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Corporate Strategy

Actionable information to help consumer goods companies develop better go-to-market business strategies. Topics include mergers & acquisitions (M&A), personnel moves, e-commerce, omnichanel, digital transformation, direct-to-consumer selling (DTC), internal alignment and competitive response

CIO of the Year 2019: Sandeep Dadlani, Mars Incorporated

As chief digital officer, Dadlani is helping Mars move faster to better solve the evolving needs of consumers and customers.

What Does the CCPA Mean for the Grocery Industry?

Will the California Consumer Privacy Act impact your business next year? Now's the time to find out.

Kellogg StayinFront

The manufacturer deployed the solution provider’s TouchCG Advanced mobile, cloud-based solution to its field teams in Australia and New Zealand.

Brendan Witcher of Forrester

The Forrester vp and principal analyst will discuss how companies can evolve for the future.

COTY

Chief Global Supply Officer Luc Volatier is retiring as part of changes in the company’s supply chain to support its larger turnaround plan.

Alyssa Raine Acting Walgreens CMO

The industry veteran will share how the drug retailer is transforming the path of its business this November at P2PX in Chicago.

Jennifer Litterick

Litterick, already an executive leader within the company, brings revenue focus and deep industry relationships within retail, CPG, media and marketing.

The Rhode Island-based company outlined priorities largely centered around technology during its latest quarterly earnings call.

The Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit will teach attendees the strategic direction needed to become disruptive industry forces, and highlight the new technologies that can help them get there.

Walgreens Boots Alliance named Francesco Tinto its new global chief information officer.

The deal is part of Tyson's global growth strategy to give the manufacturer greater flexibility in serving key global markets.

Rainn Wilson

‘The Office’ alum and entrepreneur will recount his business success this November at P2PI’s largest annual event.

The apparel giant will use Boston-based retail predictive analytics and demand sensing firm Celect to bolster its direct-to-consumer strategy at the global level.

Chief executive officer Amy Shecter will share how the brand became a platform for “connected beauty” during an Oct. 16 session at the 16th annual Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit in Boston.

Bazaarvoice and Influenster

The acquisition brings together Influenster’s engaged consumer community with Bazaarvoice’s software and network of over 6,000 global brand and retailer websites.

Rachel Roff will participate in a fireside chat about the disruptor brand’s evolution at the 16th annual Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit in Boston in October.

Path to Purchase Institute's largest annual event returns this November with a new look, feel and more diversified programming.

Symphony RetailAI

The partnership supports Symphony RetailAI’s merchandising initiative, allowing retailers to identify, design and test category/store layouts in an AI virtual environment.

Henkel Bowling Green Facility KY

The manufacturer will partner with its packaging supplier to invest toward a new bottle production area at its largest laundry plant.

Walmart began stocking Procter & Gamble's Native deodorant this year, adding an option to its lineup that is free of parabens and aluminum.

Terry Thomas

Unilever promoted senior vice president Terry Thomas to executive vice president of customer development.

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.

At ARF's ShopperxScience event, Hershey Co.'s Ashlee Carlisle shared how the manufacturer has drawn inspiration from direct-to-consumer brands.

Amazon is taking its Scout autonomous delivery device from the Seattle area to a sunnier climate.

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