Global Promotional Product Organization Elects Supervisory Board
Dayton, OH May 11, 2015 – IGC Global Promotions NV (IGC), the first single-source global promotional product company, announces the election of the new board at the corporate meeting held in Hong Kong. Michael Emoff, Chairman of USA’s Shumsky Promotional, was re-elected to Chairman of the Supervisory Board. Other officers include Samuel Ling, Hiromori International / Hong Kong, Benson Leigh, Servicios Ilimitados / Peru, Jay Nathanson of Target Marketing / USA, Norbert Alt of Admixx / Germany and Dirk Van Lysbeth of Mondial Gifts / Belgium. The global consortium now has 56 members.
Shumsky has been an IGC (International Gift Council) Global Promotions member/owner for 8 years. As an IGC member, Shumsky has the ability to offer their global clients in-country promotional product consulting, global fulfillment and distribution with in-country custom clearance and expertise in international product safety. Additional advantages include purchasing efficiencies and preferred pricing, reduced brand risks, and benefits from local service for cultural preferences, including appropriate languages and currencies.
Now represented in 56 countries, IGC members perform as a single business focused on serving their global clients efficiently and effectively through all stages of promotional products procurement with the single objective of defining “the best global customer service experience”. IGC is slated to open their Global Purchasing Office in Hong Kong this summer.
“I’m incredibly humbled by my re-election to the IGC Supervisory Board,” stated Michael Emoff.“ As Chairman, I will continue to help supervise the operations management board of IGC and work to enhance governance of the organization. Together, we will work to serve clients with global needs and provide an advantageous international promotional solution for them.” The promotional products industry has worldwide sales of approximately $ 55 (USD) billion. The aggregate revenue of the IGC Global Promotions member companies is currently $600 (USD) million.