Most of the industry leaders and visionaries who took the stage during the Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit this month had a similar message: disrupt or be disrupted.
Any Summit attendee who was still a little unclear about the influence of the consumer on today's path to purchase may have left the event a little shell-shocked. But those who came looking for strategic inspiration and tactical guidance likely left fully armed.
The 15th annual event took place last week at the historic Roosevelt Hotel in New York, where more than 200 consumer good executives, analysts and solution providers gathered to hear from some of the industry’s best and brightest minds.
Below is a visual overview of the event.