In the promotional products market, there is growing pressure from Fortune 500 end-user clients for proof from their distributors that the products they are sourcing are safe and compliant. There is only one organization, Quality Certification Alliance, that it focused solely on accrediting manufacturers’ processes in the areas of product safety and quality, social responsibility, supply chain security, and environmental impact. But there are common misconceptions that the QCA certification is too expensive, only for large suppliers, or doesn’t provide a significant return for the cost involved. In this video, Pierre Martichoux, founder and principal of Chameleon Like, discusses his experience and successes related to QCA accreditation.
In today’s rapidly evolving marketplace, regardless of the industry in which you operate, safety is no doubt a primary concern. For those in the promotional products manufacturing business, safety is only one of several pertinent issues that companies must address and implement. An effective solution? QCA Accreditation, an all-encompassing solution that protects brand equity throughout the supply chain, boosts your brand reputation and increases...read more
QCA Certification brings a number of benefits that improve product lines, enhance organizational credibility, and directly impact both top- and bottom-line results. Industry Leadership And Product Differentiation QCA Accredited companies take the leadership role in improving industry standards. QCA Accredited companies have a proactive comprehensive compliance program in place to protect the brand equity of the end user clients. QCA Accreditation...read more
Quality Certification Alliance Accreditation includes a number of benefits. Aside from being affiliated with an organization dedicated to product quality and safety, compliance and social responsibility, suppliers are part of an elite group of like-minded, forward-thinking companies committed to the same fundamental business principles. One of the benefits of membership is that QCA members and applicants, as well as Distributor Advocacy Council...read more