want] to make them stand out to their employees, stand out to their clients and give them more options."
• • • Thank you Denver Business Journal for the feature! Read the original story here • • •
Thursday, June 23, 2016 6:48:52 AM America/Denver
Backpacks traded for beach bags, pantsuits swapped for swim suits, and short dark days turn into long sunny ones. There’s something about the start of the most beloved season of the year, that makes everyone want to grab their flip flops and head for the fun. For many of us…our daily routine doesn't change all that much in the Summer—being that "true summer" (including a real break) is reserved for those too young to know how good they’ve got it. :) But the mood shift is something we all get to enjoy….And enjoy we will.Read More
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 8:01:39 AM America/Denver
All That Glitters...
So much fun to be featured in Glitter and Bubbles: "Rad Mom's" piece this May! Click here to check it out.Read More
Thursday, April 7, 2016 3:51:22 PM America/Denver
Wednesday, February 24, 2016 12:51:12 PM America/Denver
Friday, February 12, 2016 4:58:39 PM America/Denver
Acts of Random Kindness (Mmmm. Good.:))