This webinar provides insight into the current state of the U.S. economy, and the potential implications—and opportunities—for the food retail industry. In addition, it highlights the current tax landscape.
Listen in and gain perspectives and insights to the forces shaping today’s marketplace and what it will take to be successful in this increasingly disrupted landscape.
FMI’s 2017 U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends explores what consumers most want to know about their food, who they hold accountable, and the implications the quest for transparency has for food retailers.
Learn how you can drive growth by examining every step of the path to purchase, from pre-trip planning and driving impulse to shopper education and being a destination of choice.
This webinar explores how shopper attitudes regarding food safety, health and wellness and corporate social responsibility are impacting where consumers shop, how they choose to shop and what they are shopping for.
In the fifth and final installment of the 2017 Top Trends in Fresh webinar series, IRI and FMI examine how retailers can capture growing consumer needs.
It’s more important than ever to track global retail trends because they increasingly ignore country boundaries. Consumers are impacted by “borderless retail,” including the influence of social media. This is true across retailing, not just on the food side. This webcast provides insight and analysis from the FROM THE WORLD chapter of the The Power of Private Brands.
Listen to insights from Matt Laukaitis, Senior Vice President and GM, North American Retail, SAP as he provides a review of the digital maturity of the average grocer vs a leader.
Listen to insights from Matt Laukaitis, Senior Vice President and GM, North American Retail, SAP as he walks you through why the 5 five senses are not enough and how value (measured in dollars saved) and convenience (measured in time saved).
Listen to insights from Matt Laukaitis, Senior Vice President and GM, North American Retail, SAP as he provides an overview of the modern day consumer demands and the increasing competiveness of today’s grocery landscape particularly in light of the Amazon purchase of Whole Foods.
Consumers want to know precisely where their food comes from — and shoppers’ desire for local food isn’t limited to the produce section. While this is still important, shoppers also want to support local businesses in their communities, ranging from the neighborhood bakery to ready-to-eat prepared foods found in a local deli or startup. The fourth installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series, “Hyperlocalization,” will focus on how retailers can get in on the ground floor with local businesses to drive traffic and find new growth.
This webinar will help Future Leaders registrants learn how to make the most of the event. Areas covered include program highlights, the interactive team concept, preparing for the event, and what to expect on-site.
FMI’s Private Brands Council sought to explore in more detail where efforts are meeting expectations and where they aren’t, among other topics. It also wanted to take a deep dive into how to improve manufacturer and retailer joint efforts in private brand. Other important areas for exploration were biggest threats, promotion vehicles, goal setting, and importance versus performance in a range of key areas.
IFCO’s Hillary Femal, VP of Global Marketing, and Beverly Sauer – Franklin Associates, A Division of ERG, Senior LCA Analyst review the sustainability benefits of shared and reusable fresh produce packaging versus one-way packaging.
This webinar presents an overview of the joint cyber security whitepaper recently issued by FMI and Fortium Partners. It outlines three levels of cyber security maturity and discusses the types of reasonable, actionable steps that make the most sense at each level.
The first-ever industry study of the men and women who really make grocery stores run has a number of eye-opening findings. Get a look through the eyes of food retail department managers.
The third installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series, “Atomization of Personalization,” focuses on how CPG retailers and manufacturers can leverage this vast amount of data to customize their shoppers’ experiences.
The register is where speculation gives way to hard data. The FMI Private Brands Council set out to get a better view of what’s happening at the register through an innovative analysis. It commissioned a study leveraging segment breakdowns to enable a deeper look across price tiers and categories. The results can help the industry understand which segments and categories are doing well, and how to extend those lessons to less robust private brand segments.
The second installment of the Top Trends in Fresh webinar series, “Social Strategy and Cultural Alignment,” focuses on how companies are aligning consumer and social values to their business operations.
Anyone trying to understand private brand trends needs to first comprehend consumer trends. Retailers and manufacturers spend countless hours trying to understand disruptive consumer behavior, but often they don’t get a full understanding of what’s driving shoppers. That’s because consumer behavior is a moving target, and findings depend on which groups of consumers are being analyzed and which research methodology is used.
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