Promotional products are a critical component of corporate marketing, employee moral, and client retention. Overall, the market is seeing a shift from low priced giveaways (famously known as Chachkies), to premium high value gifts that end users will keep and use consistently. Environmentally responsible products have contributed to that higher value considerably, and more importantly the perceived value.
We work with the world’s most coveted suppliers who have corporate, environment, and social responsibility at the forefront. Our network of suppliers leverages critical standards to maintain and enforce compliance.
“By working closely with our suppliers, we have been able to improve their social compliance standards to the point that our Top 100 vendors (which represent 80% of our overall business) rank at an orange level or higher, meaning there are no high-risk nonconformities on site. We continue to work with those vendors for ongoing improvements, and have now extended our focus to reach the next 50 vendors”
Michelle Armstrong Director Product Development & Compliance at Global Buying Services
With improved technology and manufacturing techniques - today’s sustainable promotional products are at the top of their game. Learn how these products and their charity partners are making a difference.
A solid, reliable, and durable cooler is an essential Fall item. Whether it's tailgating, camping, concerts, or company events - having a way to keep drinks or food cool and safe is a must!
From making conference calls to emailing reports, mobile devices have become an essential item in the work from home environment. Therefore, it's important that now more than ever our smartphones and tablets stay charged throughout the day.
Created in 1963, the Pantone Matching System is primarily used for print and textile production. The system involves very specific formulas that mixes inks to provide a broad spectrum of colors. Each color is assigned a universal code used by printing companies and graphic designers. This code gives us the exact specifications and instructions of how to mix the ink and print your logo. Below is an example of how this matching process works.