Gift Ideas for the Business Person

What do you buy the person who has everything?
Skip the notebooks and personalised pens this year by giving your tech-savvy friends a gift that they’ll actually use and help them to be more efficient! These gifts are so good, you might have to get one for yourself!

moyork tile
No matter how organised you or your giftee are, a little extra help doesn’t go astray. You can attach Tile to your keys, wallet, briefcase and more, then connect to the App so you can keep track of your belongings, saving you next time you misplace a wallet! 
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 moyork qi wireless charge pad
Qi Wireless Charger
The new Moyork Qi Wireless Charging devices have a distinct fashion focus which only enhances a desk space. It’s an incredibly useful accessory that offers fast charging for those with wireless compatible devices. Put down and pick up as you need, without fumbling around with cables!
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FitBit Charge 3
FitBit Charge 3
The latest accessory from the Fitbit family brings a whole new level of tracking to help understand your health. With meditation prompts and personal insights, it’s a great gift for that person who doesn’t slow down.
dyson air purifier
Dyson air purifier
A sleek, high-tech way to keep the air you breathe as pure as can be. Track the air quality using the Dyson App to keep allergens at bay to ensure your health stays in tip-top shape.
ring doorbell
For the businessperson that tends to travel often, the Ring doorbell allows you to see who’s stopping by if you’re at the office or abroad. Controlled through an App, you can utilise the voice function to speak to the visitor while getting full visibility on what’s happening back home.
Philips Hue
Philips Hue:
A smart way to control your home system, all via an app. These LED light bulbs are energy efficient and allow you to turn your lights on and off from the app, so you can pretend someone’s home, or set it to wake you up naturally so you can ditch the annoying morning alarm.
Warren Buffett and Mark Cuban insist that reading is the key to success. With someone as successful as Buffett reading 500 pages a day, it’s not advice you might want to take lightly. No time? Check out Blinkist, a subscription service that summarises the key takeaways from thousands of books into audio or text format, so you can consume a rapid amount of information in a short amount of time.