VineSpring Team Spotlight | Kelli Silva

This week we’d like to highlight another prized member of the VineSpring team; Kelli Silva. If you’ve contacted VineSpring support, it’s likely that you’ve chatted with Kelli. As one of our Customer Support Specialists, Kelli supports wineries and breweries in any way she can. We interviewed Kelli, who started working in the wine industry at age 12, to see what brought her to VineSpring and keeps her committed.

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Andrea Steffes-Tuttle
We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby

Our remote team, spread throughout the country, got together this summer and it was awesome! Learn more about our diverse team and how we ended up bonding and talking business in the mountain air of Breckenridge, Colorado.

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Britney Yunker
Weekly Roundup | Compliance that Works, Improving Your Conversion Rates, Simplification of Pennsylvania DTC Reporting, Tasting Rooms that Appeal to Millennials, and the Importance of Hospitality

In this week’s roundup, we uncover a compliance solution for your winery, four things that will improve conversion rates, a simplification for DTC regulations in Pennsylvania, swanky tasting rooms that appeal to millennials, and a study that shows how kindness can trump winery reputation. 

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Andrea Steffes-Tuttle
Finding a Compliance Solution that Works for Your Winery

It’s up to you and your winery to decide the role that direct shipping will play in your business strategy and the best compliance solution for your DTC program. At VineSpring, we are familiar with the landscape of options based on our experience working with hundreds of wineries and partners like ShipCompliant and Compli Beverage. Find out how to navigate this landscape and pick the right compliance solutions.

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Andrea Steffes-Tuttle
Weekly Roundup | Preparing for DTC in Oklahoma, Wine Without Borders, Wine Harvest Kickoff, a New Nonprofit for Industry-Focused Women, and the Steady Growth of U.S. Wine Sales

In this week’s roundup, we explore how you can prepare for the newest DTC state, the impact of wine on global and local landscapes, the wine harvest kickoff in Sonoma and Napa, a new nonprofit that aims to support women in the wine and spirits industry, and the steady growth of U.S. wine sales.

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Andrea Steffes-Tuttle