July 25 Webinar on E-Commerce Solutions for LatAm

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While e-commerce is growing at an annual rate of 21% per year in Latin America, it’s not even close to its full potential.

Two major problems are holding it back: payments and logistics.

Obstacles with both plague the beginning of e-commerce transactions (paying for products) and the end (getting them delivered easily and efficiently).

In this free July 25 webinar, experts from FedEx, Juntoz.com and Americas Market Intelligence offer solutions for LatAm supply chain and logistics professionals, e-commerce specialists, payments professionals and digital marketers.

Details:

July 25, 2017 | 12:30 PM EST | 9:30 PST



Moderated by AMI Managing Director John Price, this webinar features top speakers, including:












Fernando D’Alessio
Co-founder and CEO
Juntoz.com

Fernando D’Alessio is Co-Founder and CEO of juntoz.com, Latin America’s first online shopping mall focused on opening brand and retail storefronts. Fernando also co-founded Linio.com, an e-tailer in Latin America, where he led the eCommerce, ePayments, eLogistics, eMarketing, eCustomer Service operations in Peru (2012-2014), and headed business development and partnerships across Latin America. Previously, he co-founded DropGifts.com, a digital marketing and social gifting platform in New York. An entrepreneur and financier with over 20 years of experience, Fernando holds an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business (USA), and a BA in Economics from Universidad del Pacífico (Peru).











Lindsay Lehr
Senior Director, Payments Practice
Americas Market Intelligence

Lindsay Lehr is a Senior Director of the Payments practice at Americas Market Intelligence, handling more than 75 client engagements across more than 20 Latin American markets. Lindsay’s areas of expertise include LatAm e-commerce payment systems and m-commerce, digital wallets, MPOS, payment cards and more. She’s been a featured speaker at several events, including the LatAm Mobile Summit in 2016 and 2017, and the 2017 Payments Ed Forum. Lindsay has also authored a number of whitepapers and blog posts on payments in Latin America, including a highly popular analysis of how to fix digital wallets in the region.











Felipe Iván Campos
Supply Chain Product Engineer
FedEx

Felipe Iván Campos is a Supply Chain Project Engineer for FedEx, where he designs logistics operations for e-commerce companies, particularly warehousing and last-mile logistics. Prior to joining FedEx, Felipe oversaw logistics projects for Liverpool, one of Mexico’s top retailers/e-tailers, focusing on online sales and ensuring efficiency to keep stores stocked.












Diego Rodríguez
Co-Director, Logistics Practice
Americas Market Intelligence

Diego Rodríguez is a Senior Director at Americas Market Intelligence, handling dozens of market analysis and competitive intelligence studies throughout Latin America and serving as a consultant to more than 20 multinational companies. His area of specialty at AMI is logistics and he’s overseeing a number of market intelligence projects that address crucial concerns for logistics operators throughout the region. He’s also published a number of thought leadership pieces about logistics in Latin America, addressing technology disruption in logistics, challenges with e-commerce logistics, and money-saving tactics for logistics and supply chain professionals in Latin America.

Moderator












John Price
Managing Director
Americas Market Intelligence


John Price is a veteran of Latin America market consulting and one of the leading public speakers and thought leaders in the region. Since 1993, John has advised more than 50 of the global 1000 firms on their business strategies and market intelligence needs in Latin America. Over the course of supervising close to 1,200 client engagements in Latin America, John has launched several of the firm’s industry practices including Payments, Logistics, Natural Resources and Industrial Products & Services. He continues to advise clients in more than 20 industries across Latin America.

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