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NPDI (New Product Development & Introduction)

A collection of articles, white papers, guides and other content related to emerging strategies, best practices, and leading tools and technology providers for the development and market introduction of new products.

A pat on the back to 24 upstarts making unique marks on the evolving retail marketplace.

Dubbed Color&Co, the new at-home hair coloring brand aims to deliver "exceptional" results via on-demand digital consultations with professionals.

The performance apparel maker's “Futurecraft Loop” initiative will manufacture shoes entirely from ocean plastics that can be returned and repurposed into another pair.

As online beauty brands continue picking up steam, Amazon moved to grab more share of the category by launching its first dedicated, private label skin care brand.

Target is enjoying an exclusive launch window for a vibrant and colorful first-aid brand that aims to renew the category by blending function with fun.

Best Buy has partnered with cloud-based visual merchandising software provider One Door to digitize its print-based merchandising system.

CGT’s readers again select their favorite IT solution providers across 16 business-critical functions.

Costco found an unlikely friend in prestige beauty while seeking to make up lost ground in e-commerce, appeal to younger, more diverse shoppers and provide more quality to its members.

Levi Strauss & Co. is transitioning to an operating model for the digital era, leveraging new tech to radically reduce the time it takes to bring a product to market and unveiling a new ability for consumers to design their own pair of jeans.

The CGT community’s preferred providers of solutions for new product development and introduction, and various other aspects of product lifecycle management.

The supermarket chain is one of the latest retailers to jump on the beauty box trend with the launch of its first curated collection of sample-sized products.

Transformational changes in consumer engagement, product development and fulfillment among beer makers provide a lesson for all consumer product manufacturers.

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