ERA Launches The Industry Women’s Council

by Jim Perrus on Aug 11, 2016 12:00:00 AM D2C Convention, ERA News

ERA_Launches_The_Industry_Womens_Council-143384-edited.jpgERA is pleased to announce the newest addition to its Committee & Council lineup, The Industry Women’s Council. This is a new group consisting of women in the industry. The council will first meet in person at the 2016 ERA D2C Convention (Tuesday, September 13 – 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. PT in Palmer 2 Room at the Wynn Hotel Las Vegas). We will then meet on a monthly basis via conference call and in person at The Great Ideas Summit in Puerto Rico.  

The council will allow women an opportunity to meet and collaborate on mutual issues and share their perspectives and insights on a variety of business topics and best practices. Monthly calls frequently will feature a guest speaker.  

The Industry Women’s Council was the brainchild of Debbie Skerly, Vice President of Business Development, a2b Fulfillment, Inc.

“I am very excited about the new Industry Women’s Council! So many women in this industry have worked incredibly hard to build a reputation for themselves and their company. It’s my hope that through this council, these amazing women can inspire existing members, but also recruit new business by sharing their perspectives and best practices that have led to their success within this highly competitive industry,” says Skerly.

If you would like to join the Industry Women’s Council, please contact Jim Perrus at jperrus@retailing.org. Participation on this council is open to any woman employed by an ERA member company.
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