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CommerceBear to Host COVID-19 Industry Panel On the Future of Furniture

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Furniture tech company CommerceBear announced that they will be streaming a live panel discussion on Thursday April 9th at 3PM EST to bring valuable info to furniture companies navigating the COVID-19 crisis.

CommerceBear CEO Sam Vlessing will be joined by industry leaders from Phillips Collection, Haynes Furniture, Leather Italia USA, Cora Home, and Outwater Inc. to discuss a variety of topics relating to the changing environment and how furniture retailers, manufacturers, and designers can adapt quickly.

“I feel for everyone in the furniture industry given the current health and economic climate,” said Sam Vlessing, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of CommerceBear. “Our industry is going through unprecedented times and is unrecognizable today from our world last week. We need to support each other to ensure our industry prevails - we’ll get through this together”

COVID-19 industry leaders on the future of furniture panelists:


Register for the live panel on Thursday April 9th, 3PM EST at https://www.crowdcast.io/e/commercebear/ This event is free of charge.

CommerceBear: CommerceBear (commercebear.com) is an industry leading ecommerce technology company that helps furniture manufacturers and wholesalers increase efficiency and grow revenues by aggregating multiple channels like Wayfair, Amazon, and Overstock into a single point of truth.

The company was built and tested from the perspective of a furniture manufacturer, with deep roots in the industry. CommerceBear has customers across the United States and Canada, including family-owned companies and industry leading enterprises. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

For more information visit commercebear.com or contact Will Staunton, will@commercebear.com.

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