Vivek Raj, vice president of retail & consumer goods at Tech Mahindra, talks about the opportunities that the Internet of Things is bringing to all aspects of the consumer goods business at CGT's 2016 Consumer Goods Business & Technology Leadership Conference.
Over the last few years technology solution and service providers have been trying to become increasingly industry focused. This has manifested itself in different ways, from lip-service messaging changes, expensive re-branding exercises to full-fledged organizational restructuring along industry verticals.
The editors at CGT have handpicked a small group of additional technology companies that consumer goods organizations should consider when looking to solve their unique IT and business needs.
Their distinctive business models and intriguing offerings — like an artificial intelligence-based perso
On June 1, consumer goods executives met to discuss strategies that begin and end with the consumer. With social media being a major part of the conversations happening at the 12th annual Consumer Goods Sales & Marketing Summit, it seems a natural fit to cover the top 20 tweets of the event.
IKEA is a furniture store chain from Sweden, and about 10% of its 424 stores are located in the U.S. These are incredibly large, high-volume stores that make IKEA the largest furniture retailer in the world.
Soche Picard has been hard at work during her first year as Arc Worldwide North American CEO. She’s spent the time evolving the positioning of Arc (Leo Burnett Group’s commerce agency), realigning teams and creating an operating system around “irresistible commerce.”