Logicbroker’s Emma Cope Honored as a 2022 SDCE “Pros to Know”

Press Release

SHELTON, CT | April 14, 2022

Logicbroker is thrilled to share that Emma Cope, Senior Vice President of Commerce Revenue, has been recognized as one of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2022 “Pros to Know.”

This prestigious award “identifies outstanding executives whose accomplishments offer a roadmap for other leaders looking to leverage supply chain for competitive advantage.”

With supply chain issues dominating the news in 2021, and continuing to pose challenges, we’re glad to see Emma’s efforts to make supply chains better, faster, and more efficient recognized. Emma is dedicated to ensuring that retailers and brands, buyers and sellers have the technology to successfully implement drop ship and marketplace programs and streamline their fulfillment, for greater scalability and better customer experiences.

Emma understands that with the current state of the supply chain, real-time correspondence is key to keeping customers happy. This means fast shipping, transparency around order status, and real-time communication. She also understands that the marketplace mentality —the shift from owned inventory and the evolution of third-party fulfillment—is new to retailers and brands and works tirelessly to make it as easy as possible for merchants to make the leap and thrive on the other side.


Emma joined Logicbroker three years ago as VP of Channel Partnerships. She now serves as SVP of Commerce Revenue, where she manages a team of enterprise salespeople, BDRs and inside sales representatives. Emma has efficiently built out Logicbroker’s sales team and implemented positive and sustainable systems and protocols to build the brand.

Always a leader by example, Emma believes in clearly defining the roles of her team members and holding each person accountable to create a synergy that’s unparalleled.

We are so proud of Emma and her commitment to creating efficiencies and shaping the future of supply chain. We extend our congratulations to all of this year’s “Pros to Know,” and invite you to view the full list here.