The Spend Matters Gift Guide Roundup

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Throughout the month of December we have offered our suggestions for the best gifts this holiday season. Staff from the Spend Matters Network shared their ideas of what presents to procure for your family, friends or your boss (your CPO, maybe?). We hope you have found them helpful. In case you missed any - check them out below! Also, make sure to share if you used any of these suggestions to buy presents for a certain someone this year and if they liked it!

Shaving Gear - From Thomas Kase, Spend Matters' vice president of research

Breakfast Sandwich Maker - From Jeff Yoders, assistant editor at MetalMiner

Musical Instruments - From William Busch, vice president of account management for Azul Partners, Inc.

A Concise Electronic Dictionary - From Nancy Clinton, editor of Spend Matters UK/Europe

Yoga Classes or a Race Registration - From Raul de Frutos, lead forecasting analyst for MetalMiner

Coffee Press - From Pierre Mitchell, Spend Matters' chief research officer

Good Tequila - From Xavier Olivera of Spend Matters México y América Latina

Biosense Gel Fusion Pillow - From Lisa Whalen, vice president of business development and sales for Azul Partners, Inc.

The Best Music of the Year (On Vinyl or CDs) - From Peter Smith, founder and executive editor of Spend Matters UK/Europe

Custom Drinking Glasses - From Kaitlyn McAvoy, Spend Matters editor

Event Tickets - From David Gustin, founder and executive editor of Trade Financing Matters

Meijer Gift Card - From Kyle Fitzsimmons, marketing manager for Spend Matters Network

Pacific Northwest Products - From Sheena Smith, director of client engagement for Spend Matters Network

A "Walk in the Woods" - From Taras Berezowsky, managing editor for the Spend Matters Network

Drones - From Gert van der Heijden, founder and executive editor of Spend Matters Netherlands

Charitable Donations - From Lisa Reisman, CEO of Azul Partners, Inc. and executive editor for MetalMiner

A Good Night's Sleep - From Jason Busch, founder and executive editor of Spend Matters

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