What seemed like groundbreaking technology not so long ago (like the iPod) is now out of date. So you’d be forgiven if you’re behind on what end-users are looking for in their tech items. But that’s what the experts are here for. We spoke to a suppliers about what tech products their customers want, what trends are driving this demand and more...
Denver-based Zen Magnets—the last remaining producer of high-powered magnets—has won a stay against the product's ban, giving the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) until April 14 to file a motion.
With more than 35 years of industry experience, Darryl Haddox, MAS, has been named the vice president of sales for Cleveland-based Galaxy Balloons.
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Remember Buckyballs? Those are the small, spherical rare-earth magnets marketed as desktop toys by Brooklyn-based Maxfield & Oberton until the end of last year, when its owners closed the company amid a legal dispute with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The government's beef: Swallowing high-powered magnets can do lots of damage to a kid's innards.
Closing the company didn't end the matter. The CPSC still sought a mandatory recall of Buckyballs, as well as products from two additional magnet-set makers, and moved to hold Maxfield & Oberton's former chief executive officer liable for the costs of a recall.
The Premier Promotional Group elected three new members to its board of directors during the organization's Annual Meeting. Sam Sumrall of National Awards, Paula Shulman of Prime Line and Mark Stewart of DLX Industries all joined the group's board of directors.
Three promotional product suppliers recently joined the ranks of The Premier Promotional Group. Garyline, HumphreyLine and Perfect Line became members of the organization on August 6, which brings the total number of supplier members to 44.
Ash City announced that Joe Bunsness has joined Ash City USA as vice president of sales - Western U.S. Bunsness will report directly to Joe DeVault, senior vice president of sales.