The BPMA, British Promotional Merchandise Association has recently appointed 2 new board directors, Andrew Hill, managing director of Senator Pens and Clive Allcot commercial director of Screenworks.
Great Central Plastics were once again exhibiting at a BPMA organised event – Merchandise World, alongside a number of other Briman members showcasing the benefits of British manufacturing, and all it has to offer.
A looming deadline for dealing with chemicals could affect businesses. Now is the time to act, says Melissa Chevin.
Water bottles are growing in popularity, but how compliant are yours? Mark Oliver outlines the requirements.
This year’s PPW was the most engaging yet, spreading the message more broadly than ever and galvanising BPMA members.
Advances in printing make it easier to produce all over designs. Let your Imagination run wild, says Clive Allcott.
A changing marketplace requires a new outlook on how to best service distributors, says Sanjay Bhalla.
Fluid Branding has been spreading the word about its services, with two events recently bringing together hand-picked attendees and suppliers.
October’s Festival of Marketing was an opportunity for the merchandise community to promote the benefits of product media to a senior marketing audience, who gathered over the course of two days to listen to big name speakers from brands such as John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, The AA and Virgin.
UK, November 2017 – From the 1st November, 2017, The Sweet People, are relocating all non-confectionery items from their long-standing promotional gifts business to their sister company, Liquid Lens, as part of their ongoing commitment as a SALSA audited supplier.
NEWTON, IA— The Vernon Company, #19 on ASI’s Top 40 Distributors list, and Brandinc, #1 fastest growing distributor 2016 and #8 in 2017 with US headquarters located in Los Angeles, have formed a strategic partnership to serve Fortune 500 clients with domestic and international requirements for promotional marketing programs.
Long-term value comes from investing in products that delight customers, says John Thorp.
There are multiple beneﬁts to working with a homegrown supplier, says Phil Morgan.
The market for promotional merchandise in France is buoyant. Juliette Salome explains how its trade body is building awareness of product media.
After months of planning and hard work, and plenty of anticipation from the industry, the doors opened on the newest promotional merchandise event.
Mo Yusuff, boss of Club Row Creations recently showed that he was also the boss of the ring when he took part in a boxing bout to raise funds after the Grenfell Tower ﬁre. He explained his motivation and boxing background to Product Media.
Suppliers and distributors mixed business and pleasure at Ignite’s annual race day get together.
Essex-based Premier Print and Promotions did the double at the Countywide Business Awards. As well as being awarded Employer of the Year for Essex, the company managing director, Jamie Marshall, won Business Man of the Year for Essex. It is the second time he’s nabbed that prize.
As mentioned in our recent September story posting, we had some wonderful news last week that Iona Lake who works at Scanglo and is the daughter of Scanglo owner Matthew Lake has been selected for Team England’s 75-strong team athletics squad for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia!