on-demand webinar

Prepare to Win the Digital Shelf When Demand Returns

Brand manufacturers of "non-essential" product categories have been hit the hardest by recent retail shutdowns. For these brands, strategies must focus on staying connected to customers and preparing for the return in shopper demand once this crisis ends.

Watch the latest Digital Shelf Virtual Summit Session, featuring Peter Leech, head of the digital commerce practice at The Partnering Group (TPG), and Jamie Dooley, a digital commerce practice partner at TPG.

These ecommerce experts will highlight the latest insights for manufacturers of "non-essential" product categories that have been hit the hardest by recent retail shutdowns. Brand manufacturers will learn how to adapt to shifting demands and seize new opportunities — especially as demand for ecommerce and click-and-collect continues to accelerate.

Optimize your processes, teams, and resources to adapt to the evolving digital landscape.

You'll take away:

  • Insights on the impact of COVID-19 on omnichannel and ecommerce trends;
  • Data on the most significant opportunities for non-essential category supplies; and
  • Digital best practices that brands are employing today to maximize omnichannel sales.

Speakers:

Peter Leech is head of the digital commerce practice at The Partnering Group (TPG). TPG is a management consulting firm with a 25-year history, advising retailers and suppliers through its digital commerce practice. Its area of expertise includes strategy, organizational structure and resourcing, omnichannel fulfillment, eCategory leadership, joint business planning, omnichannel experience optimization, and digital training.

Jamie Dooley, a Partner in the TPG digital commerce practice, has over 20 years of experience in ecommerce leadership and merchandising roles at global Fortune 500 brands. These brands include Keurig Dr Pepper, Dorel Juvenile, Toys ‘R Us, Dunkin', Wayfair, Staples, and Target.