For many Americans, home is where the office is. According to a recent Gallup poll, adults employed full-time reported working an average of 47 hours each week, essentially tacking on an extra day to the workweek. This number has remained relatively steady over the past decade, and as more executives push a "do more with less" agenda on their staff, it only has one direction to go: up.
There are plenty of products that were made in America that we should all be proud of. By providing products made domestically, distributors can create business with new clients. Here's how.
Polyconcept North America (PCNA) announced the additions of FEY Promotional Products Group, Edgerton, Minn., and Evans Manufacturing, Garden Grove, Calif., to the PCNA Market Place. They will join Chocolate Inn/Taylor & Grant, Freeport, N.Y., with their storefronts launching in November and early December, respectively.
Polyconcept North America (PCNA)—the Pittsburgh-based parent company of Leed's and Trimark Powered by Leed's, both based in New Kensington, Pa.; Bullet, Hialeah, Fla.; and JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars, Charlotte, N.C.—has launched the PCNA Market Place.
JournalBooks gave back to the community by sending local children to camp as well as donating journals to the Circle Camps programs and the local YMCA.
AIA Corporation, Neenah, Wis., honored suppliers at its National Sales Summit in Orlando, Fla.
Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) has announced new board members Bruce Perryman, MAS+, CEO of supplier Embroidery Unlimited Inc., and Mary Jo Tomasini, CAS, CEO of distributor CE Competitive Edge LLC.
JournalBooks/Timeplanner Calendars announced the promotion of Chad Edmonson to the new position of field representative. Edmonson's new role will allow him to work closely with the Polyconcept North America sales team, as well as the JournalBooks creative sales team, to continue to provide fresh ideas and creative solutions for JournalBooks clients.
While they may lack the trendiness of the latest iOS device, promotional calendars and planners continue to turn a tidy profit. But how can distributors stand out in a market heavily marred by tradition? Here are eight tips to help strategize your next promotion.
The new year presents a do-over, a chance to get it right. Here are some ideas to help your clients reach their fitness goals.