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Webinar #1 (Inventory)

Title: Inventory Udao, Cash Flow Badao!

Sub Topic:

Is Deep Discounting the solution?
How do Manufacturers with no direct retail liquidate inventory?
How can trade associations help, is there any mass solution?
Small Stores, serve the mass consumer, what should they do?
Can E-commerce be the quick fix solution for Inventory problems?

Date: May 01, 2020

Time: 4.00 PM IST

Venue: Zoom + Facebook

Webinar1 Edited Version

KEYNOTE SPEAKES

Webinar1 Rahul Mehta    Webinar1 Sandeep Jain    Webinar1 Satyen Momaya    Webinar1 Rakesh Biyani
Rahul Mehta   Sandeep Jain   Satyen P Momaya   Rakesh Biyani
Chief Mentor   ED   CEO   JMD
CMAI   Monte Carlo   Celio   Future Group







Webinar1 Hemant Jain   Webinar Sandeep Saksaria   Webinar1 Lalit Agarwal   Webinar1 Ramesh Poddar
Hemant Jain   Sandeep Saksaria   Lalit Agarwal   Ramesh Poddar
Director   JMD   CMD   CMD
KKCL   Amul Macho   V-Mart   Siyaram

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