The appointment of Martichoux, president of Chameleon Like, a QCA Accredited Company since 2012, provides QCA with the insight and perspective of smaller suppliers. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS (March 12, 2018) – Quality Certification Alliance (QCA) welcomes Pierre Martichoux to...
Jay Deutsch, creator of the Quality Certification Alliance (QCA) and cofounder and CEO of BDA Inc. has announced that he is stepping down from the QCA board.
Spector & Co. becomes the first supplier in 2018 to achieve the esteemed Accreditation for having met the rigorous qualifications necessary to receive the promotional products industry’s only certification dedicated to product quality, product safety, supply chain security, social accountability and environmental stewardship.
By joining the DAC, Cotton Candy connects with the other like-minded distributors who are passionate about furthering the cause of our industry’s responsibility to protect client brands.
The Council is now comprised of 13 companies, which represent more than $1.6 billion in annual promotional products sales.
Founding representative and instrumental contributor to the development of QCA, Rick Rayl, has stepped down from the QCA Board of Directors.
The company joins 31 other currently accredited companies that have met the rigorous qualifications to receive the promotional products industry’s only certification dedicated to product quality, product safety, supply chain security, social accountability and environmental stewardship.
Quality Certification Alliance (QCA), Chicago, has hired Tim Brown, MAS, as executive director of operations. He replaced Jeffrey P. Jacobs who retired in April.
QCA hires former SwervePoint founder and principal as a consultant to the QCA Distributor Advocacy Council. Sinnett was retained to drive more collaboration between the distributor group and the accredited suppliers of QCA.
The addition of Quality Logo Products, a Top 50 distributor and recognized on Inc. 5,000 fastest growing US companies, marks another step towards the DAC’s awareness goals.
Clouser now joins a core group of 13 leading promotional products distributors focused on furthering THE industry standard which ensures suppliers are ascribing to a proactive, comprehensive, compliance solution.
Vitronic, with over 100 years of experience, is a top 40 Promotional Products Industry Supplier.
This commitment by American ad Bag and the other suppliers who have received this notable achievement gives customers confidence that the products they are buying are safe and compliant.
After an extensive and comprehensive self-assessment and audit process of nearly 20 months, Chameleon like, Inc., the Gilroy, California-based supplier to the Promotional Industry is granted QCA Accreditation.
Tax-exempt status now officially acknowledges what a group of leading suppliers were able to accomplish and sets a high bar in the industry for product safety and compliance. Funded solely by dues and accreditation fees from its members, QCA continues to add suppliers dedicated to the same cause of making the promotional products industry supply chain as secure and socially compliant as possible for all.
The International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization (ICPHSO), recently announced the appointment of Denise (Dee) Fenton to its board of directors.
Adding SanMar, a Top 3 Supplier in the Counselor Supplier Top 40, means that five of the top six suppliers are now accredited by QCA.
The number of QCA Accredited Suppliers continues to grow. Congratulations to Norwood & BIC Graphic North America for achieving QCA Accreditation.
QCA welcomes Chameleon like, Inc. and Moderne Glass Company as applicants to the QCA Accreditation Program. The two companies have begun taking the necessary, proactive steps to provide safe and compliant products in order to meet the needs of today’s Fortune 100 customer requirements.
The roster of QCA Certified Supplies continues to grow, as Crown Products has been granted QCA Accreditation.