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5 Priorities for Getting Back to Work Post-COVID-19

How should consumer goods and services companies approach getting their people back to work safely? Consider five things.

Coca-Cola, Clorox, Land O’Lakes Among Those Teaming with CBA for Contactless Task Force

The group, which also includes Land O’Lakes, Post Holdings and Church & Dwight, will develop scalable, uniform standards for safely transporting and exchanging freight.

RIS and CGT uncover the analytic shifts happening in retail and consumer goods today and benchmark the industry’s analytic maturity in this interactive and exclusive report.

Coty has entered into an agreement to acquire a 20% ownership interest in Kim Kardashian West’s beauty business (KKW Beauty) for $200 million.

Feel like your supply chain can never get ahead? Stuck in an endless loop of emergencies, trying to prevent out-of-stocks, OTIF fines and upset retailers? This white paper explores the disconnects across people, processes and systems that keep supply chain teams in constant firefighting mode, even before the COVID-19 crisis.

An annual look at retail’s top power players and the percentage of the massive retail market they control.

Target is moving forward with its plans to add fresh and frozen grocery items to its same-day fulfillment services, potentially offering consumer goods companies an opportunity to stay agile in the face of shifting consumer behavior.

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Analytics Unite: The Summit for Retail and Consumer Brands

RIS News and CGT are joining forces for their seventh annual analytics summit taking place on October 4-6. Registration is now open!

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Tip of the Spear Tech: CGI and belive.ai

Straight from the 2020 NRF Big Show floor, CGT caught up with CGI and belive.ai.

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Growth in Uncertainty: Imagine the Next

For investors, consumer products were a safe bet: a shelter in bad times, a reliable source of growth in better times. The good news for companies is that this dynamic lasted for a very long time.

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Amid Pandemic, Consumer Products Can’t Lose Sight of the Future

Consumer products companies must remain focused on maintaining enterprise resiliency and taking specific actions to recover and grow. Here's how.

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