A collection of recent webinars presenting research and best practices on a variety of key industry topics including technology transformation, data & analytics, digital marketing, supply chain excellence and new product development.
We dig into a recent study benchmarking the state of the supply chain during the height of the pandemic. In addition to breaking down the most significant findings, we provide context to the numbers so CGs know where they stand against their peers.
Done properly, a distributed workforce can drive diversity, creativity and profits. Get the hard numbers surrounding the state of CPG workforce, and dig into best practices that can be implemented today.
Consumer goods and retail insiders provide a behind the curtain look at the technology setting the pace for change across the industry today. This webinar series explores the solutions your company needs to drive growth in an increasingly competitive and ever-shifting marketplace.
The consumer goods industry has always had to navigate a changing and fast-paced landscape. New consumer expectations, emerging trends and technologies are surfacing constantly, introducing different challenges.
Date: October 1st, 2020 @ 2:00 PM ET
The consumer goods supply chain is a living breathing entity that is constantly evolving ― an evolution that was kicked into high gear in the face of the worldwide COVID-19 health crisis.
Retailers and consumer goods companies need to be able to react seamlessly in real-time to unforeseen challenges. The worldwide COVID-19 crisis exposed holes in their ability to effectively predict and meet unprecedented demand.
From AI/ML-powered smart factories and supply chain to data-driven marketing and personalization, AWS has been integrating and building experiences that are impactful for consumer goods brands and consequently, their retailer customers alike.
Data is the new oil and analytics is the refinery — this timeworn phrase continues to hold water, but it’s next-gen analytics taking the driver’s seat in today’s consumer goods industry. We dive into the Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Study 2020 to put even more context behind the numbers.