Business events visitor expenditure in Australia increased strongly in 2011 - including improved sales of Australian Aboriginal art corporate gifts. In an industry report titled“Business Events Visitors 2011”, Tourism Research Australia shows that in Australia “business travel has recovered from the Global Financial Crisis”.1 Australia is an increasingly attractive destination for international business event travellers. These corporate visitors are the recipients of an increasingly broad, varied and stylish offering of Australian Aboriginal art corporate gifts that can easily be purchased online or over the phone, without ever having to leave the office. Regarding corporate gift sales, Australia Gift Shop has consulted and had wonderful repeat interactions and transactions with a fascinating array of corporate representatives.
Among these corporate gift buyers are Merchandise Buyers, Business Events Managers, Corporate Meeting and Event Planners, Office Managers, Personal Assistants to the CEO / President / Director, Executive Assistants, Hotel Managers / Assistant Managers, PAs to the Ambassador, International Events and Conference Coordinators / Managers, International Visits Coordinators / Assistant Coordinators, Human Relations Officers, Business Partnership and Marketing Coordinators and Corporate Representatives involved in Global Engagement and International Relations and Cooperation.
Gift-boxed Aboriginal art products from Australia Gift Shop, include artefacts ( such as boomerangs ), wrist watches and timber display plates that are hand-painted by Australian Aboriginal artists – some in classic traditional Aboriginal art designs and others in modern Aboriginal art designs. These artistic and highly colourful corporate gifts are in gift boxes with clear Perspex lids for attractive presentation.
The artifacts and wooden display plates are accompanied by display stands to allow these Aussie art pieces to be proudly displayed in offices, boardrooms and homes, on desks, counters, tables, bookshelves and other office shelves.
Another popular corporate gift that is often purchased as a hotel room gift for visiting delegates at conferences and other business events is the boomerang-shaped wooden trinket box which is brightly decorated with contemporary Aboriginal art motifs.
High-end Australian corporate gifts cannot be reasonably discussed without mentioning the fabulous Aboriginal art crafted metalwork pieces such as nut bowls, fruit bowls, drink coasters, plates and jewellery boxes. They are made of a patent alloy with a silvery finish that never needs polishing.
These exquisite metal craftitems from the Don Sheil Collection are made in Melbourne by second-generation Australian craftsmen of exceptional skill. They professionally engrave sketches by an Aboriginal artist from Weipa into the pieces they handcraft. These stylised Aboriginal art sketches or line drawings include the brolga, crocodile, crab and frog. The metal handicrafts evoke the native ambience of the tropical seashore bordering Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria in the frontier of civilisation in Far North Queensland.
For corporate gift-giving, these valuable metalwork crafted gifts are available in beautiful burgundy-coloured gift boxes. Gift-boxed Aboriginal art metalwork from the Don Sheil Collection is among Australia Gift Shop’s most-cherished of corporate gifts and Australian Aboriginal art gifts.
Any out-of-stock items in this crafted “ Metal Tableware Art ” range can still be ordered by email or phone to confirm availability and establish delivery time and gift-boxing requirements.
We can have orders of available products to you [in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane] by courier within 1 or 2 business days.
How can these boxed boomerangs and other corporate gifts be purchased?
- By visiting Australia Gift Shop online :
- Phone Australia Gift Shop (07) 41593043 (within Australia)
- Phone Australia Gift Shop +61 7 41593043 (outside Australia)
1 “Tourism Benefiting From Business Events”, 11 May, 2012
http://minister.ret.gov.au/MediaCentre/MediaReleases/Pages/TourismBenefitingfromBusinessEvents.aspx Australian Government: Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism