Six key things resellers must get right to survive the COVID-19 pandemic

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Six key things resellers must get right to survive the COVID-19 pandemic

From credit insurance to supply chains, channel consultant and ex-Avnet boss Dieter Lott argues that channel partners must stay proactive if they want to emerge from an approaching global economic crisis

The coronavirus pandemic is presently about saving lives. It is also however a global economic crisis unparalleled to anything most of us have seen in our lives. Only those that experienced the post WW2 era have something to compare with. This article is aimed at executives in the channel looking to navigate this present crisis and beyond. This is a call to action. Distributors, resellers and the like are and will be confronted by huge challenges. Those that only react will barely survive. Those...

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