Create a happy workforce while helping grow the Sheffield economy

31st July 2018

The Sheffield Gift Card is the ideal corporate gift for Sheffield employees.

Whether you want to provide an incentive for hardworking employees, or a staff treat for a job well done, Sheffield Business Improvement District's new city centre gift card gives employees the opportunity to choose the gift they want, whilst supporting other businesses by retaining the spend in the local economy. The Sheffield Gift Card can be redeemed at more than 85 shops, bars, restaurants, salons, theatres, and cultural attractions in Sheffield city centre making it the perfect corporate gift for Yorkshire employees. The gift card works like a debit or store card, and can be purchased online and loaded with between £5 and £200. Not only does the Sheffield Gift Card give staff a chance to spend on something the love, but by gifting staff a Sheffield Gift Card you are supporting other business owners in the city and contributing to economic growth within the city. Shane Spence, Sheffield Gift Card manager, thinks the card will become the go-to gift for employees in Sheffield: -With the Sheffield Gift Card there really is something for everyone. Whether staff like to spend their money on fine dining, a wardrobe update, a day out at the museums, or some well deserved drinks in a bar, the Sheffield Gift Card suits all ages and tastes. -People are happier when they have what they want. When you give staff have the freedom to buy what they like most, rather than distribute unoriginal corporate incentives and gifts, you end up with a much happier workforce! Team that with knowing that by making your staff happy, you are supporting Sheffield's economy, and the Sheffield Gift Card really is the perfect corporate gift. Whether it's a meal out at Piccolino, a trip to the theatre, a pamper session at Wigs and Warpaint or a shopping spree at Debenhams, staff will be able to spend their reward where they want. From high street favourites including John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, and River Island to some of Sheffield's favourite independents, including The Showroom Cinema, Silversmiths and Atkinsons, the Sheffield Gift Card is an original gift that will make all employees happy. The Sheffield Gift Card can be bought online at, or for large corporate orders or invoicing, contact Keep up with the latest Sheffield Gift Card news by following @sheffcard on Twitter or liking the Sheffield Gift Card Facebook page. About Sheffield BID Sheffield Business Improvement District (BID) is funded by levy payers in the city centre and works together with businesses to deliver a number of projects which help make Sheffield city centre busier, safer, cleaner and easier to access and navigate. The BID supports businesses in Sheffield through street cleaning and graffiti removal by its Street Rangers and Clean Team, aims to boost the city's early evening economy through the Alive After Five strategy, supports major events, and promotes the city centre to outside investors. Find out more about Sheffield BID at or by following us on Twitter or Facebook.

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