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Tag: CPG

NACS 2022: Reflections and top 5 takeaways

Las Vegas hosted NACS 2022 in the first week of October 2022. The size and scale of this conference was phenomenal, with a wide variety of sections catering to all aspects of running a convenience store, be it consumer packaged goods (CPGs) innovation, physical retail fixtures, the latest in commercial kitchen supplies, or customer-facing and […]

CPG partner conversations: How DXC is turning disruption into opportunity in the CPG industry

The COVID-19 pandemic created unprecedented disruption to businesses and global markets. Although most of the world appears to be past the uncertainty and turbulence of the pandemic, companies, especially in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, continue to deal with major challenges, like supply chain disruptions and labor shortages. At the same time, consumer buying […]

CPG companies: Learn strategies to simplify operations and accelerate growth with AWS technologies in new ebook

More than a century ago, when consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies first started to manufacture branded products, the goal was to produce and sell goods through physical retail stores. That model worked for decades. Fast-forward to the current day, and that seemingly simplistic approach has transformed in ways company leaders couldn’t have imagined. Now, large […]

On-demand webinar: Say hello to Yelloh! and learn how Schwan’s Home Delivery (now Yelloh!) is embarking on a rebranding and digital transformation journey

A pioneer in the frozen food industry, Schwan’s Home Delivery was in the frozen food delivery business before it was cool! In fact, when the company started in 1952, it launched with just three things: ice cream, a yellow delivery truck, and a mission to deliver quality food directly to American families. Since then, the […]

Stanley Black & Decker hits the nail on the head by empowering sellers with a new ecommerce platform

Stanley Black & Decker has been helping builders—those who shape our world—since 1843. In the mid-1800s, Frederick Stanley started a small shop in New Britain, Connecticut, to manufacture bolts, hinges, and other hardware of high quality from wrought iron. Early in the next century (1910), Duncan Black and Alonzo Decker started a shop in Baltimore, […]

AB InBev leading the way with omnichannel DTC ecosystem of fast-growing ecommerce platforms and nearly 13,000 brick-and-mortar retail stores

If any company can bring delight to millions of retailers and consumers all over the world, that company would be Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev), the world’s largest brewer. Working hand-in-hand since 2016 with VTEX, a leading enterprise digital commerce platform that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS), AB InBev has launched state-of-the-art ecommerce technologies for […]

GroceryShop 2022: 10 takeaways

This year’s GroceryShop was one of the best to date. This event has become “the” grocery industry event of the year and is a must-attend event for the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry. There were excellent senior leadership speakers. Relevant, targeted content. A focused and lively presentation approach. A space for start-ups and new industry […]

A guide to reimagining merchandise planning solutions with Plantensive – part 2

Part 2 – Navigating today’s rapidly changing retail and CPG landscape with modern technologies The global supply chain disruptions that we’ve witnessed in our industry from 2020 through 2022 have been nothing short of incredible. Lengthy lead times and out-of-stock inventory on everything from paper and cleaning supplies to beef and poultry have created a […]

A guide to delivering supply chain transformation and retail planning from factory to consumer with Plantensive – part 1

Part 1 – A roadmap for suppliers, retailers, and CPG firms for building collaborative solutions covering demand, supply chain, and retail planning When the global pandemic hit with virtually no warning, the retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry was turned upside down. Supply chains were quickly disrupted—and then overwhelmed. Everyday items, like paper and […]