September was an exciting month of growth and change for NetRush. We’ve wrapped up some of our favorite moments from the month below.
Coming Soon – The New NetRush Studio
Following our dedication to providing our partners with best-in-class content, NetRush is pleased to announce our brand-new creative studio.
The space will house our new photo and video studio, as well as collaborative creative environments for our copywriters, designers, and communications team. As shown above, some elements are still under construction, but keep your eyes peeled for a full announcement soon!
NetRush Attends Expo East
NetRush CEO, Brian Gonsalves, pretending to be a Vibrant Health sales associate alongside Ted Parker, Vibrant Health CEO.
Jerry from Host Defense sporting his brand- new NetRush Expo East shirt.
Designing The Future of Food
John Willkom, NetRush Director of CPG, spoke as part of a panel on the future of the food industry. The event was hosted at the Uncorked Studios office in SE Portland, and was sponsored by Portland State University. View the official event recap here.
EdELRID Partner Visit
Here is what Grant Jackson, NetRush Brand Manager, had to say about visiting EDELRID:
“Over the weekend of September 16th and 17, EDELRID hosted an annual event called the Craggin’ Classic in partnership with the American Alpine Club at Smith Rock State Park in Terrebonne, Oregon. It is a series of climbing events across Oregon, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Colorado, Utah, and California spanning roughly 3 months.
“Being only a short drive over the pass when the brand offered us guest passes to come participate, Ryan, Marie, and I jumped at the opportunity to go support our partner and spend some time roughing it and interacting with the climbing community. We are fortunate enough to have this partner be so close that opportunities like this are possible. We were able to get hands-on experience with a range of EDELRID products, and also look at new products for 2018.
“I can say from experience that the Jay II harness is one of the more comfortable products on the market — even when you take a fall at 40 feet and your ACD basically saves your life. Thanks again, Marie — climb on!”
One Piece Flow turns One Year Old
In the fast-moving world of e-commerce, we’re constantly looking toward the future, building supply chain capabilities to meet evolving requirements of customers. Twelve months ago, we put years of planning into action by implementing our proprietary One Piece Flow (OPF) processing platform at NetRush.
This month, Brian Birch, NetRush COO, took some time to reflect on what we’ve learned since the launch of OPF.