E-Retailer Special Interest Group Web Meeting 

Holiday Planning 
August 05, 2020 09:00 AM - 11:00 AM 
Explore the latest COVID-19 impacts, marketplace updates, and of course, holiday planning at this discussion-based web meeting. 
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Description:

The health and safety of our members is the UWEBC’s top priority. UW–Madison is monitoring the COVID-19 situation in collaboration with local, state and federal agencies. Based on campus' guidance, this meeting will be held via web only to allow our members a convenient and safe way to attend.

The E-Retailer Special Interest Group is designed to help member companies looking to grow or optimize E-Commerce efforts. With that in mind, August is the perfect time to reconvene this group to reevaluate marketplace impacts since the peak of COVID-19, and to prepare for the critical holiday season that is approaching.

Discussion topics will be driven by participants in small group Zoom breakout sessions. Please help shape our discussion content – and maximize its relevance for you – by suggesting topics of interest (within the themes COVID-19 and Holiday Planning) when you register.

 
Agenda Items:
9:00 AM Intro's and Plan For The Meeting
  Chris Murray - UWEBC
9:15 AM Updates On COVID-19 Impacts to E-Commerce
  Group Discussion
9:45 AM Marketplace and Partner Updates
  Group Discussion
10:15 AM E-Commerce Holiday Plans
  Group Discussion
10:45 AM Open Forum and Wrap-Up
  Chris Murray - UWEBC
11:00 AM Adjourn
 
 
Contact:
Events Team, , events@uwebc.wisc.edu 

COVID-19

UW–Madison is monitoring the COVID-19 situation in collaboration with local, state and federal agencies. Based on the campus’ guidance, the UWEBC will be adjusting our events scheduled through 2020.

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