For all of the people who are procrastinating on getting their holiday presents out to loved ones, the deadlines for major shippers are soon approaching. Plus, with e-commerce seeing major gains once again this holiday season, shippers are seeing major increases in package volume. But, even with the increase in volume, Clarus Commerce CEO Tom Caporaso tells the Orlando Sentinel that the major shippers have done a good job keeping up with the demand and getting packages out on schedule.
As originally published in www.blogtalkradio.com.
Segment 1: Christine Mason has been a leader in the tech sector for twenty years as the venture backed founder and CEO of several companies. She is the curator of nine TEDxs, the convener of Naked Conversations, and founder of LoveSpring. She is the author of the new book “Indivisible”.
Segment 2: Samuel Bacharach is the author of “THE AGENDA MOVER” and a Professor at Cornell University. His is the cofounder of the New York City-based Bacharach Leadership Group and a regular columnist for Inc. He has written more than twenty books including “Get Them on Your Side” and “Keep Them on Your Side”.
Segment 3: Sharon Schweitzer is a cross-cultural consultant, business etiquette expert and best-selling and international award-winning author. She has built a career around understanding cultural differences and the tremendous role they play in building strong and successful international business relationships.
Segment 4: Tom Caporaso is the CEO of Clarus Commerce, a recognized leader in e-commerce and subscription commerce solutions. Tom is not only an expert in e-commerce, but he is also particularly sought for his knowledge on m-commerce, holiday shopping trends, subscription services and loyalty solutions.
Segment 5: Wendy Strgar is an award-winning entrepreneur, author, loveologist, and sex educator whose work has helped thousands of people reclaim their passion and heal their relationships. She is the founder and CEO of Good Clean Love, a pioneer in the organic personal care product industry.