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MDM Webcast: Distribution Platforms & Marketplaces-2022 Snapshot & Strategies
The landscape of digital platforms, networks and marketplaces has become more complex, more fragmented, and more threatening to traditional distribution channels. VCs, startups and tech monopolies are all investing heavily – and distributors risk being left behind. But there is also more opportunity for innovators. Join Alex Moazed and Nick Johnson of Applico, along with MDM’s Tom Gale, as they examine the current state of distribution tech innovation and investment, the evolution of B2B marketplaces, and effective strategies for distributors to mitigate risk and capture growth opportunities.

Key takeaways:

• Distributor platform innovator case studies
• Current state of marketplaces across distribution verticals
• Wake-up call on B2B tech investment and funding
• Guidance on marketplace strategy for distributors

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Alex Moazed
Founder & CEO @Applico
Alex Moazed is the founder and CEO of Applico, which he founded in 2009 and funded with his own credit cards. He is the co-author of the best-selling book Modern Monopolies, which defines the platform business model and its growing domination of the global economy. He has been a speaker at numerous MDM events.
Nicholas Johnson
Managing Director @Applico
Nick Johnson is Managing Director at Applico, where he works directly with Fortune 500 C-Suites and boards to help them build and buy their own platform businesses. He also oversees the company’s research into platforms. He is the co-author of Applico’s Modern Monopolies, which defines the platform business model and its growing domination of the global economy.
Tom Gale
CEO @Modern Distribution Management
Tom Gale is CEO of Modern Distribution Management, a market research and media company that provides market intelligence resources to wholesale distribution executives and industrial product marketers. Since 1967, MDM has helped leaders build better businesses as the definitive resource for distribution management best practices, benchmarking, trend analysis and market intelligence through its research, market analytics, reports and conferences.