Usm and Planalytics Discuss Snow’s Impact on Holiday Shopping

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Planalytics Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Doran, and USM Certified Snow Professional, Sean Hartnett, discuss the outlook for the holiday season and how weather-driven demand intelligence in conjunction with best practices in snow & ice removal can be incorporated into planning, distribution, marketing, pricing and the decision making processes.

On a day-to-day basis, weather is the most volatile external factor influencing consumer and market behavior. And, because weather is constantly changing, businesses must deal with a continuously shifting array of opportunities and risks. The impact on revenues, costs and a company’s brand image is substantial. Planalytics Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Doran, and USM Certified Snow Professional, Sean Hartnett, discuss the outlook for the holiday season and how weather-driven demand intelligence in conjunction with best practices in snow & ice removal can be incorporated into planning, distribution, marketing, pricing and the decision making processes.

To download this on-demand presentation, please visit: http://www.brainshark.com/usmservices/holidayshopping?text=mediarelease

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Deb Yorkman
Director, Marketing & Communications
USM, Inc.
610.313.2839

Six of the top ten national retailers partner with USM to uphold a consistent brand image and improve their customers’ in-store experience through facilities maintenance and management solutions. USM delivers non-core, yet mission critical interior and exterior facility services to over 80,000 client sites throughout North America in various industries with geographically dispersed assets including retail, restaurants, banking, real estate investment trusts, education, telecommunications, and utilities. http://www.usmservices.com

For more information on Planalytics the single global resource for Business Weather Intelligence®, please visit http://www.planalytics.com

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