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E-Commerce Delivery Community Pandion Announces Employing of Lori Tenan as Main Income Officer

Just after just 6 months of functions, with thousands and thousands of offers sorting by Pandion’s e-commerce centered delivery community, Pandion hires Lori Tenan as CRO to spearhead Pandion’s buyer associations and gas the company’s future stage of progress.

SEATTLE, Might 19, 2022–(Organization WIRE)–Pandion, the e-commerce shipping network run by device studying and led by Amazon Air Founder Scott Ruffin, has employed Lori Tenan as the company’s first main income officer (CRO). Tenan is a regarded chief in company gross sales, possessing most not long ago led the put up-order system Narvar from its infancy to eight years of hyper-advancement.

“Considering that rising from stealth a yr back, Pandion has utilised equipment discovering systems to aid Fortune 500 companies deliver thousands and thousands of offers and offer an unmatched practical experience for their clients. Having Lori Tenan join as CRO will help detect new opportunities to augment our expansion even though making certain our purchaser expertise is finest in class,” said Scott Ruffin, Founder and CEO at Pandion. “Lori’s encounter and good results in this area speaks for itself and with our formidable designs for the 12 months, this was the excellent time to convey Lori onto the Pandion workforce.”

Tenan delivers 20 a long time of working experience and management in business sales to Pandion. Most not too long ago at Narvar, Tenan oversaw world wide earnings across the Commercial, Mid-market & Company markets. In the previous a few yrs, in her function as Senior Vice President of Sales, Lori founded Narvar’s organization with major retailers, foremost to sizeable growth throughout the enterprise and generating additional than $100M in yearly recurring profits.

“E-commerce has by no means experienced the dynamic transport spouse it involves, which is why it’s these types of an remarkable time to be part of Scott and the group at Pandion,” stated Tenan. “With Scott’s working experience, as well as Pandion’s intelligence and knowledge community, Pandion is positioned to disrupt the e-Commerce logistics space and established new benchmarks for what on line shops and their consumers need to be expecting.”

About Pandion
Launched in 2021, by Amazon and Walmart veteran Scott Ruffin, Pandion is employing device mastering to much more efficiently transport e-commerce packages, conserving retailers and buyers time and money. Check out pandionpro.com for far more info. In Oct 2021, Pandion opened their initially sortation centre in Quakertown, Pennsylvania the 150,000 sq ft facility has currently sorted and sent millions offers across the northeastern region of the US, guaranteeing on-time shipping and delivery for prospects in the course of the peak of the getaway year.

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Main Street hits its inflation tipping point

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The latest Consumer Price Index reading, the highest in four decades, isn’t the only sign that inflation is extending rather than giving up its hold over the U.S. economy in 2022. An increasing number of American small businesses say they are now passing on higher costs to customers, or soon will be forced to make that decision.

While the 74% of small business owners who say they are experiencing rising costs of supplies is virtually unchanged from Q4 2021, according to a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey, the number of businesses passing on costs to customers has risen to 47% in the first quarter, up from 39% in Q4 2021. And another 32% indicate they will have to raise prices soon if inflation persists. Sticky inflation is their expectation. Over eighty percent of small business owners expect inflation to still be a problem six months from now (55% say that is “very likely”), according to the CNBC|SurveyMonkey data.

The Main Street concerns about inflation are connected to the small business outlook on the supply chain, with 75% saying these issues are likely to be a problem six months from now. And there is a lack of faith in policymakers, with 71% of small business owners not confident in the Federal Reserve’s ability to control inflation.

The CNBC/SurveyMonkey online poll was conducted January 24-30, 2022 among a national sample of 2,227 self-identified small business owners.

“The underlying problem with inflation is that there’s no end in sight,” said Laura Wronski, senior manager of research science at Momentive, which conducts the survey for CNBC. “We’ve become accustomed to rising and falling Covid waves, and businesses have had the time to rewrite their playbooks to accommodate. But no one knows how quickly or to what degree inflation will continue to rise, so that unpredictability is inducing some unease,” she said, with the lack of faith in the Fed adding to the uncertainty.

“I don’t think it is getting better. It has gotten worse,” said Michelle Pusateri, owner of San Francisco-based Nana Joes Granola.

Nana Joes Granola witnessed a boom in business during Covid as demand for packaged goods skyrocketed, but the business situation has flipped, with the hyper-growth from earlier in the pandemic now overwhelmed by supply chain and pricing issues and its profit margins being squeezed.

Nana Joes Granola stocked up on ingredients and bought them at higher volumes to get lower pricing as demand outstripped supply and logistics issues worsened. The loading up on inventory is “more of a stopgap right now,” Pusateri said, but she expects it will probably become a long-term business issue. Her firm held $94,000 of inventory at the end of 2019, but by the end of last year, that had risen to $327,000.

“I think more and more businesses will have to sit on more inventory,” Pusateri said.

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