Register for next week’s webinars to master eCommerce and vendor management

Next week's webinars round out our Prepare 4 IMPACT series. Next week's webinars round out our Prepare 4 IMPACT series. There’s still time to take advantage of the final two webinars bookending NCBA CLUSA’s Prepare 4 IMPACT webinar series, scheduled for November 7 and 9.

Designed to bring the purchasing co-op community together and provide key education that addresses top business challenges and economic trends, the webinar series established a platform for year-round benchmarking, education and networking. Access the full P4I webinar archive here.

Register for next week’s webinars below:

eCommerce is Changing – Don’t Get Left Behind!
Tuesday, November 7, 2017  1 - 2 p.m. EDT 

Is eCommerce Right for your Co-op? Maybe, but the current wisdom suggests that eCommerce is in actuality “digital commerce” and many purchasing co-ops are at a tipping point in their respective industries. Join Lisa Bordeaux from A Mod Up as she helps answer that question and presents some effective strategies to help your co-op stay upright.

Marriage is Hard. Vendor Management is Harder.
Thursday, November 9, 2017 1 - 2 p.m. EDT 

Running a small business is a lot like marriage. For one, it means you’re managing many lines of communication. Second, it requires a good deal of trust.  Join Sean Bliss from Corcentric for a therapy session on Managing Vendor & Supplier Relationships and get some simple but effective concepts that can help your co-op develop a fresh approach in 2018.


Thu Mar 22 22:34:03 +0000 2018

The Co-op Model means @TrueValue storeowners have final say on potential sale - will they give up that control?…
Thu Mar 22 22:09:04 +0000 2018

On #WorldWaterDay - we look at why #community input and #governance is key to #water #sustainability and building…
Thu Mar 22 17:24:17 +0000 2018

RT @FeedtheFuture: Happy #WorldWaterDay! Water is crucial for agriculture & food security. #FeedtheFuture



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