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New Sponsor Sessions Added to Growing DTCWS ‘22 Conference Agenda  

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Sessions cover 2021 Shipping Data, E-commerce Growth, Consumer Retention, and Operations  

Napa, CA, December 7, 2021 – The DTC Wine Symposium Steering Committee has announced confirmed Sponsor Sessions for the wine industry’s national summit on direct-to-consumer sales and marketing, scheduled for January 19-20, 2022. www.dtcwinesymposium.com  

Sponsor Sessions are an opportunity for suppliers to share expertise and insights on specific, relevant topics with attendees. They provide solutions to common issues industry professionals face while highlighting the benefits their companies provide. 

Confirmed sessions include:  

  • First Look: 2022 Direct-to-Consumer Wine Shipping Report, presented by Sovos ShipCompliant & Wines Vines Analytics  
  • Your Future DTC Organization, presented by WISE Academy 
  • Growing eCommerce Sales in 2022, presented by Commerce7 
  • Maximize Consumer Retention in Today’s Supply Chain with Periship: Find new Consumers with ShopRunner, presented by FedEx

More information on sponsors and sessions will be added to the event website as details are finalized: https://dtcwinesymposium.com/sponsors/. Early bird registration discounts expire December 17 and are available for those attending the conference in person or participating virtually.  

About the DTC Wine Symposium  

The DTC Wine Symposium is presented by and a fundraiser for Free the Grapes! The event has raised more than $1 million for Free the Grapes’ PR campaign, and the Coalition for Free Trade’s legal work (CFT “retired” in 2014 after achieving its goals). These two groups have worked closely with industry lobbyists and regional associations to streamline onerous shipping regulations and to increase the number of legal states from 17 to 47 (as of this writing) which represent nearly 98% of the US population. The conference is the primary fundraiser for Free the Grapes! which executes state-specific advocacy campaigns encouraging consumers to write their legislators and working with media and advocacy groups to keep the issue alive in the media. 

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