PPAI Issues 2012 Annual Report
Irving, Texas-based Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) recently published its 2012 annual report for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2012. The digital print-on-demand report highlights the association’s membership, expositions and promotional products industry advocacy and awareness in 2012, and is organized to address topics of interest to association members and industry stakeholders. The annual report can be accessed here.
Featured topics in this edition include association performance and growth, the president’s report and 2012 financial reports. Expanded reporting includes public affairs and industry responsibility, awards, recognition and member engagement, regional relations, professional development and social responsibility.
“We made terrific progress in 2012 with a rise in membership and an increase in revenue—highlighted by sharing the strategic plan and board decisions with members through unprecedented board transparency," remarked PPAI Immediate Past Chair of the Board, Steven Meyer, MAS. "These results were in line with our priorities of delivering member-centric services and developing strategic partnerships and key alliances. Serving as PPAI board chair was truly a privilege, and I will be forever grateful for the lifelong friendships and the opportunity to work with such a generous and supportive group of board members, volunteers and staff.”
PPAI President and chief executive officer, Paul Bellantone, CAE, said, “2012 was a productive year for PPAI. And I would like to extend my deepest gratitude to our new and long-standing loyal members, business partners and affiliates as well as a tremendously supportive and devoted industry for their trust in PPAI. I am particularly proud that we met and in many cases exceeded expectations." He continued, "Our achievements and progress in delivering great member and stakeholder value is attributable to the high level of engagement and dedication of the PPAI Board, industry volunteers and staff.”
To download a PDF of the full report, click here.
For more information, visit www.ppai.org.