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Helping Distributors Thrive at DCKAP’s Round-Up

As distributors, you understand intimately how crucial the distribution system is, contributing to the flow of goods across the world. Products and goods are always needed in various forms, and distributors help to bridge the gap between product and consumer. And these days, as with anything time touches, business to business practices have begun to change. With the effects of the pandemic, sales processes that have been slowly evolving to more modern practices have become amplified to an even greater degree.

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What’s Next For Distributors?

The name of the new game is eCommerce, and it’s far past the time to play. Online purchases are becoming much more common, as the ease of doing business through online channels has many benefits. To this end, various marketplaces are offering options for businesses looking for the products they need. So, how does your distribution company tap into that and compete in this new space, and find success in what likely feels like more challenging market conditions?

When it comes to finding the right expertise to help take your business to the next level, options for support can be limited. What direction is best to take, how do you get started and how do you grow to the next level? What can you do to ensure you’re making the most of your online presence? While there are endless products and technology for eCommerce, along with many events, conferences and sessions that cater to helping online businesses, the majority are framed around the direct to consumer model. How do you find quality support for the many questions and concerns you have as a distributor?

We’re here to answer that call! DCKAP’s Round-Up event is a gathering specifically for distributors, geared towards informing and guiding distribution businesses on the journey of digital transformation, from covering the basics to diving into complex strategies that will help distribution businesses succeed in eCommerce.

This year, we’re hosting an event that is sure to speak directly to the needs of distributors looking to grow online. It will be held on May 19, 2022 starting at 8am CT at the AFS Cinema & Event Hall in Austin, Texas and streamed live online around the globe. Come out and join us there! With a select group of expert guests specialized in B2B and having successfully navigated growth online, and hosted by comedian Bill Boronkay, you’re in for a fun and engaging agenda. A delicious breakfast, lunch and snacks included!

Throughout the day, there will be presentations and discussions that touch on the current state of distribution, how technology can best support distribution, with a panel on the future of the workforce and how effective younger generations will be for the industry. We’ll be featuring some of our amazing clients and partners, including SRS Distribution, Marysville Marine, Texas A&M University, alongside featured speakers from Adobe, BigCommerce, EstesGroup, and EYStudios. We’ll have key insights to cutting edge technology and we’ll offer tips and tricks for how to best navigate the digital future.

Don’t miss out, and register for free today!

  • Learn how to get started and find the best way to grow in B2B eCommerce!
  • Find out how some of our partners have helped distributors go to the next level
  • Hear from experts in the field, learn from their insights and strategies!
  • Discover the products and solutions to create a better online experience
  • Enjoy the fun movie theater vibe, and take home some of our signature swag!

 

“Try never to be the smartest person in the room. And if you are, I suggest you invite smarter people… or find a different room.” – Michael Dell

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“Hey, we’re Ramu and Rhine from the DCKAP Community. Can’t wait to meet you at our event!”
Catherine Sulskis

Author Catherine Sulskis

Catherine works with the marketing team as the Partner Manager, bridging connections, finding ways to co-brand and co-market our solutions, and building lasting relationships with our partners. She works to ensure that our partnerships add value to the community and to expand the partner ecosystem. With an educational background in creative writing and sociology, and having worked in the tech industry for over a decade, she has a special affinity for the power of storytelling and the future of technology.

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