Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LONDON, England - Aug 08, 2016 - Biscuiteers biscuits, cakes and chocolates can be used for client gifting, product launches, goodie bags, press gifts, staff rewards and as part of PR and marketing campaigns. Their biscuit designers can copy any logo or design to create perfectly branded, hand-iced gifts that will make an impression.
Biscuiteers Founder and Managing Director, Harriet Hastings, commented, “Our bespoke service really makes Christmas gifting work harder for brands. Not only are they a simple, striking way of making an impact but they also create a big social media buzz too.”
Henrietta at Microgaming says, “The biscuits achieved the desired impact, with a major magazine tweeting us a picture of their biscuits and tin, gaining us great exposure across all of their followers relevant to the industry and our campaign.”
Recent clients include Google, BBC, Harrods, L’Oreal, Christian Dior, Nickelodeon, Fujifilm, Claridge’s, and Penguin.
The 2016 corporate Christmas collection offers gifts for every taste and budget. It includes hand-iced biscuits, cakes and chocolates, luxurious hampers and Secret Santa gifts in a number of seasonal themes. They can be ordered directly from the Biscuiteers website or you can work with the team on an entirely bespoke design. All Biscuiteers gifts can be personalised with a brand logo or company name, and bespoke packaging is also available.
Biscuiteers host Christmas icing parties in their two Icing Cafes in London. Private icing parties offer a new and unique way to reward staff, build business relationships and celebrate Christmas in style. Expert icers will guide guests through a variety of icing techniques whilst they enjoy a glass of prosecco. Biscuiteers icers are also available to attend external Christmas parties, where they can personalise biscuits for guests or demonstrate icing skills.
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•Biscuiteers, the celebrated hand-iced biscuit company, was founded in 2007 by Chief Biscuiteers Stevie Congdon and Harriet Hastings, husband and wife and co-directors of leading London catering company Lettice.
•The Biscuiteers not only make biscuits but also hand-iced chocolates, cakes, hand-iced cupcakes and macarons.
•Biscuiteers operate out of an icing hall and bakery in Kennington, South London where teams of expert icers hand-ice the freshly baked biscuits, cupcakes, chocolates and cakes on a daily basis.
•Biscuiteers are currently stocked in Selfridges, Harrods and Fortnum & Mason, among others. Corporate clients include Google, Topshop, Clarins, Mulberry, Jimmy Choo, Net-A-Porter, Prada, Cartier and L’Oreal.
•The Biscuiteers Book of Iced Biscuits (Kyle Cathie £14.99), filled with recipes and guides to icing everyone’s favourite Biscuiteers collections, was published in September 2010 and a new edition was published in September 2012.
•The very first Biscuiteers Boutique and Icing Cafe, at 194 Kensington Park Road, London, opened its doors on 5th November 2012. Showcasing the much-loved Biscuiteers biscuit, chocolate and cake collections, the Boutique also has a drop-in icing cafe, hosts themed icing lessons, children’s icing parties and is the home of the Biscuiteers School of Icing where you can be taught by expert icers to ice like a Biscuiteer.
•Biscuiteers opened its second Boutique and Icing Cafe at 13 Northcote Rd, SW11 in November 2014.
•In September 2014, Biscuiteers founder Harriet Hastings was selected as a 2014 Specsavers everywoman in Retail Ambassador; one of twelve female trailblazers working across a breadth of disciplines and companies – from online enterprises to high street giants – identified as role models for the next generation of women pursuing a career in retail.
•Harriet also won Best Online Entrepreneur Award at the Investec Food & Drink Awards in November 2014.
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