American Solutions for Business Hosts State of the Industry Panel Discussion

American Solutions for Business hosted a State of the Industry panel at their national sales conference with leaders from top industry organizations, which included Andy Cohen (ASI), Paul Bellantone (PPAI), David Natinsky (SAGE) and Matt Bruno (PSDA).

The panel was moderated by ASB’s VP of Sales – West Coast, Wayne Martin.

“This panel allowed key industry stake holders to share their thoughts about the major influencers and disruptors that will impact our future,” explained Martin. “It also provided a forum that demonstrated their shared passion and commitment to the industry and ASB.”

The panel discussion covered a wide range of topics such as sustainability, technology, cross-generational connection, tariffs and more.

“While each of the panelists represented different categories and roles in the industry, there was consistency of message throughout,” expressed Paul Bellantone, President & CEO of PPAI. “The need to add value throughout the supply chain, the benefits of working with trusted partners and the importance of a hybrid approach to serving customers.”

Andy Cohen (ASI), David Natinsky (SAGE), Wayne Martin (ASB), Matt Bruno (PSDA) and Paul Bellantone (PPAI)

The panel spoke in front of hundreds of ASB sales associates and team members during the general session of the American Solutions for Business national sales conference.

“Bringing together industry leaders to discuss the future of the industry is what makes ASB such a leader in the marketplace. Hopefully the attendees left the session with some takeaways that will help them grow their business with the insight that we brought to the session,” said David Natinsky, President of SAGE.


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