Webinar archive now available
Nearly 150 industry professionals and print business owners and managers registered for February 24’s WhatTheyThink LunchNLearn Webinar “Orchestrating Success: New Trends in Trade Brokering & Distributing.”
In this 30-minute session, Preston Herrin, principal at Herrin Consulting Group and WhatTheyThink contributor, and Matt Bruno, Executive Vice President of the Print Services & Distribution Association, looked at the key traits of successful print resellers and distributors, including the importance of focusing on the ever-changing needs of the end customer, how to nurture lasting partnerships between trade providers and resellers, and how to pioneer new value chain opportunities.
The webinar archive with on-demand playback, audio, and a PDF of the slides, is now available at https://whattheythink.com/webinars/236/.
Upcoming LunchNLearn webinars include:
- March 31—“Information and Data Security in Pharmaceutical Packaging: What PSPs and Converters Need to Know.”presented by Preston Herrin and Matt Bruno. Register here.
For more information about these and other WhatTheyThink webinars, please visit http://whattheythink.com/webinars/.
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