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A collection of news, articles and other featured content from CGT Magazine.

Top 100 Consumer Goods Companies 2017

CGT's annual roundup of the largest public companies in the consumer goods industry.

A pair of thought leaders offer advice to consumer goods companies looking to make better sense of the abundance of business data now at their fingertips.

Today, in successful CPG companies, collaboration between sales and marketing is essential to ensure aligned promotional plans.

You may not have realized it yet, but your company is a technology company — regardless of what you produce.

An optimal innovation pipeline requires the right organizational focus and structure. A good place to start is product management.

Although digital disruptors would seem to have the edge in the current marketplace, traditional consumer goods companies still have their own set of advantages to draw upon.

Supply Chain Execution Solutions 2017 Teaser

CGT presents a comparison chart of supply chain execution solution providers for the consumer goods industry.

Straight Talk October 2017 Retail Execution teaser image

In the “adapt or die” era in which consumer goods companies currently find themselves, adopting new technologies such as digital cloud platforms and advanced execution software is a critical ingredient for future success.

A host of factors have formed a looming iceberg that threatens to sink well-established CPGs who can't adapt to sea changes in the marketplace.

Udo Panenka

Consumers are starting to expect the same level of brand responsiveness they enjoy online across all touchpoints, including packaging and P-O-P displays. Here's what brands must do to meet those expectations.

October 2017 Cover

Wholesale business transformation is required for CGs to remain relevant in a marketplace that’s now driven more by consumers than brands or retailers. And digital tools and technologies are the only logical way to achieve that.

Who's Who in Data & Analytics

Recognizing the people behind the tools that bring insights to the organization.

Don Johnson, Principal, The Cambridge Group

Without true management, is trade promotion management dead?

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