If you placed your holiday gift order in the last few months, then this article is not for you. And if you are starting to shop just now, is it even still possible? The answer of course, is yes, and hopefully these Top 10 tips will help to give a meaningful gift that arrives on time, while avoiding some stress.
So honored that Onyx has been invited to show at the 2018 Google Vendor Fair.
Congratulations Google on your 20th Anniversary!
We are proud to have Rick Brenner as Onyx’s Product Safety Consultant. Rick is a driving force behind our industry’s efforts to produce and distribute products that are safe for recipients. He recently published an article on the emergence of Internet-connected tech products (IoT) and the implications for both innovations, as well as safety.
We are excited to announce that Scott Stewart has joined Onyx, Inc. as Director of Business Development and will work from its Charlotte, North Carolina location. Scott has over 30 years of industry experience, partnering with the nation’s largest promotional products distributors and consistently winning enterprise program business by matching his client’s needs to his company’s strengths. He is charged with the same goal at Onyx, plus he has new capabilities to share.
“Being able to offer incentive programs and Purchasing Power employee programs is a big deal for me” explains Stewart. “I have many clients that run these types of programs, but I could not help them in the past. Now, I can provide a more complete portfolio of services, and I can’t wait to make these introductions.”
Scott is also enthusiastic about Onyx’s east-west coast presence, its global reach, and the quality of its team. “With the Charlotte office in close proximity, I can be hand’s on and fully engaged from start to finish.” Scott is focused on growing Onyx’s sales presence in the southeast. He is also making introductions to specific companies that can benefit from Onyx’s high-touch service, creativity, promotional product and brand expertise, as well as its technology and fulfillment services.
“Scott is one of the most knowledgeable enterprise program pros in the industry, and we are thrilled to welcome him!” says Matt David, Onyx President. “He has been in our industry for many years and has a fantastic network of suppliers, co-workers, and customers that are joining us, too. Everyone at Onyx benefits from this addition, and we are ready to over-deliver on all of Scott’s promises!”
It’s been 1 year since Onyx acquired 4U Inc. so it’s a great opportunity to celebrate Onyx’s Director of Incentives, Hank Ryan. Hank’s tenure with 4U began in 2001 in Omaha, Nebraska, where he learned the business and grew the business by making one client happy at a time. His $5M incentive client base was earned through patience, good relationships, and delivering on promises.
Until last year, there was a 10,000 ft warehouse with premium products 30 feet from Hank’s desk, but Onyx’s on demand delivery system & its powerful and flexible incentive platform have streamlined operations. As Hank explains, “Now, I can focus even more on the clients and driving measurable results. With Onyx’s on-line platform, I can be more proactive. I can spend more time to tweak program offers and strategies, knowing that I have the best global reward delivery system in the business behind me.”
Hank is fiercely dedicated to his customers, and he is passionate about creating loyalty, reward, and incentive programs that help them to reach their goals. Happy Anniversary, Hank!
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We are excited to announce that Peak Resource Group has merged with Onyx, Inc. Founder Bob Diachenko has joined the Onyx team and will work from its Charlotte, North Carolina office location.
Bob has over 20 years of experience, building relationships and partnerships, delivering high quality events and products, and exceeding expectations with his service and dedication. In 1993, Bob and Onyx President Matt David met while selling to NASCAR clients and growing their respective businesses. They also worked together for many years “back in the day” (providing NASCAR logo’d merchandise to fans and corporations including Ferguson Enterprises, BellSouth, Kellogg’s, Richard Petty Racing, MBNA and more). Now, they are energized by the opportunity to deliver more products and services to each of their existing and growing base of loyal brands and partners.
Bob has unique skills & offerings that match up perfectly with Onyx’s portfolio of products and services. Bob is a licensed benefits broker; he brings the Purchasing Power employee benefit program to Onyx. In addition, Bob sells branded promotional products and has more than two decades of experience creating one of a kind events for the employees and clients of his Fortune 1000 clients. Onyx, on the other hand, has a Charlotte customer service center, specializes in on-line company stores and incentive programs, and provides resources and scale that will be a benefit to all parties.
“Bob is the kind of person that you want to be around, day-in and day-out,” explained Matt David. “We feel fortunate to have his enthusiasm and his professionalism, and we are excited to support his future growth. We welcome him with open arms to our team, and we are confident that his reputation for delivering the finest quality will help Onyx to grow its presence and opportunities on the east coast and beyond.”
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Gift cards are a popular holiday gift item, with sales expected to reach 27 billion this holiday season. If gift cards are on your holiday shopping list, you need to be aware that thieves are stealing balances by scratching off the strip, writing down the number, then placing another strip on top, making this scam difficult to detect for the average person. At present, this is only affecting physical gift cards purchased in stores with easy access to the cards, like grocery stores.