A pair of Mondelēz and Johnson & Johnson symptom relief brands are investing in tech solutions that will allow them to track proprietary data, identify illness trends, and use these insights to inform consumer engagement strategies.
Consumer behavior is changing rapidly, but their methods and preferred channels for engaging can vary wildly. Learn from Channan Sawhney, director of global e-commerce at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, about these differences and where retailers are investing to meet new needs.
The Coca-Cola Company will leverage OpenAI’s generative AI technology for marketing and consumer experiences — and potentially other ways — marking it as one of the first major consumer goods companies to publicly announce use for the much-buzzed-about technology.
To understand how DTC fits into today’s evolving consumer goods landscape, CGT drew together the latest research and perspectives from thought leaders to see where leading-edge brands are placing bets to gather actionable insights and get as close as possible to the needs of consumers.
Coca-Cola’s new marketing model is bearing fruit thanks to localized efforts, according to CEO James Quincey, who provided a lineup of examples in which the company’s tech-infused pilots and experiments had resulted in increased retail sales and consumer engagement.