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6 Rules for Reaching Generation Z
May 22, 2015 From AdWeek
What CMO doesn't have millennial burnout? Tailoring the perfect marketing messages to today's young adults seems like it's been the marketing holy grail for years. The good news is that brands can now start to get their minds around the intricacies of a new generation of hyper-connected consumers: Generation Z. Yes, we're...
Coffee Cup Sleeves Recalled Due to Fire Hazard
May 22, 2015 From News
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and St. Louis-based Kaldi's Coffee Roasting Co. have recalled Kaldi's Disposable Cup Sleeves. The sleeves can ignite when heated in a microwave, posing a fire hazard.
Minnesota Governor Signs Bill Banning Flame Retardants
May 22, 2015 From St. Cloud Times
Flame retardant legislation championed by a Central Minnesota lawmaker has been signed into law by Gov. Mark Dayton of Minnesota. A bill authored by Rep. Jeff Howe and Sen. John Marty was one of 17 bills Dayton signed Tuesday. To reduce firefighters' exposure to carcinogens, the bill bans four flame-retardant chemicals found...
Prime Line Releases Magalog, Introduces 21 New Items
May 22, 2015 From News
Prime Line, Bridgeport, Conn., launched its magalog, titled "New and Trending 2015" that includes 21 new items, as well as top-sellers, in a format that includes infographics, success stories and other editorial content.
Clients on Retainer: How Good Business Can Go Bad
May 21, 2015 From Entrepreneur
Most service businesses use projects as their main path to client work. The problem with projects, however, is that they are often lumpy. You work hard to win a deal. You and your team work like crazy to deliver the work for clients. You get paid. And then the cycle...
11 Truths About Sales That Entrepreneurs Often Overlook
May 21, 2015 From Startup Collective
Question: What is one thing most entrepreneurs do not understand about sales?
John Rood: "Only a very small percentage of entrepreneurs are the target customer for their own product. Too many companies use the language of tech startups when they should be learning the language of their target market. "...
iPROMOTEu President Finalist for Entrepreneur of the Year Award
May 21, 2015 From News

Ross Silverstein, founder, president and CEO of iPROMOTEu, Wayland, Mass., is a finalist for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year 2015 award in the New England Region.

ImprintsUSA Announces Sawgrass Virtuoso Printer
May 21, 2015 From News
ImprintsUSA, Philadelphia, has announced the release of the new Sawgrass Virtuoso Printer, a fully-integrated system designed specifically for sublimation.
Promo Marketing Announces the Top 50 Distributors for 2015
May 21, 2015 From News
Promo Marketing, the Philadelphia-based source of product and marketing information for distributor sales professionals, is proud to announce the industry's Top 50 Distributors of 2015.
Gildan Activewear Appoints Rhodri J. Harries as Executive Vice President, CFO and Chief Administrative Officer
May 20, 2015 From News
Gildan Activewear Inc. announced the appointment of Rhodri J. Harries as executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer.
The cover of the BRANDS magalog from Bodek and Rhodes
Bodek and Rhodes Introduces the Second Edition of BRANDS: The Fashion Issue
May 20, 2015 From News
Bodek and Rhodes announced the release of the second issue of BRANDS, its quarterly magalog that showcases curated collections of the leading apparel products.
Adidas, Nike Bid on University of Michigan Apparel Deal
May 20, 2015 From KGW Portland
Adidas and Nike last week bid on the University of Michigan's apparel contract, one of the most coveted in collegiate sports. An Adidas spokesman confirmed its bid, which included a giant banner welcoming Michigan representatives to the company's North American headquarters in Portland, Ore. Not to be outdone, Nike painted a...
New Clothing Line Aims to Fix Bad Desk Posture
May 20, 2015 From Refinery 29
We've all been there: You're sitting at your desk, just plugging away on boatloads of work, when you suddenly realize you've been hunched over your computer for hours. Unfortunately, poor desk posture is a common symptom endemic to the modern-day workplace—and while experts agree that stretching and desk yoga can be...
Fire Causes $1 Million in Damage to Kansas City Area T-shirt Shop
May 20, 2015 From KCTV 5 Kansas City
A fire damaged a T-shirt shop, leaving $1 million in damage behind. Fire investigators believe a short in an extension cord in the building's shop area ignited nearby combustibles and caused the fire.
The fire started around 10:15 p.m. Sunday at Olathe T-shirt and Trophy, 900 N. Mart-Way Drive. Passers-by...
11 Things Ultra-Productive People Do Differently
May 20, 2015 From Forbes
When it comes to productivity, we all face the same challenge—there are only 24 hours in a day. Yet some people seem to have twice the time; they have an uncanny ability to get things done. Even when juggling multiple projects, they reach their goals without fail. It feels incredible when...
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