As Chairman & CEO of one of the largest consumer packages goods brokerage firms in the US, John Saidnaway (Questrom’82) of Johnson-O’Hare talks managing the demands of more than 80 brands including Lysol, Bumblebee, Purell, Delmonte, and Tyson during the COVID-19 pandemic, how small brands can build relationships, and what post-COVID supply chains might look like.
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