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  • Supply Chain Mapping and Traceability

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/08/2020 at 11:00 AM (CST)

    Increasingly, companies are facing increasing demands for greater visibility into the working conditions in their supply chain beyond tier one. Supply chain mapping is a way for companies to trace the complicated network of deeper-tier suppliers and better understand the conditions workers face at these levels of their supply chain. The Fair Labor Association (FLA) will be providing guidance on how to conduct supply chain mapping for companies to better understand their complicated and intricate supply chains. This webinar will cover supply chain mapping basics, practical tips, and experiences from mapping a variety of raw materials supply chains. The training will cover guidance steps outlined in the Supply Chain Mapping, Transparency, Traceability guidance document. Join us to learn how to increase visibility into your supply chain. This session is an elective for the PPAI Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Increasingly, companies are facing increasing demands for greater visibility into the working conditions in their supply chain beyond tier one. Supply chain mapping is a way for companies to trace the complicated network of deeper-tier suppliers and better understand the conditions workers face at these levels of their supply chain.   The Fair Labor Association (FLA) will be providing guidance on how to conduct supply chain mapping for companies to better understand their complicated and intricate supply chains. This webinar will cover supply chain mapping basics, practical tips, and experiences from mapping a variety of raw materials supply chains. The training will cover guidance steps outlined in the Supply Chain Mapping, Transparency, Traceability guidance document. Join us to learn how to increase visibility into your supply chain. This session is an elective for the PPAI Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Richa Mittal

    Senior Director, Supply Chain Innovation and Partnerships, Fair Labor Association

    Richa Mittal is the Senior Director of Supply Chain Innovation and Partnerships at the Fair Labor Association (FLA) - a multi-stakeholder initiative with a mission to improve workers’ lives. She is currently based in FLA’s office in Geneva. Over the past 18 years, Mittal has worked closely with businesses, civil society organizations and governments. She is an ardent advocate for workers’ rights and specializes in research, labor standard due diligence and problem resolution in complex upstream supply chains. Mittal has led several FLA projects on traceability, child and forced labor, ethical recruitment, gender and youth, both in manufacturing and agricultural supply chains in Asia, EMEA and LATAM. As the head of the Supply Chain Innovation Department, she is the main architect of FLA’s programs on human rights due diligence and social compliance in the agriculture sector, raw materials traceability, and Fair Labor Agriculture Alliance (FLAA) – a platform focusing on collective remediation. She holds an MPH from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (USA) and a MS in Human Ecology from the University of Delhi (India).

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  • Diversity Opens Doors: Selling To Major Corporations And The Fortune 500

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/02/2020 at 1:00 PM (CST)

    Today more than ever before, companies both large and small are realizing the value of buying their ad specialty products from distributorships that embody diversity. In fact, many Fortune 500 corporations are tasked with developing business relationships with under-represented ownership groups, including women, veterans, visible minorities, LGBT and others. To get in front of these potential buyers and take advantage of the huge growth opportunity, it’s vital to have your business officially certified. During this session with Kathy Cheng, you’ll discover the tools you need to have a fair opportunity to be considered for contracts and other purchasing requirements. Plus, you’ll hear why your choice of supplier partners that exemplify diversity can help your distributorship thrive in the years to come.

    Today more than ever before, companies both large and small are realizing the value of buying their ad specialty products from distributorships that embody diversity. In fact, many Fortune 500 corporations are tasked with developing business relationships with under-represented ownership groups, including women, veterans, visible minorities, LGBT and others. To get in front of these potential buyers and take advantage of the huge growth opportunity, it’s vital to have your business officially certified. During this session with Kathy Cheng, you’ll discover the tools you need to have a fair opportunity to be considered for contracts and other purchasing requirements. Plus, you’ll hear why your choice of supplier partners that exemplify diversity can help your distributorship thrive in the years to come.

    Kathy Cheng

    President and Founder

    Kathy Cheng is President of WS & Co., one of Canada's leading full-service apparel manufacturers, and the founder of its in-stock promotional apparel line, Redwood Classics Apparel. In addition to producing past Olympic apparel programs, Cheng’s high-quality apparel can be found at upscale, internationally renowned retailers across North America. With a growing presence in Japan and Europe, WS & Co. has combated offshore competition, putting Canada on the map as a leading destination for premium apparel manufacturing.


    Cheng has been named as an honouree of Inc. Magazine #FemaleFounders 100 for 2020! A longtime champion of North American manufacturing, in 2016 Cheng received two honours that recognized and celebrated this fact: she was selected as a Supplier Woman of Distinction by the Advertising Specialty Institute® (ASI) and named to the MBE’s Who Rock list by Minority Business Entrepreneur Magazine. The recipient of CAMSC’s 2015 Supplier of the year award, Cheng was also one of three Canadians inducted into the 2014 EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women program. In 2013, she was named as one of Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award winners. Finally, Cheng focuses on paying it forward to the next generation of Canadian designers with her role as a mentor and member of the Board of Directors for Toronto Fashion Incubator (TFI).

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  • Navigating Coaching: The Core of Management

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    If you’re a new manager, the chances are good that the only things you’ve been taught how to do are: hire, dictate and fire. The truth is that being a great manager is far more than that. Great management is the art and skill of producing profitable behavior change in your people—the kind of behavior change that raises their level and the level of your staff. This session with Troy Harrison will show you how!

    If you’re a new manager, the chances are good that the only things you’ve been taught how to do are: hire, dictate and fire. The truth is that being a great manager is far more than that. Great management is the art and skill of producing profitable behavior change in your people—the kind of behavior change that raises their level and the level of your staff. This session with Troy Harrison will show you how!

    We’ll cover:

    1. Understanding your employees’ needs
    2. Why persuasion works better than dictation
    3. How to have an effective coaching meeting
    4. Following up and ensuring commitment
    5. And more!

    Troy Harrison

    Sales Manager

    Troy Harrison & Associates is owned and operated by Troy Harrison. Troy has been a top salesperson and sales manager for over fifteen years, and has turned around territories and entire sales forces. While working for a national managed services provider, he turned one of the company's worst sales forces into a two-time consecutive National Champion, with six President's Club salesperson awards and two National Champion Sales Manager awards. From there, he has worked as a “turnaround specialist," producing dramatic annual growth in sales and profitability. A track record of consistent overachievement against quota, and a thirst for selling knowledge, has produced one of America's finest sales consultants and trainers.


    In 2008, Troy authored “Sell Like You Mean It! – Outselling Your Competitors by Understanding Your Customers," which has sold over 5,000 copies nationwide and was a nominee for the 2008 Axiom Business Book of the Year Award. Troy has become a recognized leader in the sales training profession. He is sought out by leading publications such as Selling Power Magazine, Sales and Marketing Magazine, as well as high profile websites like CareerBuilder.com and the Wall Street Journal's digital network for advice and insight as to the state of the selling profession.

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  • A Tour Through The Global Cotton Supply Chain

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/16/2020

    Join this session to gain a detailed view into the global cotton supply chain. Mark Messura from Cotton Incorporated, a science-based not-for-profit, will take us through the cotton supply chain, from farming, to ginning, to manufacturing, and more. Along the way, he will discuss the top cotton producing countries in the world, the challenges to traceability, and clarify the facts about different production methods including GM, conventional, and organically-grown cotton. If you source, sell or manufacture cotton products, this webinar is for you. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Join this session to gain a detailed view into the global cotton supply chain. Mark Messura from Cotton Incorporated, a science-based not-for-profit, will take us through the cotton supply chain, from farming, to ginning, to manufacturing, and more. Along the way, he will discuss the top cotton producing countries in the world, the challenges to traceability, and clarify the facts about different production methods including GM, conventional, and organically-grown cotton. If you source, sell or manufacture cotton products, this webinar is for you. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

    Mark Messura

    Senior Vice President

    Mark Messura is Senior Vice President in the Global Supply Chain Marketing Division at Cotton Incorporated. In this role, Messura is responsible for the company’s global product marketing programs working with manufacturers, brands, and retailers worldwide on topics such as marketing strategy, product innovation, and sustainable supply chains. He is Chairman of the Industry Advisory Board for the Textile Apparel, Technology and Management program at North Carolina State University, where he also serves as an adjunct associate professor. He is a member of the industry advisory boards at Washington State University and Mississippi State University. Messura joined Cotton Incorporated in 1994. Prior to that, he was the Director of Policy and Programs for the North Carolina Rural Economic Development Center, and Associate Director of the North Carolina Board of Science and Technology. Messura earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of Michigan and a Master of Arts in Policy Analysis from Duke University.

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  • Sales Best Practices For New Promo Managers

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/04/2020

    Are you a new manager in the promo industry? If so, this is the right place for you! Tony Morris will explain sales best practices when overseeing sales staff for the first time. For those that aren't overseeing sales staff, he will have some best practices for your own direct sales as well.

    Are you a new manager in the promo industry? If so, this is the right place for you! Tony Morris will explain sales best practices when overseeing sales staff for the first time. For those that aren't overseeing sales staff, he will have some best practices for your own direct sales as well.

    Tony Morris

    Author and International Speaker

    Tony Morris is the Founder of TMI Training Academy, International Sales Speaker, author of 5 books and an acclaimed sales trainer to over 26,000 sales professionals. Having been in sales from the age of 18, Tony knows sales as well as he knows life and more importantly, he knows what it takes to lead a successful business! He has the ability to translate his hands-on experience into a coherent, compelling and exciting philosophy, which has made him an inspiring speaker and a powerful sales trainer to over 26,000 sales professionals.

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  • PPB Presents: We've Sold PPE. What's Next?

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/03/2020

    In this week's episode of the PPAI PromoTalks podcast, "PPB Presents: “We’ve Sold PPE. What’s Next?" listeners will hear three distributor owners discuss how they were able to rethink what their customers need and find new avenues for sales. Director of publications and editor at PPAI, Tina Berres Filipski, moderates this conversation with guests Janie Gaunce, president and CEO at Grapevine Designs; Michael Emoff, chief vision officer at Shumsky, and Hillary Feder, MAS, founder of Hillary’s LLC. In this reflective 50-minute conversation, distributors discuss how their businesses have evolved in this new environment, the biggest challenges they’ve faced and the strategies they’ve implemented to keep sales moving. They also share the new business opportunities they see for 2021 and beyond as well as how they’ve worked with clients to restart their businesses.

    In this week's episode of the PPAI PromoTalks podcast, "PPB Presents: “We’ve Sold PPE. What’s Next?" listeners will hear three distributor owners discuss how they were able to rethink what their customers need and find new avenues for sales. Director of publications and editor at PPAI, Tina Berres Filipski, moderates this conversation with guests Janie Gaunce, president and CEO at Grapevine Designs; Michael Emoff, chief vision officer at Shumsky, and Hillary Feder, MAS, founder of Hillary’s LLC.
    In this reflective 50-minute conversation, distributors discuss how their businesses have evolved in this new environment, the biggest challenges they’ve faced and the strategies they’ve implemented to keep sales moving. They also share the new business opportunities they see for 2021 and beyond as well as how they’ve worked with clients to restart their businesses. 

    Janie Gaunce

    President

    Janie Gaunce is president and CEO of Grapevine Designs, LLC in Lenexa, Kansas. She has served as a PPAI Board member, is active in PPAMidwest and is a co-founder of "100 Jobs for 100 Moms.” She is also a member of the University of Kansas Hospital Advancement Board and serves on the board for Amethyst Place.  

    Michael Emoff

    Chairman and Owner

    Michael is a third-generation co-owner of Shumsky, founded in 1953. Michael developed the concept for boost engagement in 2005, utilizing web technology to deliver effective employee recognition programs. He has been recognized as a global expert in the field of recognition and reward programs, holds over 25 patents for products used in the recognition and promotional industry. He has also been an integral part of developing and managing Shumsky Therapeutic Pillows and Outta the Box Dispensers.

    Hillary Feder, MAS

    Founder, Hillary's LLC

    For more than 30 years, Hillary has been a leader in strategic plan design, program planning and branded product design to support enterprise engagement initiatives. She is deeply committed to supporting community with her leadership. She serves on numerous boards with a deep commitment to each organization’s work: Alerus Twin Cities Region Advisory Board; Minnesota Retailers Association, Executive Board; Final Four VIP Recognition Committee; Sabes Jewish Community, Board Chair.

    Hillary received a Bachelor of Science degree from Boston University School of Management. She also has completed the Strategies For Business Vision and Growth Program, John M. Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship, University of St. Thomas. Hillary has earned the designation of MAS and multiple Pyramid Awards, demonstrating expertise and commitment in the use of branded promotional products. 

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  • The Future of Print

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/28/2020

    Join this session with Stephanie Drago and a panel of print experts including Sadie Whiting, Amanda Vogel, and Mark Kral, as they discuss where print is headed what the future may look like. This panel session will give you tips and ideas on how to profit with print and drive your sales growth. This session will touch on three key areas: 1. Where are the print opportunities? 2. How do you get started selling print? We will discuss ideas on who to approach and how to ask. 3. Who is buying print? We will talk about the three top industries buying print. This session is sponsored by Navitor.

    Join this session with Stephanie Drago and a panel of print experts including Sadie Whiting, Amanda Vogel, and Mark Kral, as they discuss where print is headed what the future may look like. This panel session will give you tips and ideas on how to profit with print and drive your sales growth.  This session will touch on three key areas:
    1.    Where are the print opportunities?  
    2.    How do you get started selling print?  We will discuss ideas on who to approach and how to ask.
    3.    Who is buying print?  We will talk about the three top industries buying print.

    This session is sponsored by

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    Stephanie Drago

    Director of Marketing

    Stephanie Drago, Director of Marketing.  Stephanie has 20 years in marketing, ecommerce, and all things digital. She’s a visionary and energetic leader with strong background in results-driven marketing and data analysis to promote innovation in product design.



    Amanda Vogel

    Senior Account Executive

    Amanda Vogel, Senior Account Executive at Navitor. Amanda has been with Navitor for 12 years and helps with education initiatives to ensure understanding and access across all of Navitor and its Affiliates. She helps our distributors identify new customer opportunities utilizing multiple product options to implement mutually profitable programs.

    Sadie Whiting

    Senior Strategic Account Manager

    Sadie Whiting, Senior Strategic Account Manager and a Label Expert with over 17 years of experience with Label Works in the industry. She is passionate about helping resellers and manufacturers achieve sales growth by providing consultative expertise.

    Mark Kral

    Stationary Sales Manager

    Navitor Stationery Sales Manager.  Mark has 14 years of various experience with Navitor, from Operations, Product Management to Sales there is very little that he doesn’t know about print.

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  • Creating A Change Agent Network Virtual Session Sponsored By SPARK 2020

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/27/2020

    The rate of change is higher today than ever before, people across all industries are finding themselves in change-saturated organizations. Add to that the pressure to achieve return on investment for projects and initiatives and it can fill overwhelming. What you need is a team to help understand how the change is perceived across the organization and industry, what people need and want to know, and where resistance to the change needs to be managed. You're also going to need to create help creating communications, coaching leaders and influencers on their next steps. This session with Carla Howard is designed for young professionals of the promo industry. Participants will network with peers while learning how to create a change agent network, why you need that network, and how to help lead change going forward. Leading change is hard—make it easier by building a change agent network!

    The rate of change is higher today than ever before, people across all industries are finding themselves in change-saturated organizations. Add to that the pressure to achieve return on investment for projects and initiatives and it can fill overwhelming. What you need is a team to help understand how the change is perceived across the organization and industry, what people need and want to know, and where resistance to the change needs to be managed. You're also going to need to create help creating communications, coaching leaders and influencers on their next steps. This session with Carla Howard is designed for young professionals of the promo industry. Participants will network with peers while learning how to create a change agent network, why you need that network, and how to help lead change going forward. Leading change is hard—make it easier by building a change agent network!

    Carla Howard

    Owner and Change Management Expert

    Carla Howard is a Keynote Speaker and a Transformational Change Leader. She is an advocate for professional women, supporting them through her work as speaker, online course creator, and mentor. Carla’s goal is to help professional women become more Influential and Promotable so they can Rise with Confidence and Grace! Carla spent 25+ years building a corporate career before stepping into her speaking, coaching, and consulting business full time in 2019. Her experience includes successfully coaching professionals on how to successfully lead change, and how to achieve their personal definition of career success. She is a results-oriented leader who values kindness, accountability, celebrating mistakes, and remembering to have fun in the workplace. Carla believes that all of us have the ability to create our dream careers while finding joy in the journey!

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  • DEI Forum: Driving Change On Reciprocity Road

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/22/2020

    In the height of this summer’s passionate call for change and equality, two women began their diversity, equity and inclusion journeys: Cindy Tsuji of Image Source and Renee Holmes of Brand Fuel. They connected during a DEI Forum. Realizing their companies are both members of Reciprocity Road, Cindy and Renee have joined forces to advance diversity, equity and inclusion within their organizations. With accountability and collaboration, these women are making an impact. Join this DEI Forum to learn about what they’re working on, converse with your industry peers and be inspired on your journey!

    In the height of this summer’s passionate call for change and equality, two women began their diversity, equity and inclusion journeys: Cindy Tsuji of Image Source and Renee Holmes of Brand Fuel. They connected during a DEI Forum. Realizing their companies are both members of Reciprocity Road, Cindy and Renee have joined forces to advance diversity, equity and inclusion within their organizations. With accountability and collaboration, these women are making an impact. Join this DEI Forum to learn about what they’re working on, converse with your industry peers and be inspired on your journey!

    Cindy Tsuji

    Senior Account Executive

    Cindy Tsuji has been the Senior Account Executive with Image Source. She discovered the promo industry after 20 + years of Corporate Sales. 2.5 generation Japanese American.  Born and raised in San Diego. The only Asian family in the predominantly white, upper middle-class community of Pt Loma. Proud daughter of a Seamstress and Gardener who was interned in the Poston, AZ Concentration camp for those of Japanese Ancestry. A Passionate World traveler and Endurance Athlete. Completed a half marathon on all 7 continents. (Yes, that includes Antarctica) Moved to Japan after graduating from SDSU. Stayed and travelled throughout Southeast Asia 4 years until the Kobe earthquake of 1995 changed life forever. In full self-discovery/education mode. Trying my best to be a better human.

    Renee Holmes

    Sales Coordinator

    After attending college at UNC Greensboro, Renee began her career on the supplier side of the wedding & gift Industry, designing for and repping a boutique stationery line. From there, she got into deco with a local screen printer, where she learned just exactly how much work goes into a printed t-shirt.   With customer service, sales and deco experience under her belt, she is now all promo and a Sales Coordinator with Brand Fuel.  Renee has happily agreed to lead the charge for the recently established Brand Fuel DEI Board, where she is focusing on creative ways to implement company-wide DEI education and personal accountability, and she's not scared to ruffle a few feathers along the way.

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  • Link Business Strategy, Business Results and Culture For Future Success

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/07/2020

    There are many ways to measure the keys to a company’s success beyond the P&L statements. Employee engagement, talent optimization, and diversity & inclusion are just some of the ways to describe success in a business. Join this session with Isabella Zaczek to learn how to plan for the future and implement a people strategy that is based on data, science, heart and skills.

    There are many ways to measure the keys to a company’s success beyond the P&L statements. Employee engagement, talent optimization, and diversity & inclusion are just some of the ways to describe success in a business. Join this session with Isabella Zaczek to learn how to plan for the future and implement a people strategy that is based on data, science, heart and skills.

    Isabella Zaczek

    Founder and Consultant

    Isabella Zaczek believes that it takes an uncomfortable analysis and serious commitment to change to create legacy and greatness. Having worked for a Fortune 500 telecommunication company for 18 years in Europe and the USA, supporting over 250 global companies across 5 continents, Isabella believes that global companies have made an art out of complicating global relationships and workflows. Certified in a variety of cutting-edge leadership and team performance tools, Isabella helps organizations untangle the complexities of people, processes, and metrics, to create stronger bottom-lines, more engaged employees and customer devotion.

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