CGT explored how CGs and retailers can realign technology advancements — such as payment flexibility, supply chain responsiveness and digital strategy — to seize the opportunities in today's new landscape.
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When Freshly, the Nestle-owned subscription service focused on delivery healthy prepared meals, wanted to boost its personalization efforts, the company knew it had to get a better grip on its data management.
With today’s channel and media fragmentation, consumer goods brands can’t rely on gut instincts to get their marketing mixes right. And as these channels grow (and budgets shrink), properly leveraging the power of analytics is what’s separating the winners from the losers.
Shiseido will tap into data and technology to create new beauty experiences, including leveraging consumers’ digital and in-store browsing and purchase histories — as well as employing AR — to recommend new products through diagnostic and personalized services.
The behaviors we’ve seen as a result of the pandemic are here to stay and will become part of a more complex relationship with retail. So how can brands lean into these changes to improve the online shopping experience, drive sales and limit returns?
If 2020 was the year of learning to market during a hurricane, then 2021 may shape up as the year of giving back and reconnection for consumer goods and retail marketers — and perhaps a moment to not be so serious all the time.