Sell Successfully to Retail

Gain the tips, tools, and coaching you need to become a supplier of choice to Food & Beverage retailers.

The Supply Chain 123: Food & Beverage program offers:

  • A series of interactive online group workshops led by industry experts.
  • Easy to implement tools & templates that you can immediately use in your business.
  • One-on-one consulting support to help you turn learning into action.

This program is valued at over $2000 per company, but thanks to funding it is FREE for businesses to participate in. Your investment will be the time needed to fully take advantage of this opportunity, by meeting the program commitments described below.

Manitoba Cohort

Registration is now closed for this cohort. Submit your contact details using the form at the bottom of this page to be added to a waitlist to be informed of future learning opportunities. 

All workshops are from 8:30am to noon (CDT)

  • Workshop 1: May 4th - Consumers & Customers – Satisfying Both
  • Workshop 2: May 11th - Setting up for Success
  • Workshop 3: May 18th - Getting on the Shelf: Building Relationships with Customers
  • Workshop 4: May 25th - Winning in Retail
  • Workshop 5: June 1st - Getting off the Shelf: Consumer Marketing

Please note, all workshops will be offered in English with French simultaneous translation. Workshop tools, templates and one-on-one coaching are available in both languages.

Supply Chain 123: Food & Beverage – Manitoba cohort is hosted in partnership with Food & Beverage Manitoba.

Questions? Contact Karina Shaw, Training & Events Coordinator of Food & Beverage Manitoba.

Atlantic Canada Cohort

Registration is now closed for this cohort. Submit your contact details using the form at the bottom of this page to be added to a waitlist to be informed of future learning opportunities. 

  • Workshop 1: March 16th, 8:30am to noon (ADT) Consumers & Customers – Satisfying Both
  • Workshop 2: March 23rd, 8:30am to noon (ADT) Setting up for Success
  • Workshop 3: March 30th, 8:30am to noon (ADT) Getting on the Shelf: Building Relationships with Customers
  • Workshop 4: April 6th, 8:30am to noon (ADT) Winning in Retail
  • Workshop 5: April 13th, 8:30am to noon (ADT) Getting off the Shelf: Consumer Marketing

Please note, all workshops will be offered in English with French simultaneous translation. Workshop tools, templates and one-on-one coaching are available in both languages.

Supply Chain 123: Food & Beverage – Atlantic Canada is hosted in partnership with Food & Beverage Atlantic.

Contact Tammy Brideau, Executive Director of Food & Beverage Atlantic.

The Details:

  • One-seat per registered business. A business can register a different employee per workshop if they so choose.
  • All workshops will be facilitated live on Zoom.
  • Workshops WILL NOT be recorded, to ensure the privacy of participants who will be asked to join with their cameras on, and engage in peer-to-peer learning via chat, polls, breakout rooms, etc..

The program is free for approved businesses to participate in thanks to funding from the Government of Canada.

Who should participate?

Business owners, key executives/managers, business development/sales managers and employees of companies in the cohort(s) geographic area that are ready to start or grow their sales into the Food & Beverage Retails value chain.

Participant businesses commit to:

  • Complete a 30-minute pre-program interview by phone or video call. Goal of interview is to ensure facilitators understand needs, and participants businesses can best take advantage of knowledge and tools gained through program.
  • Participate in each online group workshop and complete post-workshop evaluations.
  • Use a minimum of 4 hours one-on-one consulting with program facilitator(s). Participants set schedule and select focus of consulting hours.
  • Complete post-program evaluation. Could take up to 1 hour to complete.

Register for our waitlist to be informed when new cohorts open, in new or existing areas.

Questions? Contact Laura Maynard, Senior Project Manager at LearnSphere. 

Funding provided by the Government of Canada.

             

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