Find out exactly how alcohol sales in Missouri have changed due to the pandemic and what you can expect from new laws regarding alcohol sales in the state.
About this webinar
We feel deeply connected to and care for those who make the beverage alcohol industry work, from brand owners, distributors, field reps and retailers, to bar, restaurant and hospitality staff. The international COVID-19 outbreak has posed a serious threat to the livelihood of many businesses and individuals and given the recent announcements of bar and restaurant closures, we know you face a level of uncertainty you may have not encountered before.
How to Prepare for the Economic & Legal Impact of COVID-19 was recorded in a live session on Wednesday, March 25. Hosted by Overproof Founder & CEO Marc De Kuyper, the session featured a presentation by Linda Worton Jackson, partner at Pardo Jackson Gainsburg, PL.
Host & Speaker
Marc De Kuyper
FOUNDER & CEO, OVERPROOF
Linda Worton Jackson
PARTNER, PARDO JACKSON GAINSBURG PL
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