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Saying farewell when there is nobody about?

saying farewell with an online leaving book examples

We all know the feeling at work when something big happens. Whether that be an important birthday, your favourite colleague leaving on maternity, or someone leaving for an exciting new job. The most important thing is to remind them of the wonderful time you spent together and to let them know how much they will be missed.

We also know the awkward shuffling of a leaving card under the desk and trying to squeeze your message into the corner of the page because someone else decided to take up half the page.

Say farewell with an online leaving or retirement book

During the lockdown we have not been able to be there for these moments in person, but they can still be celebrated.
Drawing on our decade of experience, we create individual online leaving books that mean sharing these moments is still possible. Indeed, such has been the popularity of the books that they are available to a national and international audience, far more than previously and are proving to be a lovely and long remembered gift.

These interactive online books allow everyone wherever they are, to contribute to a personalised book celebrating the recipient. You and your colleagues can add videos wishing them the best of luck, add photos of special moments and write about our favourite memories. Unlike a traditional card, the writing space in these books is unlimited, so you can wish your friend all the best, and still have room to share special memories. They cost as little as £25 and can be adapted for any purpose, whether that be to write your own story, or to give as a gift.

This is your opportunity to create something truly bespoke, personal and, most importantly, to still be present for the exciting celebrations happening in the lives of those we value.

Make your messages even more personal, create then link a Youtube Video to your message, wishing them the best of luck.

Follow this link for more information, or make an enquiry.

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