A collection of featured Editor's Notes.
Technically speaking, you’re reading the final issue of Consumer Goods Technology. But we’re not going anywhere. We’ve just decided to practice what we’ve been preaching for the last few years.
CGT Executive Editor Kara Romanow gives you a sneak peek into the trends and topics discussed in this month's issue.
If traditional retail is dying, then why are most new consumer goods companies still lining up to get on store shelves?
CGT takes its annual look at "Standout SMBs" making a big impact on the industry and joins with RIS for the "Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Study."
A look at the NRF's annual trade show, along with CGT's latest issue.
CGT recognizes 53 executives from 41 consumer goods companies who are playing key roles in the supply chains of their organizations.
Perhaps the most daunting challenge about data & analytics is ﬁnding those “unicorn” interpreters: the executives who can look at the data, see an insight, and then be able to clearly explain it to upper management.
CGT's 18th annual Readers' Choice survey reflects the changes taking place in the consumer goods industry — and on the red carpet. (Plus, browse through the rest of CGT's February issue.)
The full digital edition of CGT's December 2018 issue is available here.
An overview of the content published this month as part of CGT's December 2017 issue. Plus, a link to the digital edition.
Candid comments from Readers' Choice respondents present a pretty picture of an industry relying on information technology to drive future success.
This year’s CGT “Visionaries” do a pretty good job illustrating all the industry changes discussed in our annual “Sales & Marketing Study.”