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A collection of profiles, articles, news and other featured content about CGT's annual Industry Awards programs: CIO of the Year, CMO of the Year, SMB Market Award, Customer Management Award and Dick Clark Supply Chain Award.

When it comes to digital transformation, Marie Gulin-Merle has proven to be a natural leader.

With support from HCL Technologies, CGT's inaugural awards program honors eight outstanding women who are making tech work for the consumer goods industry

A quartet of industry professionals — Lee Applbaum of Patron, Antonio Lucio of HP, Scott Parker of Atkins Nutritionals and Justin Woolverton of Halo Top — rounds out this year’s crop of top marketers.

CGT continues to accept nominations for its annual "CIO of the Year" and the "Business Technology Awards" (for Customer Management, SMBs, and Supply Chain). Deadline is Aug. 6.

The inaugural awards program recognizes female professionals driving business transformation in the consumer goods industry.

Presented at the 2018 Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit, CGT's fifth-annual award honors the critical need for technology-savvy leaders in an increasingly complex marketplace.

The inaugural Genesis Awards will recognize analytics startups that can help retailers survive in an ultra-competitive marketplace.

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Under Manjit Singh's direction, the IT department has become a critical aspect of all business activity at The Clorox Company.

Adopting a new pricing platform helped General Mills empower the "everyday users" of the sales force with flexible, account-specific analytics.

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Saluting a year’s worth of exemplary consumer goods executives and organizations.

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Chobani's Peter McGuinness was recognized for his accomplishments in building brand strategy, marketing innovation, experiential programs, digital/social outreach, public relations and a media-grabbing retail cafe.

Tiesta Tea is not a traditional consumer goods company — although its knack for scoring distribution deals with the likes of Target would make any old-school CPG envious.

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