Accelerating B2B Ecommerce for Mid-Market Manufacturers
COVID-19 is the largest call to action for digital transformation in our lifetime. How can you accelerate your Ecommerce efforts? How do you sell to customers that are no longer willing to take an in-person meeting with your sales team?
Speed to market, digital channel support, and future proofing the business have become immediate and acute challenges for manufacturing leaders as buyer demands for digital tools have accelerated by 5 years, all in less than 5 months.
This hard hitting webinar will cover how mid-market manufacturers can take practical steps to accelerate their Ecommerce and digital engagement efforts, including:
- The dramatic impact of COVID-19 on Ecommerce and customer behavior - defining the ‘new B2B buyer’ and their needs
- Creating fast-to-market pilot Ecommerce programs to speed your capabilities and meet buyer needs
- Digitally enabling all of your channels, and accommodating ‘omni-channel’ B2B commerce
- How to leverage Amazon’s fast growing B2B channel to drive profitable revenue and establish a foundation for your entire Ecommerce effort, all while retaining control of the channel
Join industry thought leaders and practitioners Brian Beck, Author of “Billion Dollar B2B Ecommerce” and Managing Partner at Enceiba, Tom Flierl, VP of Marketing at Znode, and Andy Didyk, VP of Sales and Marketing at Ntara, for a live webinar on August 6th at 1:00 P.M. CST and learn how to accelerate B2B Ecommerce for your business!
Brian Beck, Managing Partner, Enceiba
Brian Beck is the Managing Partner at Enceiba and author of Billion Dollar B2B Ecommerce. Beck specializes in creating ecommerce strategies worth hundreds of millions to multiple clients in the industry.
Tom Flierl, VP of Marketing and Business Development, Znode
Tom Flierl is the Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Znode. Flierl leverages more than 20 years of business experience in marketing, ecommerce and technology.
Andy Didyk is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Ntara where he is responsible for the overall business development and digital strategy. Didyk and his team consult to build a unique digital approach to increasing revenue, decreasing waste, and accelerating innovation.