A new study sheds light on the impact COVID-19 has had on the consumer products industry, which has had to endure unimagined marketplace disruptions and shifts in consumer behaviors during a time of crisis.
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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.
The business imperatives for CPG companies are fairly well understood. Products must be available on the shelf for shoppers to buy them and they must be merchandised in a way that aligns with all of the sales drivers that companies have learned over many years of studying category management
Shoppers attention span averages 8 seconds – 1 second less than a goldfish! Brands and retailers alike must get many different in-store execution levers right to convert shoppers into buyers. Teams making strategic planning decisions have access to numerous data sources to develop a perfect store strategy; but are they getting the right insights?
How does your trade promotion performance benchmark against the industry? What data inputs would best improve that performance? Find out in this exclusive infographic from Capgemini and CGT, which presents highlights from their recent “Trade Promotion Management Report.”