E-Commerce Strategic Planning: Chart Your Path Forward

Presented on:
November 11, 2021 10:00 AM PT
1 hour

Many organizations lack a formal strategic plan and move forward without a long-term vision of where they’re going and how to get there. What sets the most successful companies apart? A clear path for the future and desired outcomes—identified through proactive and effective strategic planning.

Join us for our webcast in which our industry professionals will address how to assess business functions and identify strategies that can help build and protect your e-commerce company, employees, and assets. We’ll also cover:

  • How to engage your organization in the planning process
  • The elements of a strong strategic plan
  • The value a strategic plan brings to e-commerce companies
  • How to evaluate and evolve your plan to meet the everchanging needs of your company

If you have specific questions you’d like our presenters to address, send us an email at caitlin.joyce@mossadams.com.

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Kris Dunning, CPA, Partner, National Practice Leader, Manufacturing & Consumer Products, Moss Adams

Kris has spent his entire career at Moss Adams, starting in 1989, and provides assurance and business advisory services to both public and private companies in a variety of industries. His close, hands-on approach to client relationships enables him to effectively and creatively advise clients on a wide range of business matters. Kris has extensive experience reviewing and presenting financial statements with shareholders, boards of directors, and audit committees.

Mark Steranka, Partner, National Performance Audit Practice Leader, Moss Adams

Mark offers over 35 years of experience working with local and state governments throughout the western United States to deliver planning, policy, and operational services. Engagements typically address finance, governance, management, operations, organization, policies, procedures, and processes. He leads ongoing services for numerous local governments.

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