It’s November; there’s a chill in the air and it’s time to consider your holiday gift-giving options. For small businesses, there are customers, special suppliers, partners, and employees to thank. For nonprofits, you’ll want to show appreciation to top donors, volunteers, funders, special suppliers, and employees.
But, with limited budgets, how can you show your appreciation and boost your brand without spending a fortune?
Well, here are some suggestions: Continue reading
May 18-22, 2015 marks Promotional Products Week! So, what does that mean exactly?
This annual event serves as a cornerstone for recognizing the importance of working with promotional products professionals while creating awareness for promotional products as a powerful and effective medium. And, since Solutions Marketing & Consulting is a promotional products distributor, I thought I’d share some very interesting facts with you. Ready?
First, let’s define what promotional products are. According to the PPAI (Promotional Products Association International):
Promotional products usually imprinted with a company’s name, logo or message — include useful or decorative articles of merchandise that are used in marketing and communication programs. Imprinted products that are distributed free are called promotional products. Imprinted items given as an incentive for a specific action are known as premiums. Business gifts, awards and commemoratives are also considered promotional products.”