Established in 1965, the British Promotional Merchandise Association (bpma) is one of the UK’s leading industry bodies dedicated to promoting best practices around the sourcing, manufacturing and distribution of promotional items.
As a not-for-profit organisation, the bpma drives demand for promotional products within the complete supply chain, through its members, for the benefit of its members and their customers. This, in turn, increases the awareness about the importance of promotional products in the total marketing mix.
A huge support to Far'n'Beyond, the bpma have been incredibly valuable for our merchandise department Really Good Branding. Helping us develop our core values and create a range of new and innovative products, we are proud to part of the growth in the merchandise industry.
“Across all of our products we are committed to delivering the very highest standards of Quality, Service & Expertise. This is particularly important to our clients that regularly order from our specialist promotional merchandise identity, ‘Really Good Branding’.
Joining the BPMA is a demonstration of our commitment to responsibly producing promotional items and providing a reliable client experience.”
Adam Moody, Managing Director
Belonging to the bpma imposes obligations on members as well as providing benefits. The organisation upholds a strict code of conduct that members must adhere to, and provides access to professional training and development resources to ensure members can continually improve their knowledge and expertise within the industry.
We look forward to working with the bpma and passing on the acquired knowledge and competitive advantage to our clients.
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