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Eighty-eight percent of consumers recall advertisers on promotional products, and 85 percent of promotional-product recipients have done business with the advertiser from whom they received the product, according to the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) study, The Influence of Promotional Products on Consumer Behavior.
iClick, a Seattle-based supplier, recently announced the launch of five new products. In addition to being a supplier of USB flash drives and pens, iClick now offers a select line of mobile accessories. Mobile accessories are one of the fastest growing product segments in the promotional product industry.
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iClick, a Seattle-based supplier, this week announced the launch of iClick Decorate, the company's nationwide apparel contract decoration service.
iClick, a Seattle-based supplier of USB drives and writing instruments, announced the hiring of two vice presidents in preparation for the launch of a new business venture. The iClick team welcomed Jonathan Irvin and Roger Burnett, two former national directors of branded merchandise at WorkflowOne, to lead a new initiative called iClick Decorate. iClick will reveal the new venture at ASI's Chicago Show.