ASI Power Summit 2021

October 13-14, 2021

Count me in.

The premier event for the promotional products industry

No other industry event offers the same degree of education and networking. Join us virtually to get high-level content to build your business strategy delivered by leaders at promotional products companies and experts.
ASI members attend for free!

90% of attendees got new ideas and inspiration from the 2020 virtual event.

Wednesday, October 13

12 p.m. Welcome Remarks
12:15 p.m. Keynote
12:45 p.m. Activity
1 p.m. Sessions
1:30 p.m. Break
1:45 p.m. Sessions
2:15 p.m. Activity
2:30 p.m. Sessions
2:45 p.m. Power 50 Announcement
3 p.m. Power 50 Networking

Thursday, October 14

12 p.m. Welcome Back
12:15 p.m. Keynote
12:45 p.m. Activity
1 p.m. Sessions
1:30 p.m. Break
1:45 p.m. Sessions
2:15 p.m. Activity
2:30 p.m. Sessions
3 p.m. Networking

Registration

ASI Members

FREE

Non-Members

$499

Attending Companies

A.T. Designs

AIM Smarter

Alpi International

commonsku

Crystal D

C-Slide

Echo Valley Meats

Ember

Fifty50 Productions

Goldstar

Kaeser & Blair, Inc.

KAT Marketing Group

National Pen

Peerless Umbrella Co. Inc.

Pro Towels

S&S Activewear

Staples Promotional Products

Talbot Marketing

Tekweld

The Book Company

Tru Art Advertising Calendars

US Blanks

Vantage Apparel

Zing Manufacturing

Testimonials

“I was just totally overwhelmed and impressed with the professionalism and amount of information shared. The entire experience and day was so fulfilling.”

“I have attended many virtual events. This was great because it was at a comfortable pace, the sessions were long enough to gain good info but short enough to keep the pace moving. I felt it was the perfect blend of enthusiasm and calm.”

“Everything was very informative and the Interview format was great. This really helped to break up long talks. Also, the keynote was fantastic, I enjoyed his life experiences and candid view of the changing world.”

“The format was well put together. I was happy to have had the opportunity to attend.”