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Surviving The Sales Slump, Part 2 – April 1, 2015

Yesterday, Promotional Consultant Today shared five tips from sales and branding expert Alice Myerhoff on how to survive a slump in sales. Today, we are passing along five more tips. Read More »

PPB Newslink March 31: PPB Names The 2015 Greatest Companies To Work For

Ten industry companies have been selected from all nominations as this year’s Greatest Companies To Work For—an annual recognition program hosted by PPB magazine since 2011. The five suppliers, four distributors and one business services company were selected based on nominations by their employees. This year’s honorees hail from Maine to California, and from Minnesota to Arizona, but they share many of the same attributes that attract and keep good employees—some for 20 years and more. Read More »

PPB Names The 2015 Greatest Companies To Work For

Ten industry companies have been selected from more than 20 nominees as this year’s Greatest Companies To Work For—an annual recognition program hosted by PPB magazine since 2011. Read More »

PromoKitchen’s Podcast Brings Author Seth Godin, The Promotional Products Industry Together

The state of marketing is in flux, says author Seth Godin, but bold promotional products companies are in the right place to take advantage of, and thrive in, the emerging marketing landscape. Godin shared his thoughts on the industry’s opportunities and challenges on PromoKitchen’s live podcast held March 24, and discussed his new book It’s Your Turn and how its lessons can be applied to the industry. Read More »

Postal Service Rate Changes Won’t Happen Just Yet

The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will delay the implementation of new rates and classification changes, originally scheduled to take place April 26, until they are approved by the Postal Regulatory Commission, the Postal Service Governors have announced. Read More »

Customer Acquisitions, Revenue Generation Drive Product Marketing

Companies today can launch products faster and with better targeting, and they can more closely track consumers’ adoption of products, according to a new report, “State of B2B Product Marketing 2015.” The report, from digital marketing company Regalix, surveyed senior marketers at B2B companies about current trends and practices Read More »

PPB Volunteer Of The Month: Catherine Graham

This month, PPAI recognizes Catherine Graham, president of distributor RIGHTSLEEVE Marketing, Inc., in Toronto, Ontario as March’s PPB Volunteer of the Month. Read More »

EPA Explores Regulations For Nanoscale Materials

Since 2005, more than 1,600 consumer products containing nanoscale materials have been introduced into the market. The list, compiled by the Virginia Tech Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology, includes electronics, food storage, toys and games, clothing, cosmetics, sunscreen, paint and other items. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed new reporting and recordkeeping requirements for certain chemical substances when they are manufactured or processed at the nanoscale. Read More »

TopTenReviews.com Ranks Promo Direct Named No. 1 Promotional Products Store

Promo Direct (UPIC: P462719) tops the list of product and service review aggregator TopTenReviews’ list of promotional products distributors. Henderson, Nevada-based Promo Direct was awarded the site’s Gold Award Winner for 2015. Read More »

Surviving The Sales Slump, Part 1 – March 31, 2015

Sales is a roller coaster and one of the signs of a great salesperson is that they are able navigate the highs and lows. Today and tomorrow, Promotional Consultant Today shares these tips for surviving a sales slump from brand expert Alice Myerhoff. Read More »

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