August 27, 2007

Electro E-Biz Keynote Spotlight: Facing the Forces of Change with Dr. Adam Fein

When: September 18-20, 2007

Where: Vancouver

Venue: Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre Hotel

Who should attend?: Executives, Sales & Marketing staff, eCommerce Managers

Facing The Forces Of Change®: Lead The Way In The Supply Chain – Adam Fein, Founder and President, Pembroke Consulting, Inc.

The Electro E-Biz Forum 2007 opening session will prove to be one of the most groundbreaking hours in Forum history. Adam Fein, Founder and President of Philadelphia-based Pembroke Consulting, Inc., will provide attendees with strategic insights into the key business and economic trends affecting the wholesale distribution supply chain through 2012. Catch a glimpse of some innovative strategies and tactics that you can use in response to these trends.

Purchase Adam Fein’s publication,Facing the Forces of Change®: Lead the Way in the Supply Chain, today and check out his new blog, Distribution Trends, to get the most out of his new report.

Take this opportunity to learn how to stay ahead from one of the most sought out distribution experts. Register for the Electro E-Biz Forum 2007 today!

Adam J. Fein, Ph.D, is the founder and president of Pembroke Consulting, Inc., a boutique management consulting and research firm. Dr. Fein consults with manufacturers on channel strategy, advises technology companies on marketing, serves as an expert witness and legal consultant on selected cases involving pharmaceutical distribution, and delivers presentations to executives around the world.

Dr. Fein is a well-known scholar and thought leader on distribution channels and B2B supply chains. He has published over 100 academic and industry articles as well as authored or edited eight books for the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (NAW). NAW selected Dr. Fein to research and write the last three editions of Facing the Forces of Change, the distribution industry’s leading future trends study. He also writes an online web log devoted to the pharmaceutical industry at www.DrugChannels.net.

He serves as the first Fellow of NAW’s Institute for Distribution Excellence, as a Senior Fellow at the Wharton School of Business’ Mack Center for Technological Innovation, and on the editorial board of Pharmaceutical Commerce magazine.

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