Corporate Orders

We love getting all up in your business.

Give your employees the Happy Factory treatment! We love creating custom gift boxes for Australian businesses wanting to bring a little joy to their employees. We've shipped over 5,000 corporate orders this year alone! Whether it's a gifting occasion like Christmas and work anniversaries or a random act of kindness, our team will work alongside you to create the perfect gift box. 

See our handy guide below to kick off your corporate order with Happy Factory. 

1. Confirm your budget, quantities & timings. 

First things first you'll need to think about your budget - it informs how reserved or elaborate we can go with our suggestions. We suggest a minimum of budget $75 per employee to allow for gifts, packaging and shipping but on average our customers spend around $100 per box. Discuss key timings and quantities with decision-makers. Depending on order quantities and stock availability, we can usually dispatch orders 72 hours from payment, however for larger orders we may need 2-3 weeks to secure additional stock and print any customised cards or branding. 

2. Do some window shopping. 

Time for the fun part. Take a look at our range and add the items you like to your cart. Think about the kinds of items you'd like to include - a game, a tasty treat, a little booze, maybe a custom cookie. Take a screenshot of your cart. Talk to your key decision-makers and get your ideas approved in principal.

3. Get in touch. 

It's time to get in touch with the foreman. Write an email to and include the following:

  • Your contact details
  • Your budget
  • Your gift requirements including specific items (via a screenshot of your cart), general categories (game, cocktail and candle) or a theme (fun & festive)
  • Your gift quantities & preferred timings
  • Your preferred card and custom message
Selected Cards

Your card options with personalised message on rear. 

We'll get back to you within 48 hours with any questions we may have, supply you with our address template and confirm stock availabilities and timings. 

4. The adminny bit. 

Once we've confirmed your order, we'll send an invoice for card payment or direct bank transfer. Once paid, we'll commence stock ordering (if required) and preparation of your order. You will then need to supply us with the completed address template. Download the Australia Post template here and the Sydney Courier template here. Don't underestimate how long pulling together a current employee address list might take. ;)

5. The eagle has landed! 

Your orders will be assembled and shipped promptly afterwards and a confirmation email will be sent to you. The payoff comes a short while later as orders start arriving at your employees homes. Prepare for your incoming gratitude in 3...2...1. 

Corporate Order FAQs

What customisation can I make to the order?

With time and money, the sky is the limit. But the most common customisations are the card which can include a personalised message. For an additional fee we can include your logo or any custom artwork on your gift box or either side of the card. Sugar cookies with custom messages are also a popular addition. 

What is your Christmas cutoff?

As you can imagine, Christmas is a busy time for Happy Factory. We require all custom bulk corporate orders to be confirmed and paid for by November 30th to allow enough time for packing, shipping and arrival before Christmas. Missed the deadline? Get in touch and we'll see what we can do. :)

How can you deliver to our employees?

We offer shipping nationally via Australia Post using their Express Service. For Sydney orders, we also offer a courier service that can deliver to your team quickly across the city.

What payment options to you accept?

We accept payment via credit card or bank transfer. For bank transfers, we require remittance in order to commence order placement.

How do I know if you have enough items in stock?

We'll let you know if there are any stock issues with your order. In most instances, we will be able to fulfil your order immediately using variations of the same item (ie. different flavours of the same chocolate). 


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