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BCFB Virtual Town Hall: Working with retailers to forecast your sales during COVID19

BCFB Virtual Town Hall: Working with retailers to forecast your sales during COVID19

Hosted by BC Food & Beverage with SKUFood

Thursday, May 21 from 11-12:15 PM

Registration link: https://my.demio.com/ref/PPsbXR2uazn0PGx6

Join us and Peter Chapman of SKUFood on May 21st to learn what retailers are focused on and how you can meet or exceed their needs. 

We know sales are up substantially in retail.  Retailers and consumers are looking for more of some products and less of others. 

At this session you will: 

·         Understand retailer priorities

·         Learn how you can forecast your sales in this new environment

·         Adjust to the new priorities of your customers. 

·         Build long-standing relationships with your customers.

About Peter Chapman:

Peter Chapman understands the food industry and he works hard to figure out where it is going. Peter’s experience includes both sides of the desk. Prior to working with suppliers and launching SKUFood, Peter worked for 19 years with Canada’s largest food retailer, Loblaw. He is committed to using this experience to help producers and processors understand retailers and consumers. Peter is the author of A la cart; a supplier’s guide to retailers’ priorities and has provided food industry insights to Canadian Grocer, The Globe & Mail, Maclean’s magazine and Canada AM. His ultimate goal is to help you get your products onto the shelf and into the shopping cart.

Register today!

Thank you for your time,

Sandra Lee
Communications & Event Coordinator

 

 

 

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