Forums For The Future: Adaptability (Live Session Only)
Includes a Live Event on 10/13/2020 at 1:00 PM (CDT)
With virtual small group discussions, Forums For The Future is an opportunity to connect with industry peers to discuss topics that are trending and to dive into them in a virtual small group format each month. This month's session will be led by the PPAI SPARK Work Group and conversations will focus around coaching for adaptability. 2020 has shown us how important it is to adapt, and this discussion will be on best practices for getting company-wide adaptability. We encourage suppliers, distributors, business services professionals to lend their voices to the conversations. Please note this session will only be offered live and therefore, there will not be an on-demand version of this session to view.
Head of Communications and Public Relations
Taylor Borst is head of communications and public relations for American Solutions for Business and has been a SPARK Work Group member from 2019-2020. After earning a bachelor’s degree in professional communications & emerging media from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, she joined the print and promo industry in 2015, specializing in digital storytelling, social media, promotional products, industry trends and supplier relations. Taylor is currently a Sous Chef with PromoKitchen, on PPAI SPARK work group, a contributing writer for PromoCorner and serves as an advocate for education and youth involvement in the industry.
Key Accounts Manager
Meghan Kory is a Key Accounts Manager for Hit Promotional Products and has been a SPARK Work Group member from 2019-2021. Meghan Kory started in the industry in 2012, right aftergraduating from Georgia Southern University. My first role was Inside Saleswith Hit Promotional Products. Meghan went to Admints & Zagabor in 2014 as theSouth East Territory Manager. In 2015, Admints was acquired by Hit PromotionalProducts.
Tosha Everhart is Sock Boss at Sock 101 and is a SPARK Work Group member from 2020-2022. After graduating with a bachelor’s in communication from the University of Missouri-Kansas City, she immersed herself into the world of marketing and social media, where her work eventually lead her to the promotional products industry just three years ago. Being fairly new to the industry, Everhart’s goal is to be more involved and volunteer where needed to continue to grow in the industry.
1. Once you have registered for the session, please add the calendar reminder since there will not be an on-demand viewing of this virtual session. When you go to open the session on the event day and time, please note it will open in a new window. Please do not close the session launch page.
2. Please turn on your webcam and your computer mic since you will be in small group discussions the entire time to discuss the topic with your industry peers.
3. Once you have completed the session, please close the session window and proceed to the session launch page for the Online Education Survey to receive credit.