US Food/Drug Retailing Webinar Series

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US Channel Food Webinar: Capitalizing on the power regional grocery opportunity

10 Apr 2019, 01:00 PM EST

In a time of minimal store growth and peak store saturation, power regional players such as H-E-B, Hy-Vee, Publix, and Wegmans remain key retailers for driving incremental growth in the supermarket channel. These four players alone are forecasted to account for almost 30% of the supermarket channel’s sales added through 2023. In this session we will examine the 2018 performance of these power regional players and what their future strategies mean for the growing landscape in 2019 and ...


US Channel Drug Webinar: The future of the front store

14 Mar 2019, 01:00 PM EST

Continued front-store sales declines has plagued the US drug channel for over 5 years now, while drug store pharmacy sales have experienced record highs. The growing reliance on pharmacy sales for growth has moved leading drug retailers to seek new experiences to retain shoppers. One of the biggest factors impacting these new experience is the rise of selfcare. CPG brands seeking to maintain or grow distribution in drug will need to better understand the strategic implications associated ...


US Channel Food Webinar: What’s for dinner? The 2019 food outlook

31 Jan 2019, 01:00 PM EST

The way shoppers engage with food is shifting. This shift is being driven both by evolving shopper behavior and macro-economic factors. How people approach eating will continue to drive supermarket innovation, making it a key factor to track to be effective in this changing channel. As part of the discussion, attendees can expect to: Learn about the macro factors impacting how we spend on food Understand the shifts ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: Who needs a doctor when you have a grocery store?

1 Nov 2018, 01:00 PM EDT

As the country looks for ways to cope with issues such as high obesity rates, rising healthcare costs, and an aging population more and more shoppers are turning to a place they visit every week – the grocery store. In recent years, there has been an explosion of health & wellness products and services offered by supermarkets. At first this was driven by shoppers’ desire to focus on ‘self-care’ and prevent health issues from even occurring by eating better food ...


US Channel Drug Webinar: The changing drug channel - Performance and strategic update

18 Oct 2018, 01:00 PM EDT

Last year was an eventful one for the U.S. chain drug channel, and 2018 has proven to be no different. Moving into the last quarter of the year, the drug channel has experienced vertical integration, store acquisitions, new format testing, failed M&A, new partnerships, new competition, and more. In this webinar, we will check in on the strategic shifts occurring at the retailer level and make sense of the role of the drug channel in the overall retail and shopper landscapes going forward.   As ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: Capitalizing on The Grocery Channel’s New Strategic Direction

23 Aug 2018, 01:00 PM EDT

During these first seven months of 2018, the pace of change has only accelerated for the grocery industry. Gourmet pet food cooking classes, grocery delivery with driverless cars; retailers are desperate to find a distinctive hook with shoppers. In this session we will explore the current state of the grocery industry, key growth strategies to drive in-store and online differentiation, and ways that manufacturers can partner with their retailers to grow.   As part of the discussion, ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar - Dissecting the Big Three: Kroger, Albertsons, and Ahold Delhaize USA

12 Apr 2018, 01:00 PM EDT

The current grocery landscape is demanding new capabilities and strategies from our retailers. To remain relevant these retailers must adjust to find growth in uncomfortable places: eCommerce, acquisitions of unconventional players, services, etc. In this session we will examine the 2017 performance of the top three grocery players: Kroger, Albertsons and Ahold Delhaize USA and what their future strategies mean for the grocery landscape in 2018 and beyond. As part of the discussion, attendees ...


US Channel Drug Webinar: When Store Brands Set the Standards - How to Approach Burgeoning Private Label Portfolios at Drug

1 Mar 2018, 01:00 PM EST

Across the chain drug channel, retailers’ store brand portfolios have undergone rapid and dynamic innovation. Rather than existing as lower-priced options that reflect established category assortments, private label brands at drug now are front-end category leaders and are setting high standards for national brands. With more shelf space and preferential merchandising devoted to private label, suppliers must learn how to work both with and against these increasingly robust store brands. As ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: The Path to Grocery 2025 - Journey to Future Success

31 Jan 2018, 01:00 PM EST

The grocery landscape is evolving at an unprecedented pace. Changing shopper dynamics; new technology; and innovation in format, pricing, and product have changed the game. In this session, we will look at the path grocery retailers will take as they work to succeed in 2018 and beyond. As part of this discussion, attendees can expect to: Understand the current grocery landscape in a channel-less world and who will win and lose Explore the critical trends that will ensure grocery retailers ...


US Channel Grocery Retailing Webinar: Finding Real Innovation in Grocery - The Hidden Gems of 2017

9 Nov 2017, 01:00 PM EST

In a time of minimal store growth and peak store saturation, innovation in grocery is increasingly important. This innovation is often concentrated in regional, more nimble food retailers and can indicate where the larger industry is headed. As we progress towards the end of the year, explore what innovations have taken place in 2017 and understand what to look for in 2018 and beyond as suppliers and retailers look for future growth opportunities. As part of this discussion, attendees can ...


US Channel Drug Retailing Webinar: What’s Next for 2017

25 Oct 2017, 01:00 PM EDT

With the Walgreens Boots Alliance-Rite Aid deal almost in the rearview mirror, it's full steam ahead for the drug channel. Throughout the year, macro and industry occurrences continued to shape the retail landscape and impact traffic, conversion, and shopper behavior at drug and in general. Now in Q4, retailers and suppliers alike can move out of limbo and focus more fully on execution, particularly in front store and digital. In this webinar, we will explore: How CVS Health, Walgreens ...


US Channel Grocery Retailing Webinar: The Grocery Games - A Battle on Three Fronts

3 Aug 2017, 01:00 PM EDT

In an increasingly complex competitive environment, supermarket retailers are struggling to find ways to successfully compete and differentiate themselves in the current retail landscape. From the growth of Aldi and Trader Joes, paired with entry of Lidl to the US market, discounters are pushing the boundaries on price and private label in retail. Now, with the news of an Amazon acquisition of Whole Foods, both natural and organic retailing and eCommerce in grocery are set for continuing ...


US Channel Grocery Retailing Webinar: The Grocery Games – Building a Ground Game in 2017

13 Apr 2017, 01:00 PM EDT

Some of the largest players in the grocery industry have recently shared that this is one of the toughest competitive environment in years, quickly moving in to a landscape for what seems like a survival of the fittest environment. In a competitive landscape where only the "strongest" will survive, understand the key points of differentiation for some of the best grocers in the industry, regardless of the channel where they compete. In this webinar, we will explore: The key players ...


US Channel Drug Retailing Webinar:Navigating Chain Drug - Finding Growth in Complexity

2 Mar 2017, 01:00 PM EST

It was an eventful 2016 for chain drug retailers, with more excitement to come in 2017. As pharmacy hyper-competition intensifies, the drug channel will continue to evolve as retailers react with innovations in partnerships, front store strategy, and health and wellness services and platforms. Join us as Brian Owens and Kate Senzamici help you to uncover the incremental growth opportunities in an increasingly complex drug channel landscape. Included in this discussion: An update on ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: Three In-Store Themes to Plan Against for 2017 in Grocery

26 Jan 2017, 01:00 PM EST

The grocery landscape serves as the epitome of an omni-channel world, with retailers in every US retailing channel fighting for their fair share of the grocery basket. Throughout the year, retailers and suppliers experimented with digital engagement, unique formats, creative services and categories, and more. While eCommerce is growing fastest in the grocery space, the physical store still serves as the foundation and focus of grocery sales in the US, accounting for more than 90% of grocery ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: The Supermarket Channel - Past, Present, and Future

10 Nov 2016, 01:00 PM EST

Online grocery, acquisitions and divestitures, and new areas of competition all play a role in the evolving U.S grocery channel. As we progress towards the end of the year, explore the current state of the grocery channel and understand what to look for in 2017 and beyond as suppliers and retailers look for future growth opportunities. As part of this discussion, attendees can expect to learn: Which regional retailers will provide the largest opportunities for growth in the coming years How ...


US Channel Drug Webinar: A Channel Performance and Consolidation Update

13 Oct 2016, 01:00 PM EDT

As the U.S drug channel moves into the second year of its great disruption, Kantar Retail has a clearer point of view of CVS Health's acquisition of Target's pharmacies, the Walgreens Boots Alliance/Rite Aid merger, and Rite Aid's Plenti program. During this webinar, we will focus on channel growth drivers and provide insights into the big three retailers' strategic moves. As part of this discussion, attendees can expect to learn: How CVS Health, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and Rite ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: New Opportunity in the Oldest Channel - Managing Supermarket Change, Growth, and Risk

17 Aug 2016, 01:00 PM EDT

Grocery is a chameleon, changing in context across many different channels as different formats try to capture the trips and frequency of food retailing. Smart suppliers follow the shopper across the entire complex grocery sales continuum. But even as other players capture share, supermarkets are still paramount and will remain the single largest source of grocery sales through 2021. Take an hour and tune in to rediscover the Supermarket channel in the US and understand some of the triggers ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: Competitive Battle Zones - Where and How Supermarkets Compete

20 Apr 2016, 01:00 PM EDT

Competition is present everywhere but there are always "hot spots" where key customers display new approaches and we can literally see how the business of grocery is changing. Some of the specific geographies catching our attention this year include Houston, Wisconsin, and the Mid Atlantic, where retailers are clashing via new stores, new owners, or new strategies. These and other markets shed light on how retailers are deploying resources and invading new territories to seek areas of ...


US Channel Drug Webinar Series: Changes and Predictions

25 Feb 2016, 01:00 PM EST

In 2015, sales growth accelerated for all three US major drug store chains with CVS Health, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid strengthening their retail health competitive advantage via new strategic acquisitions. Affordable retail health solutions were expanded with new openings, new formats and new markets. External partnerships were formed to influence consumers toward healthier lifestyles. Join Kantar Retail's US drug channel expert as he explains the implications of these strategic ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: Time to Change Because Change is Constant - Setting Up 2016 Expectations

28 Jan 2016, 01:00 PM EST

2016 will be a year of pivotal change within the supermarket landscape – from East coast to West. On the Western side of the country, we will see the newly formed Albertsons-Safeway stores make moves after a year of focusing on internal company dynamics; in the East, Ahold and Delhaize will officially merge and begin their integration. As those changes take place from East to West, Kroger continues to grow in multiple directions via acquisitions and new stores. Aside from the more ...


US Channel Drug Webinar: Big Commotion and the Retail Health Implications

15 Oct 2015, 01:00 PM EDT

2015 has been a record year for mergers and acquisition activity in the US drug channel. CVS Health acquired Target Pharmacies and Clinics; Rite Aid launched Wellness + with Plenti Rewards powered by American Express; and Walgreens partnered with Providence Health & Services to expand clinics. This is just the beginning, as the big three drug retailers look to reconfigure internal resources in preparation for future channel disruptions. This webinar will analyze the executive moves, ...


US Channel Grocery Webinar: Change in the Channel

8 Oct 2015, 01:00 PM EDT

Big Moves Toward Better Stores Increasingly, shoppers (particularly Millenials) are demanding greater ease and less stress from a retail experience on top of the time honored ideals of value and convenience. In just the past few months three retailers in the Northeast (Ahold, Hannaford, and Roche Brothers) have debuted small formats that are a departure from their conventional stores. These stores aren't just smaller, they are attempts to offer the shopper an easier, less stressful experience ...


US Channel Grocery Retailing Webinar: The Great Grocery Disrupters - Preparing for Change

19 Aug 2015, 01:00 PM EDT

From "Ahlhaize" to A&P: Regional Change Roundup Industry consolidation continues with Royal Ahold and Delhaize Group announcing a merger that could create a company worth approximately USD 29 billion. Both retailers are in a state of change, re-evaluating their banners' positions in the marketplace in the face of tough competition across the mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. Ahold is already preparing to grow, purchasing stores from recently bankrupt A&P. On a larger scale, the ...


US Channel Grocery Retailing Webinar: NEW, NEW, NEW!! A Time of Transition in the Supermarket Channel

30 Apr 2015, 01:00 PM EDT

Albertsons-Safeway: A Whole New Customer Emerges With the dust of the merger just beginning to settle there is clarity emerging around what the newly combined retailer will look like. We'll provide an early point of view on the new company, its structure, and its strategic direction. More importantly, we'll share what suppliers need to do to prepare for a very new and different customer. New Digital Capabilities: A Best in Class Checklist The proliferation of smaller retailers who possess ...


US Channel Chain Drug Webinar: A Drug Channel Health Check

26 Mar 2015, 01:00 PM EDT

As millions of shoppers continue to enter the health care system, retailers are adapting their strategies to address the growing demand for accessible wellness solutions. The US drug store continues to be uniquely positioned to provide these solutions, even as mass retailers look to threaten their market share. Join Brian Owens for his engaging look at the current state of the drug channel and how its suppliers should best partner with CVS, Walgreens Alliance Boots and Rite Aid. Here are ...


US Channel: Grocery Retailing Webinar - Supermarket 2015: The Return of the Retail Jedi

28 Jan 2015, 01:00 PM EST

Sometimes there is an eerie sense of déjà vu in the supermarket world, as certain methods and approaches fall in and out of favor. As we open the New Year with our first webinar for the supermarket channel, we have that sense again. Join us as we explore some themes that may sound familiar: Get Local: Limits of the Centralized Retailer: Our focus topic will address the way forward in lieu of the Albertsons-Safeway merger. It has been clear for some time that the new Albertsons ...


US Channel: Grocery Retailing Webinar

23 Oct 2014, 01:00 PM EDT

Safeway/Albertson's: An Educated Guess Once approved, the proposed Albertson-Safeway merger, originally announced in early March of this year, would be one of the biggest mergers in this industry. Both have been relatively quiet about what will happen when the two large corporations officially combine, but it will certainly impact the US supermarket industry. The two supermarkets have finally leaked released information regarding the executive and the division-level teams, which shed some ...


US Channel Series: Chain Drug Webinar

17 Oct 2014, 01:00 PM EDT

3 of the 4 largest drug chains in North America are no longer simply drug chains.  For years, CVS has been part of the Caremark organization, though their recent corporate rebannering to CVS Health is indicative of that integration taking even greater and different root.   Walgreens’ integration with Boots has manifested itself in a massive US restructure, and Shoppers Drug Mart continues to process being incorporated into Canada’s largest grocery chain Loblaws.  ...


US Channel: Grocery Retailing Webinar

3 Sep 2014, 01:00 PM EDT

Personalizing Loyalty: With the rollout of its digital coupon program, Publix has effectively removed the physical card from traditional loyalty card programs. That's significant for the expectations retailers will have for suppliers, and the implications go well beyond Publix or even the retailer-supplier relationship. This sets a precedent for other retailers to adopt similar programs while increasing the industry wide demand for more advanced shopper analytics and drives us closer to ...


US Channel: Grocery Retailing Webinar

16 Jul 2014, 01:00 PM EDT

The Who’s Who of Grocery:Kantar Retail recently released its new, retail forecasts until 2018. The list of the top 20 supermarket retailers continues to shuffle, where Kantar Retail will discuss what has changed and how suppliers should approach retailers with nuanced strategies. Whether or not a retailer has a strong brand or shopper understanding (or both) determines how they act and perform in the marketplace. We will examine both internal and external strategies which help define ...


US Channel: Grocery Retailing

30 Jan 2014, 01:00 PM EST

The Year Ahead: Grocery Focus The impact of a volatile economy, changing shopper behaviors, and pressure from competitors affected every retailer in the grocery channel in the past year, though not everyone equally. 2013 was the year where new teams were formed or broken down, stars were born or stars faded. The channel became more complicated and different than most companies realize. As growth accounts for suppliers continue to change, we will review Kantar Retail's 'New' Top 20 Supermarkets ...


US Channel Series Chain Drug: Aligning With Shifting Drug Channel Strategies

22 Jan 2014, 01:00 PM EST

Drug as a Health Care DestinationWith the implementation of health care reform and growth of online competition, drug retailers are emphasizing their health expertise to draw shoppers into the store. At CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid, 60-70% of total sales are generated by the pharmacy, and catering to shoppers' health needs across the store is becoming increasingly important. This webinar will analyze what retailers are doing to position themselves as health care destinations, what it means ...


US Channel Grocery Retailing: My Brand, Your Brand, Our Brand: Three Keys to Mutual Value in Supermarkets

21 Nov 2013, 11:00 AM EST

Retailer Branding and the Role of the Supplier: As retailers expand into new markets (either by organic store growth or M&A activity), they find themselves having to educate new shoppers about their value proposition and what makes them unique. Doing so requires retailers to engage in a particular set of activities to make sure that their brand is being communicated effectively, is relevant to the market, and takes local competition into account. Retailer growth provides suppliers ...


US Channel Series Grocery Retailing: Charting the Tipping Points

12 Sep 2013, 11:00 AM EDT

The Growth of Kroger Kroger has spent most of a decade proving it can grow sustainably without a lot of new stores and without making any significant acquisitions. So now that they are merging with Harris Teeter and express an intent to ramp up their store building program, what are the changing prospects for Kroger? On the verge of becoming a $100 B company this year, let's assess the nature of Kroger and how it is evolving. The Shrinking of Safeway In contrast to Kroger, Safeway ...


US Channel Series: Chain Drug Retailing

31 Jul 2013, 11:00 AM EDT

For many companies, August and September mean next year's planning, and the NACDS Total Store Expo plays a huge part in that process. In preparation for this event, Kantar Retail's webinar will focus on several of the major topics and tactics that will help you make the most of it. We'll focus on three areas specifically: Health care changes and the effects on the total store Drug channel supply chain considerations Shopper marketing in drug Health Care Changes and the Effects ...


US Channel Series: Grocery Retailing

9 May 2013, 11:00 AM EDT

Price is under discussion everywhere today. Price is Value to shoppers and Cost to retailers. Price is both a strategy and a tactic. Price is viewed on shelves, compared on smart phones, and negotiated across desks. Price is a foundation of promotion and yet not always a good basis on which to compete. Price is a critical benchmark and a prison for a brand, all at the same time. Join Kantar Retail’s team of supermarket experts as we discuss the changing nature of ...


US Channel Chain Drug Retailing: Managing Disruption in Drug

7 Mar 2013, 11:00 AM EST

Facing the Growing Threat of Dotcom Pricing As shoppers become comfortable with shopping online, they are increasingly looking to retailers like Amazon and for consumable categories such as personal care and OTC. In addition, services like auto replenishment and expedited shipping are adding value and redefining convenience. Drug retailers, which typically rely on the proximity of stores to drive sales, are facing increased competition in these traditional drugstore categories. ...


US Channel Grocery Series: Status Report - State of the Supermarket Channel

28 Feb 2013, 11:00 AM EST

The Lost and LimpingSeveral high profile retailers have serious strategic changes underway. From Fresh & Easy to Supervalu to Delhaize, major customers are undergoing far-reaching changes, and even more stable customers such as Safeway will have leadership changes in 2013. We will look at each, examine some of the common threads that have gotten these customers to where they are, and project where the changes are likely to lead.Who is Winning and WhyWe will review our updated 5 year ...


Grocery Webinar: November 2012

8 Nov 2012, 11:00 AM EST

Kroger Discovers Small Kroger continues to expand its already diversified portfolio of stores to serve multiple shopper needs. Last month, Kroger opened its first next generation Turkey Hill Market, a new small store concept that appears to be a new direction for Kroger to accommodate an increasingly value-plus-time conscious shopper. A hybrid of a convenience store and a conventional grocery format, the format is designed in part to give Kroger additional location flexibility and ...


New Horizons of Growth and Opportunity in Drug: Improving the Value Proposition and Market Potential

11 Oct 2012, 11:00 AM EDT

Understanding the Wild Wild West As drugstore growth slows, and Value Discounters continue their rapid expansion west, CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid face challenges in California with a very different market and larger footprints. CVS in particular has struggled with this following the acquisition of Longs, which is a very different store from the rest of the store base. Given the current macro-economic landscape and vastly different shopper profile, understanding the California market is ...


Grocery Retailing: The Cycle of Supermarket Change

23 Aug 2012, 11:00 AM EDT

Traditional Leaders Falter-  With the exception of Kroger, top tier grocers have dealt with tumultuous performance lately.  Safeway continues to eke out barely positive growth, and  in a  move indicative of the internal climate at Safeway, has sold off Genuardi’s, its first real retreat in two decades.     Meanwhile, Supervalu openly signaled that its future is in jeopardy.  After many years of poor performance and an inability to climb out from under ...


Grocery Channel Update: Wellness, Digital Toolbox, & Kroger Store Development

26 Apr 2012, 11:00 AM EDT

Measuring the Success of Wellness Initiatives: In addition to providing a pharmacy, a number of retailers are expanding services to become a health destination. Retailers seeking a role in health and wellness are developing strategies and tactics to capitalize on emerging trends across the entire store. Through product offerings, merchandising, and marketing practices they seek to make healthy choices more accessible, affordable and appealing. We’ll recap some of the significant efforts ...


Chain Drug Retailing: Attracting or Detracting Core Customers? What Drug is Doing Next...

2 Mar 2012, 11:00 AM EST

Agenda Shifting strategies in Drug in promotional vehicles, changing store formats, and PMBs may be the trifecta that sends core Drug shoppers elsewhere, or it may be a well-thought out plan to change the customer they are attracting for the future.  We will explore the impact of the ad block reduction in Drug circulars on Sales and discuss whether progress towards personalized pricing leveraging loyalty data and increased use of mobile technologies may make this transition successful.  ...


Grocery Retailing: Confessions of Weakness. Pockets of Strengths

23 Feb 2012, 11:00 AM EST

Topic 1:  A brief review of the changes in the Top 20 The volatile economy, changing shopper behaviors, and a fluid competitive environment has affected every retailer in the channel.  However, these factors have not affected everyone equally.  The result is a reshuffled ordering of growth accounts for suppliers.  The list of top 20 supermarket retailers has changed significantly in even just the last year.  Kantar Retail discusses who’s up, who’s down, ...


Channel Series - Chain Drug: October 2011

13 Oct 2011, 11:00 AM EDT

H2 2011 Drug Channel Update   Can Drugstores Sell “WELL”?: The Future of Wellness in a Convenience Format   From Walgreens to Rite Aid, there has been a lot of talk about wellness in the drug channel over the past 12 months. Walgreens has positioned itself as “America’s First Choice for Health and Daily Living Needs” – laying out an ambitious plan to “own the strategic territory of WELL” while Rite Aid plans to remodel approximately ...


Channel Series - Grocery: August 2011

4 Aug 2011, 11:00 AM EDT

Competing for Value – A Different Kind of Battle Walmart’s pricing and competitive focus has changed, and a number of supermarket operators are successfully competing with different approaches to pricing, while new competition with new technology, including online and digital offerings, are taking shape. We will take a quick look at the evolution of pricing practices and objectives in grocery retail. Where the Growth Comes From: Finding the Winners and Losers in Supermarket Our ...


Channel Series - Grocery: April 2011

21 Apr 2011, 11:00 AM EDT

Kroger Situation Report – Sustainable Leadership Kroger closed its fourth quarter and its year on a generally positive note. In its own low-key way, Kroger has established a solid position of leadership in US Retail, which not only compares favorably with the rest of the supermarket industry, but places Kroger in the first rank of reliable performers of scale regardless of channel. We will review the performance of Kroger, its prospects for sustaining its growth, and why we think Kroger ...


Channel Series - Chain Drug: March 2011

4 Mar 2011, 11:00 AM EST

  Chain Drug 2011 - Backward and Forward: Many years from now as we look back, we will likely point to 2010 as a critical inflection point where chain drug collectively moved from reacting to the world around us, talking about the need for change, and ideating… to acting forward. While most are happy to be on the other side of 2010, sometimes it is necessary to look backward to act forward. This presentation will provide an assessment of several transformational changes and developments ...


Channel Series - Grocery: February 2011

10 Feb 2011, 11:00 AM EST

 Retail Technology Round Up Digital technology has a rapid and profound impact on the supermarket channel (and the broader retail industry) over the last several years.  What’s more, the pace of change continues to accelerate.  Broadly speaking, the technological innovations that have occurred can be grouped into five broad buckets: 1. Facilitating in-store decision making for the shopper 2. Technology coming from the retailer 3. Influencing outlet selection 4. ...


US Channel Series: Grocery November 18

18 Nov 2010, 11:00 AM EST

Benchmarking the Grocery Team:  For several years we have conducted a Benchmarking Survey of our clients, and this year’s survey results include responses from nearly one hundred supplier clients. We will review some of the benchmarking insights that the survey offers on how a broad range of CPG companies are dealing with key client facing issues such as team structure, resources for shopper insights, the growth of private label, changes to distribution,  digital marketing ...