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In addition to providing access to consumer data, the effort is letting the company explore the growing sharing economy and change how it views fashion consumption.

While it’s crystal clear that the pandemic has accelerated the rate of digital transformation across the industry, nearly two-thirds of consumer goods companies haven’t shifted their channel strategy and consumer interaction model deep enough to confront today's challenges. Learn how today's CGs have been affected by the pandemic in this exclusive survey.

REGISTER HERE! Date: Thursday, March 25th at 11 AM ET The direct-to-consumer market is proportionately selling at a higher growth rate than the total market — that much is clear.

Yellow Wood will combine its non-Americas brand with Dr. Scholl’s to create a global footcare portfolio expected to generate over $700M in annual retail sales.

CGT takes a closer look at direct-to-consumer technologies and strategies for consumer goods companies through research findings, market perspectives and case studies.

As one of the fastest-growing gluten free brands in the US, Schar tapped into a platform to help it discover and grow audiences, build exposure, and collaborate on a wide range of projects.

The strategic partnership is designed to deliver intelligence for PepsiCo’s brands in 10 different countries from across European and UK e-retail customers.

Connecting the consumer journey through analytics.

Impact’s AI-driven technology platform powers SaaS solutions aimed at optimizing the forecasting, planning and merchandising functions for retailers and CPG manufacturers.

Unilever is evolving its e-commerce strategy to account for the different results experienced in pure-play e-com vs. omnichannel e-com.

Crocs is automating its image management lifecycle for more engaging, visual-first consumer experiences.

Hershey is monitoring both qualitative signals from consumers and quantitative retail trends, and triangulating the data to serve as a value driver.

It is true that our economy has never faced the challenges it does now, but e-commerce has never been more important.

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?

Add Bimbo Bakeries USA to the list of consumer goods companies entering the direct-to-consumer space.  

Ralph Lauren plans to close stores and slash its North America corporate office space up to 30%, as teams embrace “new ways of working” and it pivots resources. It’s also investing in new digital consumer experiences, such as augmented reality.

If they act accordingly, brands have a unique opportunity to ride a massive wave of subscription adoption to create a sustainable and profitable strategy during and beyond the height of COVID-19.

Like many businesses, Chaeban Ice Cream reexamined operations when COVID-19 forced its storefront to close. It instead implemented a monthly ice cream subscription club, and the response has been overwhelming,

By rethinking the way they approach everything from product development to retail execution — and pairing these efforts with some of today’s cutting-edge technologies — many SMBs are battling their way back to recovery and into the forefront of retail and consumer attention.

Although executives from PVH Corp. and GS1 gathered to discuss "The Innovation Playbook" at a recent NRF 2021 session, the crux of the conversation ended up determining that such playbooks should be periodically tossed out in order to achieve true invention.

Malleus joins from Mondelez International, where she was most recently head of e-commerce digital capabilities.

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