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  • Finding Your Social Media Voice

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/27/2019

    Ever wondered how other distributors are using social media? Curious about the platforms they are using and the content they are posting? Join Sara Webb from InTandem Promotions as she shares some successful social media strategies to identify potential followers, provide content that matters and stay relevant in this competitive viewer space.

    Ever wondered how other distributors are using social media? Curious about the platforms they are using and the content they are posting? Join Sara Webb from InTandem Promotions as she shares some successful social media strategies to identify potential followers, provide content that matters and stay relevant in this competitive viewer space.

    Sara Webb

    Owner - InTandem Promotions

    Sara Webb has more than 20 years of industry experience. With previous experiences as a buyer in a completely different industry, she became hooked on promotional products and its possibilities for branding organizations. In 1999, Sara began working in the promotional product industry where her true love for this industry flourished. 

    In 2013, Sara built InTandem Promotions. In her words, “Ever since I can remember, I have been a juggler. Juggling activities, career, family, friends and volunteering. I have learned through all of this juggling that I can do it myself. But it's far easier (not to mention more fun) to juggle with a partner.” And it was on that premise that the InTandem Promotions brand was created. 
      
    In owning InTandem, Sara has had to learn social media. There is not an in-house team that manages the ever-evolving social media landscape. With the help and feedback of her team, Sara runs the social media platform for InTandem Promotions. Her experiences—both positive and lessons to learn—are what she is looking forward to sharing during this webinar. 

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  • Best of Expo 2019: Big Game Hunting

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/22/2019

    In selling, large accounts are a different animal. Like big game, they are at once exhilarating and frightening. The tactics you use to sell to small clients might cause your death if you try them on the big game. In this session, Paul Kiweiet, MAS+ will share the strategies and tactics that can give you a chance to bag the big client and keep it from killing you. The rules are different. From prospecting, to pre-approach, then getting started and keeping them happy; profitable large accounts are rare and take a great deal of care and feeding. The payoffs can be huge but require patience, persistence and commitment. Not everyone can do it, but if you want to go for it – go in prepared.

    In selling, large accounts are a different animal. Like big game, they are at once exhilarating and frightening. The tactics you use to sell to small clients might cause your death if you try them on the big game. In this session, Paul Kiweiet, MAS+ will share the strategies and tactics that can give you a chance to bag the big client and keep it from killing you. The rules are different. From prospecting, to pre-approach, then getting started and keeping them happy; profitable large accounts are rare and take a great deal of care and feeding. The payoffs can be huge but require patience, persistence and commitment. Not everyone can do it, but if you want to go for it – go in prepared.

    Paul Kiewiet, MAS+

    Paul Kiewiet, MAS+ is an international speaker, writer, coach and facilitator. He earned the Master Advertising Specialist Plus from PPAI and the Certified Incentive Professional designation from the Association of Incentive Marketing and Certified Life Coach from Fowler Wainwright International Institute of Professional Coaching. He's the winner of nine Pyramid Awards from PPAI for creativity and results and has received two ASI Spirit Awards including Marketer of the Year. His magazine articles were recognized with the EXCEL Award from the Society of Non-Profit Association Publications He's the recipient of a Golden Key Award from the Incentive Manufacturers Representatives Association, President's Award from National Premium Sales Executives, and has been inducted into the Michigan Promotional Professionals Association Hall of Fame. Prior to founding Promotion Concepts, Inc. in 1982, Paul worked in the point of purchase merchandising, outdoor advertising and radio advertising and production disciplines. He has created sales promotion, marketing, incentive and merchandising campaigns for some of America's finest and most valuable brands including Kellogg's, Coca-Cola, Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid, Borden, Elmer's, Krylon, Kroger, Wal-Mart, Dow Brands, Tobler-Suchard, Andes Candies, Mentos, Soup Starter, Wyler's, Realemon, Hush Puppies, Rocky Shoes and Boots and RainDance. He sold Promotion Concepts in 2005 and has focused on people performance, leadership, corporate social responsibility and industry growth issues. His articles have appeared in numerous business publications and podcasts of his presentations have been featured on CBS Radio, the American Marketing Association, and on US Airways Sky Radio. He has been quoted in Fortune, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, B2B Magazine, Kipplinger Newsletter and Wired magazine. He is a member of the National Speakers Association, a lifetime member of the Promotional Products Association International, The Incentive Marketing Association, and Promotional Products Association of Chicago, Michigan Promotional Professionals Association. He has been trained in Gallup University on positive emotions and Marcus Buckingham-trained for strength-based alignment. He has served as a trustee, board member and/or officer of the Forum for People Performance Management and Measurement at Northwestern University, National Premium Sales Executives, Association of Incentive Marketing and the Promotional Products Association International. Paul lives in Grand Rapids, MI and enjoys biking, running, music, arts and Lake Michigan. He has completed twenty 26.2 mile marathons, climbed 103 stories to the top of Willis Tower, climbed Mt Ararat, summited Mt Kilimanjaro, dove the Great Barrier Reef, survived a Warrior Dash, and standup paddle boarded all five of the Great Lakes. In 2015, we was inducted into the PPAI Hall of Fame.

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  • How the U.S. Supreme Court’s Wayfair Decision Impacts the Promotional Products Industry

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/20/2019

    What was the decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair and what does this ruling mean for businesses? Which states do I have to collect sales tax for and when do I have to start collecting? What are some options for complying with the numerous state and local sales tax collection requirements? Receive answers to these questions and more during this webinar delivered by Craig Johnson, executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board and Patrick J. Reynolds and Fred Nicely from the Council on State Taxation, an organization comprised of some of the largest multistate businesses nationwide.

    What was the decision in South Dakota v. Wayfair and what does this ruling mean for businesses? Which states do I have to collect sales tax for and when do I have to start collecting?  What are some options for complying with the numerous state and local sales tax collection requirements? Receive answers to these questions and more during this webinar delivered by Craig Johnson, executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board and Patrick J. Reynolds and Fred Nicely from the Council on State Taxation, an organization comprised of some of the largest multistate businesses nationwide.

    Craig Johnson

    Executive Director, Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, Inc.

    Craig Johnson is the executive director of the Streamlined Sales Tax Governing Board, Inc. In this position, which he has held since January 2013, Johnson functions as the chief operating officer for an organization that currently includes 24 different state governments. He is responsible for the day-to-day needs of the Governing Board and its committees. Johnson has been involved with the Streamlined Sales Tax Project since 2006, serving as one of Wisconsin’s representatives.

    Prior to this position, Johnson worked at the Wisconsin Department of Revenue for over 20 years.  During that time, he held the titles of revenue field auditor and a sales and use tax specialist in the Administration Technical Services Unit. Johnson was a frequent speaker on Wisconsin sales and use tax issues and is a certified public accountant.

    Patrick J. Reynolds

    Senior Tax Counsel, Council On State Taxation (COST)

    Patrick J. Reynolds is a Senior Tax Counsel with the Council On State Taxation (COST).  He is part of the COST advocacy team, where he is staff liaison to the Unclaimed Property Committee and the Sales Tax Committee, and he contributes to tax policy development, drafting, and legislative advocacy. 

    He received his JD from Creighton University School of Law and his BSBA – Accounting from the University of Nebraska at Omaha.  He is a member of the Nebraska and Texas state bars and is a licensed CPA.  

    Fred Nicely

    Senior Tax Counsel, Council On State Taxation (COST)

    Fred Nicely is a Senior Tax Counsel at COST.  His role as Senior Tax Counsel extends to all aspects of the COST mission statement:  “to preserve and promote equitable and nondiscriminatory state and local taxation of multijurisdictional business entities.”  Before joining COST, Fred served in the Ohio Department of Taxation for four years as Deputy Tax Commissioner over Legal and for the prior seven years as the Department’s Chief Counsel.  Fred’s undergraduate degree in psychology (with a concentration in accounting) is from the Ohio State University.  He obtained his MBA and JD from Capital University in Columbus, Ohio.  

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  • Best of Expo 2019: Networking And Prospecting On LinkedIn For Business

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/15/2019

    With over 100 million business users in the U.S., LinkedIn is one of the best sources for leads. Of course, with over 100 million leads, finding the right people to meet with is like finding a needle in a haystack. In this session Bill McCormick will show attendees how to use the free search function on LinkedIn to find specific people; how to use the “Jobs” section to get into new companies; how to use the search function of Sales Navigator; and how to use LinkedIn in networking situations.

    With over 100 million business users in the U.S., LinkedIn is one of the best sources for leads. Of course, with over 100 million leads, finding the right people to meet with is like finding a needle in a haystack. In this session Bill McCormick will show attendees how to use the free search function on LinkedIn to find specific people; how to use the “Jobs” section to get into new companies; how to use the search function of Sales Navigator; and how to use LinkedIn in networking situations. 

    Bill McCormick

    Co-Owner

    Bill McCormick is co-owner of Team Creative Connections (PPAI 624673), and started in promotional products sales when he and his wife started their company in 2013.  Bill quickly found the value of LinkedIn, first as a lead generator, and then to increase sales.  Since then, they can attribute over $350K in sales to utilizing LinkedIn as part of their sales cycle.  
    Bill is passionate about the power of LinkedIn and combing that with the power of promotional products to help distributors find leads and generate sales.
    Bill recently joined the team of Social Sales Link, helping both individuals and sales teams leverage the power of social selling to attract, teach and engage targeted buyers.
    Bill lives with his wife Sue in Catskill, NY.

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  • Technology And The Future Of Our Industry

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/13/2019

    Virtual Reality. Augmented Reality. Unregulated Cryptocurrencies. Technology is evolving rapidly and there is no shortage of hype about the “Next Great Thing.” Join David Shultz as he shares the technology trends he believes will have the greatest impact on our industry in the near future.

    Virtual Reality. Augmented Reality. Unregulated Cryptocurrencies. Technology is evolving rapidly and there is no shortage of hype about the “Next Great Thing.”  Join David Shultz as he shares the technology trends he believes will have the greatest impact on our industry in the near future.

    David Shultz

    Vice President of Supplier Partnerships

    David Shultz is the vice president of supplier partnerships for commonsku. David has more than 17 years of experience in the promotional products industry and is the former vice president of operations at Distributor Central. A recent PPAI Fellow inductee and recipient of PPAI's Industry Collaborator award, he is the incoming president of the Promotional Products Association Midwest (PPAM) and serves as a member of the Regional Association Council (RAC). In his new role, David will work with suppliers to help them connect with distributors more effectively, as well as help them integrate with Promo Standards to achieve better operational efficiency.

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  • Best of Expo 2019: Leadership To Drive The Bottom Line

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/08/2019

    If you’re ready to drive change and innovation, and motivate your staff to make a lasting impact on your organization and profitability, let Lindsay Anvik show you how. Attendees at this session will learn how to manage middle management so that the company runs more efficiently; how to design days for delegation, automation and priority operations; and, how to hire people who help the leaders lead.

    If you’re ready to drive change and innovation, and motivate your staff to make a lasting impact on your organization and profitability, let Lindsay Anvik show you how. Attendees at this session will learn how to manage middle management so that the company runs more efficiently; how to design days for delegation, automation and priority operations; and, how to hire people who help the leaders lead.

    Lindsay Anvik

    Lindsay Anvik is a fourth-generation entrepreneur who has worked with high-profile celebrities and CEOs in music and film, and in the digital space. Her marketing and business development strategies that have led to coverage in The New York Times, InStyle magazine, the New York Post, Metro New York and many others.  She's been a featured contributor on MSNBC's Your Business.

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  • Courage To Change: An Enhanced Approach To PPAI’s Governance Structure

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/06/2019

    Market disruption, constant change and uncertainty challenge PPAI members and the promotional products industry. PPAI counts on its volunteer leaders, their diverse experiences and expertise to help us be nimble and succeed. To enhance its governance model and tap into the strengths of PPAI’s membership, new initiatives will be deployed in 2019 to expand the pool of leadership candidates and improve member experiences. In this webinar presented by Cathi Hight and Paul Bellantone, CAE, you’ll explore: 1. PPAI’s investment in strategic foresight and how it benefits members. 2. Four governance changes PPAI is deploying in 2019, why it matters and how it impacts you. 3. New leadership opportunities for PPAI members.

    Market disruption, constant change and uncertainty challenge PPAI members and the promotional products industry. PPAI counts on its volunteer leaders, their diverse experiences and expertise to help us be nimble and succeed. To enhance its governance model and tap into the strengths of PPAI’s membership, new initiatives will be deployed in 2019 to expand the pool of leadership candidates and improve member experiences.

    In this webinar presented by Cathi Hight and Paul Bellantone, CAE, you’ll explore: 
    1. PPAI’s investment in strategic foresight and how it benefits members.
    2. Four governance changes PPAI is deploying in 2019, why it matters and how it impacts you.
    3. New leadership opportunities for PPAI members.

    Cathi Hight

    President - Hight Performance Group

    Cathi Hight is a Kaizen consultant and the president of Hight Performance Group based in Austin, Texas. Considered an industry thought leader, she is the developer of The Member Retention Kit and A New Approach to Tiered Membership. Cathi helps associations manage constant change, meet the expectations of their members and effectively communicate the value of membership.

    With more than 20 years’ experience in performance improvement, Cathi helps clients identify their real problems and solve them. She shares Kaizen principles of continuous improvement, making small and incremental changes and improving customer experiences, which bring about “good change” for internal and external customers alike.

    Paul Bellantone, CAE

    President and Chief Executive Officer of the Promotional Products Association International

    Paul Bellantone is the president and CEO of PPAI, the not-for-profit association for more than 15,000 member companies of the $24.7 billion promotional products industry. Bellantone is committed to advancing the promotional products industry through visibility, viability and credibility. He is focused on delivering compelling member value and responsible for successfully executing the strategies and vision of the PPAI Board of Directors and advocating for the industry and its professional practitioners.

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  • Best of Expo 2019: Safe Conversations: Dialogue That Transforms Workplace Culture

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Employee conflict is a reality in the workplace. When working relationships are strained, organizations experience lowered productivity, employee under performance and negative workplace culture. While conflict is inevitable, when workplaces engage in “safe conversations”—transformative dialogue that uncovers hidden workplace issues—concerns are identified, behaviors are addressed, and a positive workplace culture is established. Join Lorie Reichel-Howe to learn how to equip managers to foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within their teams by learning skills to safely talk about issues that hinder the success of the people they lead.

    Employee conflict is a reality in the workplace. When working relationships are strained, organizations experience lowered productivity, employee under performance and negative workplace culture. While conflict is inevitable, when workplaces engage in “safe conversations”—transformative dialogue that uncovers hidden workplace issues—concerns are identified, behaviors are addressed, and a positive workplace culture is established. Join Lorie Reichel-Howe to learn how to equip managers to foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within their teams by learning skills to safely talk about issues that hinder the success of the people they lead.

    Lorie Reichel-Howe

    Founder - Conversations in the Workplace

    Lorie Reichel-Howe is founder of Conversations in the Workplace. She equips managers and teams to have “safe conversations” – transformative dialogues that uncover hidden workplace issues. These conversations foster greater innovation, inclusion and collaboration within the organization. With over 20 years of experience in communications and relationship management, training and development, Lorie is passionate about supporting organizations in creating a culture where people love where they work and with whom they work. Lorie is a professional mediator and conflict coach. Lorie mediates small claims and civil harassment cases at the Santa Clara Superior Court and provides community mediation for the Santa Clara Department of Human Relations. 

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  • Managing Your Finances In The Cloud With QuickBooks Online

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 01/30/2019

    This webinar by John Meaney will focus on the benefits of using QuickBooks Online to manage your business finances. Learn how Intuit is powering the prosperity of small businesses by creating a product that requires zero data entry. Find out how to reclaim up to 11 hours per month by maximizing the functionality of cloud-based accounting with QuickBooks Online.

    This webinar will focus on the benefits of using QuickBooks Online to manage your business finances. Learn how Intuit is powering the prosperity of small businesses by creating a product that requires zero data entry. Find out how to reclaim up to 11 hours per month by maximizing the functionality of cloud-based accounting with QuickBooks Online.

    John Meaney

    Key Accounts Manager

    John Meaney manages the Key Accounts Team at Intuit. He’s been with the company for 13 years holding a variety of roles with a focus on empowering Small Businesses for financial success. In 2015 Meaney obtained the Certified Franchise Executive designation from the IFA and has helped some of the nation’s largest franchise organizations convert and standardize on the QuickBooks Online cloud-based product line. Meaney is a graduate of Texas Christian University and currently lives in McKinney, Texas with his wife and two daughters. In his spare time, he likes to run—a lot.

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  • The Skill Set Of The Future

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The business world grows more competitive every day. To stay in demand in this tough environment, you need to perform at a level higher than ever before. You must achieve better results (and do so quickly), instantly recover from missteps and garner the confidence to thrive in times of uncertainty. To do this, you need a modern-day skill set that gives you an edge over competitors and helps you efficiently reach your goals. In addition to perfecting the hard skills you need for your industry, you must also focus on developing trust and engagement—two components lacking in many business interactions today. Join Paul Krasnow to learn the seven best practices that are necessary for success.

    The business world grows more competitive every day. To stay in demand in this tough environment, you need to perform at a level higher than ever before. You must achieve better results (and do so quickly), instantly recover from missteps and garner the confidence to thrive in times of uncertainty. To do this, you need a modern-day skill set that gives you an edge over competitors and helps you efficiently reach your goals. In addition to perfecting the hard skills you need for your industry, you must also focus on developing trust and engagement—two components lacking in many business interactions today. Join Paul Krasnow to learn the seven best practices that are necessary for success.

    Paul Krasnow

    Financial Representative - Northwestern Mutual

    Paul Krasnow is a financial representative at Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, where he has been a top producer for 40 years. He is known for providing innovative solutions for his clients’ personal and business needs. Paul has been named a Top 20 Agent 18 times and a Top 10 Western Regional Agent 25 times. Early in his career, Paul suffered a financially devastating bankruptcy with a line of clothing stores he owned, but went on to join Northwestern Mutual, where he has created an impressive block of business and a strong network of clients, many of whom have become lifelong friends. Paul enjoys teaching others about the mindset of resilience and the skill set it takes to prosper in any environment. He has published articles for insurance publications both locally and nationally and has served on a variety of boards. Paul regularly speaks for multiple life associations in the U.S. and has given seminars for law firms and CPA firms in the Southern California area. His book The Success Code: A Guide For Achieving Your Personal Best In Business And Life” can be found on Amazon.

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