A collection of featured Cover Stories.

A collection of featured Cover Stories.

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  • Top 100 Consumer Goods Companies 2017

    CGT's annual roundup of the largest public companies in the consumer goods industry.
  • Top 100 Consumer Goods Companies 2014

    From acquisitions and divestitures to name changes and new leadership appointments, 2013 was full of memorable moments. This annual list of the top publicly traded consumer goods companies provides a snapshot of organizations that succeeded in upping their growth games.
    top 100 consumer goods companies
  • Who's Who in Supply Chain

    Recognizing the People Behind the Technologies, Systems and Processes That Make the Consumer Goods Supply Chain Run
  • Standout SMBs 2018: Small is the New Big

    These 10 extremely diverse small to medium-sized businesses collectively illustrate a few important facts about the industry: consumer understanding is more critical than ever, brick-and-mortar retail is still vital, and organizational size no longer matters.
    2018 Standout SMBs
  • The DTC Dilemma

    Despite valid reluctance, direct to consumer sales are part of the CPG industry’s future.
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  • Visionaries 2017

    Inspirational executives driving change in their organizations — and beyond.
  • Who’s Who in Data & Analytics

    Recognizing the people behind the tools that bring insights to the organization.
    Who's Who in Data & Analytics
  • 2016 Visionaries: A Digital Leader for the New World

    This year's class of Visionaries does not disappoint. Whether focused on supply chain, analytics, sales and marketing, or innovation, the insights these leaders share on the pages to come are invaluable.
  • Kimberly-Clark Makes Sense of Demand

    When store supplies for Kimberly-Clark's retail partners are out of synch with production forecasts, it can have a very real impact on the $20.8 billion personal care products giant's sales.
  • Amway Deploys Innovation without Limits

    In the world of consumer goods, Amway is a rare success story. The company's direct-selling model has been nothing but successful, but this didn't come about by chance.
  • The Kroger Co. Goes Beyond Brick-and-Mortar

    Although brick-and-mortar retail has been the focus of The Kroger Co. from the very beginning, omnichannel strategies are changing the future of how consumers are shopping.
  • Campbell Soup Company Keeps in Touch with Consumers

    Campbell Soup Company's consumer insights team traveled across the country to find out what makes consumers tick. Its findings shaped the company's decision to focus innovation efforts on new consumer groups, new consumer needs and new consumer platforms.

A collection of featured Cover Stories.