Leveraging Trends In Health And Beauty
As the promotional products industry grows and changes, retail trends have an ever-increasinginfluence on areas like new product development, compliance and perceived value. In this session, Lindsey Davis, MAS, will team up with Mason Linn, CAS, from Raining Rose’s contract manufacturing team to discuss the ways these trends are influencing the face of health and beauty, and how the promotional products industry can leverage them. Seats are first come, first served for this session.
Speakers: (click image for details)
Lindsey Davis, MAS Raining Rose View speaker details
Director of Promotional Sales
Lindsey Davis, MAS, is the director of promotional sales at Raining Rose, where she focuses her time on business strategy, customer experience and new product development. Davis’s love of all-things promotional products started when her parents founded Solar Advertising, a lip balm supplier, in 2003. Davis became president of Solar Advertising and led the company through a successful purchase by Raining Rose in 2016. She currently serves as the Immediate Past President of PPAI’s Regional Association Council Board at PPAI. She has a bachelor’s degree in international business from Johnson & Wales University in Denver, Colorado.
Mason Linn, CAS Raining Rose View speaker details
Central Region Account Executive
Mason Linn, CAS, has been in the promotional products industry for over three years. As the central region account executive for Raining Rose in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Linn got off to a quick start by driving more than 30 percent growth year over year in his territory, and was nominated to the 2018 ASI Hot List. In his current position, Linn focuses exclusively on national retail trends, increasing difficulties in brand claims and regulations, and the proper channels for brand extension and growth. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa, where he earned a degree in public relations and communications.
- When: Sunday, January 12, 2020
- Time: 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
- Where: Breakers D
- MAS/CAS: CAS 1.0