OpsClinic Joins JPMA Panel On Operating An Effective E-Commerce Platform While Maintaining Your Wholesale Business

Los Angeles, California, USA – OpsClinic, a global service provider for makers of great products, which helps companies improve their operations, is honored to participate in the upcoming JPMA Built for Baby Show panel discussion on Managing Your E-Commerce Platform While Maintaining Your Wholesale Business on April 11th, from 2:00-2:30pm EST.

This round table will delve into the operations of two parallel tracks; implementing e-commerce platforms along with traditional business-to-business models. Topics will include the never-ending struggle to maintain advertised price and brand integrity; challenges of direct-to-consumer sales and fulfillment; and common mistakes. Jeremy Richardson, renowned juvenile products attorney and longtime JPMA Associate Member, will lead the discussion.

The topics and panelists included are; Jason Sharpe, of OpsClinic, on how to select the right 3PL partner for your business, vetting potential 3PL partners, ensuring proper governance protocols (or remedying the lack-thereof), appropriate KPI, and ensuring partner-fit based on required capabilities. Braden Jones will address the analysis of whether a company can efficiently and profitably operate a direct to consumer business and if there is a tipping point at which it makes sense for a company to take on the cost of a direct to consumer business? The option of Amazon as a channel and consideration of other options. Brad Mattarocci will address international product compliance concerns and selling to Amazon Canada, packaging and advertising claims, and Minimum Advertised Price Policies.

“I’m honored to participate in this panel, it’s a great opportunity to support our industry colleagues in creating greater value and collaboration with their key operational partners, said Jason Sharpe, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of OpsClinic. “

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JPMA (The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association) exists as the voice of the industry on quality and safety for products intended for babies and children. JPMA members represent 95 percent of the prenatal to preschool products sold in North America. The JPMA Show: Built for Baby is the only combined baby and children's product conference, trade show and consumer baby show in North America. The four-day event brings the industry together to showcase and launch the newest innovation in baby products, collaborate on product quality and safety advancements, participate in educational opportunities, connect with peers and see new products. The show culminates in the largest consumer baby show in the country, giving participants a unique opportunity to engage new and expectant parents at a level not offered by other shows.

OpsClinic is a global service provider for makers of great products. We establish supply-chain and business operations capabilities to help launch, scale or improve business performance. We serve entrepreneurs, start-ups, established companies, and investors. Rather than simply advising what should be done, our team of seasoned practitioners works with you to improve value, performance, business processes, technology solutions and partnerships. We sustain an effective global reach in supply-chain, sourcing & manufacturing, finance, technology, and customer experience to deliver impactful results worldwide. Follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn. For more information please contact us