Your Ultimate Corporate Holiday Guide for 2021 | Zippy Opinion

Your Ultimate Corporate Holiday Guide for 2021


2020 is now done and dusted and it’s time to begin 2021 with a bang! After a festive period, we mustn’t forget that we’re still in the middle of a pandemic and coronavirus still lingers and sadly still affecting people all over the world in various parts of each and every country. So let’s step into 2021 with caution and take life-saving measures for ourselves and everyone else we love and treasure.

With 2021 coming along, most vaccine makers are have announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will be available to the public this year so things can go back to ‘normalcy’ (Whatever that means!). Keeping in mind that you’ll have to plan your corporate holidays accordingly, let’s head to ‘Wisdom Town’ and take a gander one of the best corporate holiday guides for the 2021 calendar.

In this guide, we at Zippy Opinion, one of the best paid survey sites out there, will be focusing on corporate holidays either from a festive or observance standpoint.

A list of Corporate Holidays for 2021


Makar Sankranti is a festival that inhibits a time period of peace and prosperity. The day is known for spiritual practices being held and people taking a holy dip in rivers such as Ganga, Yamuna, Cauvery, etc. while keeping in mind of peace and prosperity. People also exchange sweets and pray to the sun god (Hindu calendar). This offers a great opportunity for businesses send messages of peace and fraternity from an organizational standpoint. One way you can connect with your customers and clients is by sending them your brand’s 2021 calendar to show them that you care.


Love is in the air and Valentine’s Day has become more of a commercial day of the celebration. According to martyrdom, St. Valentine was a priest who healed his jailer’s daughter of her blindness. He wrote her a final note which signed off with the words, “Your Valentine”. Valentine’s Day as a holiday offers a great deal of exposure for a business. Make your customers feel loved – This should be your #1 mantra on this holiday in February.


God of destruction and Lord of Meditation are only a couple of aliases that Lord Shiva is known by. Maha Shivaratri is the day on which Nataraja performs his enchanting and heavenly dance. This destroyer of evil is an ever-popular deity that is embraced, loved and adored by many all over the country. So make sure your business capitalizes on embracing the destruction and nullification of evil and negative energy in the universe.


Although Good Friday isn’t a celebrated holiday, it is however an observed and national holiday for Christians. The most important events in Christianity are the death and later resurrection of Jesus Christ, who Christians believe is the Son of God, and whose life and teachings are the foundation of Christianity. Good Friday marks and commemorates the crucifixion and death of Jesus Christ. From a business standpoint, ensure that you observe this day as a remembrance day for Christians as well as others who have sacrificed their lives for the greater good.


Even though Mother’s Day is celebrated on different dates in different countries, from an internationally observed standpoint, May 9th is considered Mother’s Day. From giving birth to you, to making sure you grew up hale and hearty and being a strong and independent individual this parental figure can do it all. For all the sacrifices she has to go through, one day isn’t enough to appreciate mothers. But it’s a start and we should appreciate them all throughout the year. One way your brand can enhance this feeling of gratitude towards mothers is by creating publically visible content for this special day.

This time of fasting for our Muslim brethren to signify how ominous they are in terms of letting go of all materialistic desires and focusing on praying and meditating only to a spiritual end. That is what fasting signifies in this pious period of time for believers. Let’s stand in solidarity and appreciate the fraternity. Ramzan Id/Eid-ul-Fitar is an important holiday for our Muslim brothers and sisters and a show of appreciation from a brand perspective can go a long way.


For all the times he’s been there for you, right from playing with you to helping you drive a car, Father’s Day is an appreciation for all the wonderful fathers out there. This observed holiday lets you as a brand understand how you can communicate to your clientele regarding the importance of the day and a day to say thanks to these individuals. And for you folks out there with fathers, make sure you make them feel good and appreciated on this special day for them.


Bakr Id/Eid ul-Adha is a festival that signifies talk about Prophet Abraham and how he loved God more than even his own son and was ready to offer him as a sacrifice after he got a dream of the same. As he was about to sacrifice his son Ismail, God intervened and was convinced of his love for him and then Abraham decided to sacrifice a nearby ram instead. That is the reason for the sacrifice during this pious holiday.


Onam is a festival celebrated in honor of Mahabali, a kind-hearted and much beloved demon king. This spiritual day is celebrated as a harvest festival, especially in Kerala. So from a business standpoint, let’s ensure that we are thankful for all the food and water we receive for the whole year and let’s be thankful to the farmers and agriculturalists for being instrumental in feeding the entire nation.

A celebration between siblings, Raksha Bandhan translates to ‘safety’ and ‘bond’. This is a Hindu festival wherein the sister ties ‘Rakhi’ on the arm of her brother(s) and the brother offers a gift of some sort in return as well as ensuring the safety of each other and enhancing their love and bond. So as a business organization, ensure that you are thankful to your partners and affiliates who help each other grow in tandem to higher levels.


Ganapathi Bappa Moriya is the word going around. From making Modaks at home to the Visarjan of the statues of the elephant-headed deity, Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated by Hindus with absolute pomp and fanfare. Be part of the festivities by engaging your customers in offers and promotions for your product and services and take part in the festivities by organizing a virtual celebration during these trying times.


October 2nd is a national holiday known as Gandhi Jayanti, which is celebrated every year to mark the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who was famously known as Mahatma Gandhi. Father of the Nation, as he was called, led India’s freedom movement along with many other national leaders against the British rule in India. It’s the time to be thankful for the independence and freedom we have attained through our struggles and grit. Freedom from the British and being independent was a major factor in how the country has shaped up to be so successful today.

We also have another major Indian festival this month – Dussehra. Dussehra or Vijayadashami is a festive Hindu holiday that signifies the victory of good over evil. The annual festival is celebrated with great pomp and fervor by Hindus across the world on the tenth day of the Navratras, which falls on the tenth day of Ashwin or Kartik months as per the Hindu calendar.


The festival of Diwali is nothing but the festival of lights. It celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, which was terrorizing the world in the age of Lord Rama. This festival marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of exile! So as a business, you know that you will go through good times and bad, as long as you turn those strengths into weaknesses, you will prosper. So make sure you are thankful to the people and organizations that helped you along the way. Give your employees a bonus to show your appreciation for their valued work.


A time of family, gifting and warm dinners, Christmas is one of the biggest holidays celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. There are so many ways to get into the festive season. You can go on a vacation with a loved one to an exotic location or even go back home to your family and spend a wonderful evening with them. It’s a time of giving, sharing and receiving. Companies must ensure that the Christmas spirit is loud and noticeable and offer discounts on their products as your clients and customers are more likely to be in a purchasing mode this festive season. Also, get those printable calendars and send them across to all your clients as a show of goodwill and to look forward to the New Year.

Well, there you have it! This completes our view on the ultimate corporate holiday guide. While you’re thinking about all those 2021 holidays, you should check out our blog on Zippy Opinion: Your #1 Guide to earning money online. For you folks that want to make some easy money off of paid survey sites, Zippy Opinion offers you all this and more!

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