[Virtual] The Mighty Middle Market: Reengaging Customers and Clients in a Digital World


Wednesday, January 27, 2021
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

COVID-19 has continued to test the strength and resiliency of the middle market (businesses with annual revenue between $10 million and $1 billion). The global pandemic has expedited the digital transformation process for many, with social distancing requirements forcing business leaders to enhance their virtual presence and digitize processes in a matter of months. As we approach one year since the onset of the crisis, middle market businesses should begin to shift mindsets from survival to reinvention. By strategically investing in and integrating digital tools to stay ahead of the curve, middle market businesses are in prime position to virtually reengage existing clients and build a new path forward toward growth.

Join us to hear from middle market leaders as they share digital transformation tips and best practices on how to enhance your digital presence beyond the bare bones needed to get by in a virtual world. Douglas Farren, Director, National Center for the Middle Market (NCMM), will offer insight on how middle market companies have fared and why businesses should focus on reinventing their strategy to effectively reengage customers and clients, followed by Charles Zwicker, Chief Operations Officer, Weidenhammer, who will provide best digital practices to reach new customers. Attendees are welcome and encouraged to join the event early for the first half hour of open networking with fellow middle market leaders. 

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