E-COMMERCE LOGISTICS WEBINAR
1323 44 Ave NE
1323 44 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 6L6, Canada
International eCommerce growth is exploding. Don’t get left behind. Is your business set up to capitalize on this trend?
eCommerce is no longer just a fad or another hot new buzz word. The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the velocity of an already high growth industry. Many businesses are aware of eCommerce, but they don’t yet know how it continues to capture more and more of the traditional business market. Furthermore, they don’t know what opportunities eCommerce presents to their business.
Join us on June 3, 2021 for our introductory eCommerce logistics webinar. We’ll cover the basics of eCommerce logistics and how you have to use eCommerce to grow your business.
Note: This webinar is focused on eCommerce logistics. We will not be covering topics such as marketing, sourcing, branding, financing etc..
This webinar is for you if you are:
Concerned your competitors might be ahead of the
game when it comes to eCommerce
Overwhelmed with all the eCommerce information available. You just want a high-level
overview that you can apply directly to your business
Curious about the opportunities
eCommerce can provide to your current business
3 Things You’ll Walk Away With:
An overview of multiple eCommerce logistics strategies.
You’ll be able to determine which strategy will work best for your
An understanding of logistics of eCommerce best practices, so you can avoid making common
Confidence that you’ll be
able to capitalize on any opportunities eCommerce will present to your business
This webinar is hosted by Sam Woods, Vice President of JORI Logistics. Sam has over 20-years of experience in the logistics industry and is a Certified Canada Customs specialist with his Advanced Freight Forwarder designation through the Canadian International Freight Forwarders Association (CIFFA). As an entrepreneur himself, Sam is passionate about working with small and medium-sized enterprises to help them expand into international markets, reduce transportation costs, and ensure customs and trade compliance.