Consumer goods companies should stop looking at the various sales channels that are now available and focus more on the one all-important common denominator across them: the consumer.
Great news, everyone: The “Retail Apocalypse” might not be happening after all. Welcome, instead, to the "Retail Renaissance."
A tectonic shift in consumer attitudes toward plastic waste have brands harking back to bygone days when environmental sustainability — like the neighborhood milk man — was standard business practice.
In an omnichannel marketplace, you can't own consumers if you’re not operating where they are buying.
With accurate data about how our bodies are performing at any moment in time, we’ll be able to eat and drink products that are personalized to satisfy our precise needs.
Increasingly, consumers around the world – younger ones especially – are taking the same approach to how much “stuff” they choose to own.
Industry thought leader Andy Walter offers some final thoughts about the recently concluded Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Summit, for which he served as chairperson.
In the pages of this magazine, we’ve been helping consumer goods professionals gain the understanding they need to influence the consumer’s path to purchase journey for more than 30 years.
If you’re looking for role models, I represented this magazine and the Path to Purchase Institute last month in honoring four mold-breaking people who’ve set a very high bar.
Driven by three major market forces, the industry is on the cusp of a new era of creativity that could usher in unprecedented growth opportunities.
The future belongs to companies that can identify digital methods of creating compelling, personal, and robust customer experiences.
Back from the Consumer Goods Sales and Marketing Summit, Oracle's Michael Forhez and Accenture's Justin Honaman look at five trends driving the industry's digital transformation.
Michael Forhez and Oracle colleague Peter Bambridge discuss the buzziest topics and technologies from recent industry events in Europe.
A leading CPG found that its revenue increased by 13% in stores where it implemented a Perfect Store strategy. In this blog, we outline what a Perfect Store strategy is and how it can work for your business.
More than 50 percent of stockouts are the result of inefficient store practices like replenishment, store ordering and forecasting rather than upstream supply chain issues.
When I began authoring this column, I never thought I’d refer to a convenience store as a destination or an experience. The opening of three Wawa stores in Miami has changed that.
A recent ranking by Morning Consult of the “most loved brands in America” (based on analysis of more than 400,000 consumer/shopper interviews) revealed The Home Depot as No. 5 and Lowe’s as No. 11.
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