NexGen Seminar and Workshop

Investing in the future leaders of the PT / MC industry

Wednesday, 20 September, 10:30 - 12:30 (Seminar), 14:00 - 17:00 (Workshop)

NexGen Seminar & Workshop

Since 2010, EPTDA has identified the specific needs and recognised the importance of the Next Generation (NexGen) for the future of the industry, and special programmes and benefits have been created for these young business potentials. At EPTDA Rome 2017, the EPTDA is pursuing its initiatives and NexGen representatives will benefit of a dedicated NexGen Seminar & Workshop, where besides getting insights on the industry and shared knowledge from senior professionals, they can develop their leadership skills and boost their competitiveness. Be sure to identify yourself as Next Generation on the Annual Convention registration form or while registering online.

NexGen incentive programme

Recommend 2 NEXGEN representatives to join for the first time the next EPTDA Convention on behalf of your company and they can benefit from a 50% discount on the standard registration fee (*) (**)! Click here to download the submission form.

(*) Valid on convention registration fees only. Travel and accommodation are not included.

(**) EPTDA Bureau will send the invitation and marketing code for a reduced fee registration to your NexGen representatives as soon as we receive the forms.

Tom Gale

NexGen seminar will be presented by Mr. Tom Gale, an expert in Distribution and owner of MDM and Gale Media, member of the EPTDA and regular participant at the EPTDA Annual Conventions.

Tom Gale is the publisher of Modern Distribution Management and, and heads the company’s market research and analytics division – MDM Analytics.

He has provided marketing services and competitive intelligence analysis to industrial markets and distribution channels for more than 30 years. As a principal of MDM since 1992, he has focused on industrial distribution channel strategies, trends and disruptive models.

Tom was an executive editor and chapter author of the ‘Distributor’s Guide to Analytics’, published by MDM in 2015, and a co-author of “Stand Out from the Competition! Four Pathways to Differentiate Your Wholesale Distribution Company”, published by the National Association of Wholesaler Distributors in 2003.

Tom also contributed to NAW’s Outlook 2009: ‘An Executive’s Companion to Facing the Forces of Change’.


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