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Celebrate your team’s special occasions with a Presently group gift!

Working in an office can bring some of your fondest memories and greatest people in your life! Whether your boss is your favorite mentor or your coworker is your best friend, the creativity and hard work that gets exchanged deserves to be rewarded and celebrated.

Since we can’t be in the office to pass around a workaversary card or buy birthday cupcakes, come together as a team to celebrate your colleagues by setting up a group gift. Build team morale and togetherness by celebrating personal and office milestones with a team effort and a personalized touch.

Here’s what Ariel, a manager at Business Insider, has to…


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Most Americans feel that they waste a considerable amount of money each year, and unsurprisingly, one of the biggest culprits of excess spending is — you guessed it — gifting. …


We asked 173 parents about their kids’ clutter — here’s what we learned.

Mother whispering a secret to her daughter | photo by Sai De Silva on Unsplash
Mother whispering a secret to her daughter | photo by Sai De Silva on Unsplash
Photo by Sai De Silva on Unsplash

It’s time to finally face the elephant in the room (and no, not the stuffed one).

The gift-giving process is broken. In our recent survey of 173 parents, we learned something surprising about kids gifting: kids only play with a mere fraction of the toys they receive each year. Only 5% of kids regularly play with all of their toys, and 56% of them play with fewer than 4 toys.

With the effects of COVID-19, parents are realizing they can’t ignore the fact that their kids simply have too much stuff. Whether they’ve stepped on one too many legos in between Zoom meetings or have spent hours trying to find the ONE toy their kids actually play with, parents overwhelmingly expressed that they’re fed up with today’s gifting habits. …

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Presently

Presently is a group-gifting platform that gives people an easy way to contribute to a single gift, together. Designed for kids and adults alike.

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