The business imperatives for CPG companies are fairly well understood. Products must be available on the shelf for shoppers to buy them and they must be merchandised in a way that aligns with all of the sales drivers that companies have learned over many years of studying category management
Getting the right visibility into how products are performing at the shelf depends on how brands collect in-store data. In this blog, we look at the state of in-store data collection in the CPG industry, and what methods can improve the "shelf health" of brands.
Walgreens revealed a new twist to its annual Red Nose Day campaign as the emblematic red noses received a sparkly makeover, while an "Every One Counts Hometown Challenge" is an informal competition between 10 large markets to raise the most money for the cause.