What 2016’s Manufacturing & Distribution Trends Mean for Your Business

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Last month, the 2016 Manufacturing & Distribution Sales and Technology Survey went out to wholesalers, distributors, and manufacturers around the world to gain a deeper understanding of how the industry is changing in the wake of new challenges, disruptive technologies, and shifting customer expectations.

This year, survey respondents were asked about their operational challenges, sales and fulfillment processes, and technology investments, with a particular focus on the areas of B2B eCommerce and mobile technology.

In this webinar, we’ll reveal the biggest insights from the survey and the trends you need to stay on top of. See how your organization stacks up to the competition, and find out what you need to do to keep up.

When: Wednesday, August 24, 2016 – 1 pm EST/10 am PST

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This webinar will cover:

– The top 10 insights from this year’s survey, including B2B eCommerce adoption and growth statistics, mobile commerce trends, and the changing role of sales reps.

– The 3 key findings that represent huge opportunities for manufacturers and distributors to differentiate from competitors.

– Actionable steps your business should take over the next 12 months.

About the Presenter

Glen Coates is Founder and CEO of Handshake. With a decade of combined experience as a software developer and a senior operations manager in B2B sales and distribution, he’s now helping brands increase sales with order management technology.Do a 5-minute audit of your business with a specialist & get a personalized demo of the Handshake platform.

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