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Solutions at WERC Webinars
 
Got 30 minutes to learn something new? Then don't miss any of the latest Solutions at WERC webinars.

These convenient, half-hour sessions are structured in a condensed format to deliver relevant and actionable warehousing, logistics, and supply chain information. Each session consists of a presentation or panel discussion led by a topic expert, with time set aside at the end for questions. You'll get take-aways that you can apply immediately within your operation. 
 

Upcoming Webinars:

 

How ALAN Supports Disaster Response: A Recap of 2018

Learn how the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) connects and coordinates supply chain assistance from the warehousing community—including WERC and its members—with disaster relief organizations. Kathy Fulton will explain the types of space, services and equipment support needed, and how you and your company can help in this FREE, 30-minute webinar on December 14. Click here to register.

   
 

Review, Reflect and Renew: Insights from the 2018 DC Measures Study

Registration will open shortly. Space is limited to the first 100 participants


WERC members
 can view past webinars complimentary through the Online Learning Center.


 
Interested in presenting a Solutions at WERC webinar? Connect with JoAnna Leon at jleon@werc.org or 630.320.5807 for more information.

Sponsor a WERC Webinar

Want to give back to the industry? Consider presenting a 30-minute Solutions at WERC webinar. Sponsors present an educational topic of their choosing for $1,000.

With an estimated attendance of 50-150 end users, these convenient half-hour sessions deliver relevant and actionable warehousing, logistics and supply chain information.

Please note, commercialism or promotion of a product, service or company is not allowed. We encourage suppliers to co-present with a practitioner to ensure topic's relevance to the audience.