Jun 8th, 2020
3 mins

OSF Digital, are pleased to offer a series of briefings, aimed at frozen food manufacturers and suppliers, to provide information, insights and best practices to companies considering digital transformation initiatives to address their current business and operational challenges.

Due to the pandemic, manufacturers around the world are registering a decline in sales, while some of their primary channels, such as restaurants, pubs, are closed. One area urgently being investigated by manufacturers, is the requirement to open new sales channels, directly with the end customer. Companies are looking to rapidly set up their own ecommerce websites to start selling direct-to-consumer (DTC), within weeks.

Join us for one of our OSF Digital business briefings, where we discuss the challenges manufacturers are facing, the changes in consumer buying habits, options for enabling direct to consumer sales and the benefits that can be achieved. If you are interested in attending a one on one briefing, please contact Paul Isaac at OSF Digital on:

For more information please read our business briefing for food manufacturers HERE.


About OSF Digital
OSF Digital is a digital consultant, technology integrator & innovator, supporting businesses to achieve their connected commerce, customer data management and other digital transformation goals. By implementing & optimising best in class solutions across the digital landscape we enable companies to enhance the customer experience, sales increase revenue and improve operation efficiencies.


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