The novel coronavirus exposed the fragility of modern supply chains, with many companies running out of stock and struggling to replenish inventory quickly enough to meet consumer demand.
In this webinar, leaders from MyFBAPrep, Amazon Lit, Expert University, and Kaspien come together to discuss how their companies adapted to impacted supply chains and how they created disaster-resistant fulfillment strategies.
Brief recap of the eCommerce landscape and how COVID-19 impacted supply chains
How Kaspien, Amazon Lit, and Expert University have built nimble and resilient fulfillment strategies that have shielded their and their partners’ businesses
Steps you can take to safeguard your supply chain from future headwinds, both large and small
Ned helms Kaspien’s Purchase Order Management team, providing brands with logistical support to meet all their marketplace needs in an ever-changing environment. Ned draws on over 8 years of Supply Chain and Logistics experience in B&M and ecommerce, with over 6 years focused heavily on Amazon strategy.
Todd Snively is an eight-figure professional Amazon seller. He is the co-founder of Expert University™️ that teaches others to use the wholesale distribution model specifically with Amazon. His distribution company represents over one million SKUs across hundreds of brands.
Like many online sellers, Taylor’s venture into ecommerce began gradually. He started his journey in 2010 by selling concert and sporting event tickets online. Since then, he has launched and operated dropshipping, private label, and Amazon wholesale stores. In 2017, he cut ties with the corporate world to focus entirely on MyFBAPrep, a company he co-founded with two others. MyFBAPrep is the largest network of ecommerce prep and fulfillment centers in the country, with a special emphasis in Amazon prep.
Sebastian began selling on Amazon in 2013 as a solo operation from his basement. Fast forward to 2020 and Amazon Lit now operates as a large volume reseller and private label creator with over 9 figures in revenue and a projected $40MM sales revenue for 2020. Sebastian now focuses primarily on creating more automated internal systems to help lower costs, drive efficiencies, and further enhance operation processes.