PPB Newslink Revisits The Top Stories Of 2021

Following a year like 2020 and the seismic shifts that occurred in the promotional products industry and the world, 2021 delivered its own chaotic ride. Anyone hoping for a “precedented” year was sorely disappointed. The past year brought challenges, but it also saw many accomplishments and exciting changes. PPB Newslink looks back at the stories that shaped the industry and PPAI in 2021.

Expo Direct-2-You, PPAI’s First Virtual Trade Show, Opens Today

CBP Prohibits Imported Cotton, Tomato Products From China’s Xinjiang Region

Promo Companies Adapt To Brexit’s Impact On Their UK Businesses

COVID-19 Is Pushing Changes In The Event Industry

PPAI Appoints Interim President, Announces Executive Search

‘Buy American’ Executive Order Brings Promo Industry Benefits

Super Bowl LV’s Top Ads Connect With Audiences

PPAI Opposes Threat To Independent Contractor Model

Vote On The PRO Act Imminent; PPAI Outlines Opposition In New Podcast

PRO Act Passes House, Elevates Threat To Independent Contractors

PPAI Adds Its Voice To Prop 65 Revision Push-Back

Executive Order Raises Minimum Wage For Federal Contractors To $15 Per Hour

Young Industry Pros Discuss Overcoming Challenges At SPARK 2021 Direct-2-You

Europe’s PSI Show Hosts First Virtual Trade Show And Conference

Businesses Struggle To Find Qualified Workers After U.S. Economy Reopens

L.E.A.D. Strengthens Vital Connections Between The Promo Industry And Capitol Hill

3M Joins Pandemic Action Network To Improve Response And Prepare For Future Pandemics\

Three-Day WLC Stirs Inspiring Conversations And Creates Invaluable Connections

PPAI Announces 2022 Board Officers

Legislation Moving Through Congress May Pose Challenges For Importers

PPAI Names Dale Denham, MAS+, New President And CEO

The Tokyo Games Present New Challenges For Advertisers

PPAI Tackles Industry Logistics In New Event Following Summit D2U

In-Person Shows Coming Back Strong, SAAC Expo Is The Latest Example

Merchandise Remains Popular As Uncertainty Undermines Travel’s Role In Incentive Programs

Credit Card Transaction Fees Increasing For Businesses, Shoppers

Rising Paper Prices Factor Into Promo Companies’ Supply Chain Management

Suppliers Coping As Supply Chain Delays Continue

PPAI Joins Business, Financial Groups In Opposing Proposed Tax Information Reporting Requirement

The PPAI Expo 2022 Returns In Person To Las Vegas; Registration Now Open

Port Traffic Backlog Grows As Supply Chain Challenges Persist

U.S. To Push China Trade Agreements, May Reopen Tariff Exclusion Process

Chris Anderson, Denise Taschereau And Melissa Ralston Named To The PPAI Board

Distributors Work With Suppliers, Customers To Manage Supply Chain Challenges

The PPAI Expo Conference Brings A Curated Education Experience To Las Vegas

EPA To Regulate Water Resilience Chemicals

Mandalay Bay Renovations, Improvements Set To Enhance The PPAI Expo 2022

Exhibitors Voice Big Plans For The PPAI Expo 2022

Promopalooza, An Exciting New Event Experience, Coming To The PPAI Expo 2022

Supply Chain Woes Push Promo Companies To Rethink Sourcing Practices

Mandalay Bay Convention Center Is Ready For The PPAI Expo 2022

New PPAI Research Shows Why Consumers Take And Keep Promo Products

Health, Safety Top Of Mind In Planning The PPAI Expo 2022

Europe’s PSI Show 2022 Shifts From January To April

PPAI-Backed Ocean Shipping Reform Act Passes House In Strong Bipartisan Vote

Companies Can Survive The Great Resignation, If They Plan Now

Canadian Promo Insiders Split On Reactions To New Travel Advisory

Congress Gives Bipartisan Support To Uyghur Forced Labor Law

What A Comeback For Trade Shows Means For The Promotional Products Industry

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