Wine’down with us.
Wine’down with us.
Please RSVP to reserve your space. Space is limited and non-transferable.
We will ship you complimentary wine to enjoy while our wine expert walks participants through the tasting experience.
Join the virtual event online and enjoy wines directly with the winemaker.
Excessive inventory, expedite charges, constant disruptions and uncertainty over delivery times are perennial worries for anyone who has to deliver raw materials to a production plant or finished goods to a retailer. Join FourKites own Glenn Koepke, GM of Network Collaboration and Mark Delaney VP, Industry Strategy, Retail & CPG, to hear tips and tricks on planning and forecasting during uncertain times.
Purple Cork will kick off the event by guiding our guests through an interactive wine tasting session that is sure to please.
Glenn Koepke is GM of Network Collaboration at FourKites. Glenn has a proven track record of aligning solutions to customer supply chain strategies and objectives for global organizations. Prior to joining FourKites, Glenn served in a variety of roles within the logistics services industry, and worked extensively in EMEA and North America. At FourKites, Glenn leads our Network Enablement strategy, which is focused on scaling our industry-leading visibility solution to capture end-to-end supply chain visibility. This includes supplier pre-paid and outbound customer pick-up freight, as well as our Lane Connect product, which allows shippers to collaborate with each other to maximize fleet utilization. Glenn holds a BS from the University of South Carolina.
Mark Delaney is VP, Industry Strategy, Retail & CPG at FourKites. Mark engages with retailers’ c-level leaders and their teams to understand and address industry specific workflows and use cases. He has more than 20 years of experience in the retail industry and has worked with most large retailers globally. Before joining Zebra, Mark held leadership roles at Nielsen and General Mills and owned his own retail technology and analytics consulting firm.
“We aim to make honest, balanced wines in small lots that are true to place and vintage. We hand sort, foot stomp and use natural yeasts from the vineyard to achieve purity and complexity in each varietal we produce. We believe in sustainability from the vineyard to the winery, which includes not only organics, biodynamics and hand-farming, but also cultural sustainability from the farmers to our employees to our guests.”