A Thank You Letter to Our Readers
We hope you and those close to you are safe and doing well.
These are certainly unprecedented times, so we wanted to take a moment to recognize the consumer goods industry as a whole and say thank you.
We appreciate those of you on the front lines of the manufacturing facilities, those delivering the items we need and those helping to keep retail shelves stocked, for us and our loved ones. We understand there are difficult decisions being made regarding the health and safety of your employees, while ensuring we have the supplies we need to practice social distancing. We are thinking about you all during this uncertain time.
As a trusted media source, CGT is committed to keeping you informed with accurate and timely news regarding the impact of COVID-19 on the consumer goods community.
Our editorial team continues to cover the industry with a digital platform that reaches more than 35,000 consumer goods executives and solution providers. You can follow CGT’s continuing coverage of the impact of COVID-19 on the consumer goods industry here. In addition, to our ongoing COVID-19 coverage on our website, we have introduced a series of hard-hitting, quick to produce webinars designed to keep our readership informed throughout the crisis ― the webinars are available for free replay here.
We would like to hear how you, your company, and its employees are responding to current business challenges and helping the communities and customers that you serve.
More than ever, it remains important for consumer goods companies and solution providers to keep the lines of communication open. Our team is available to discuss new business challenges, review communication strategies and develop ideas that will help the consumer goods industry survive today's challenging environment and be well positioned for growth when a level of normalcy returns.
The consumer goods industry is no stranger to challenges and CGT is committed to helping us all get through this one. It is our goal to be your primary source of industry information on the coronavirus, a responsibility we take very seriously.
Stay safe, stay connected, and remember, we’re all in this together.