When I’m not engrossed in the latest CPG news, digging into recent trends, or exploring the shelves of my local grocery store to see what new products are making people ooooh and ahhhh...
For retail buyers, trade shows are an important part of their product discovery mix, a place they can go and meet the suppliers face-to-face, touch, feel, try, and even taste these products.
RangeMe and William Reed Business Media have joined together to showcase new product discovery at The Healthy and Natural Show in Chicago.
Consumers’ high expectations for information sharing have made transparency an urgent business necessity for consumer goods and retail brands.
Convenience is key for today’s consumers, and retailers are recognising and responding to this in the form of online delivery, and fresh, ready-made meals.
Together, RangeMe and Urban Expositions are taking matters into their own hands to put new product discovery power in your hands.
This massive show featured 350,000 square feet of show floor and close to 75,000 attendees. While all segments of natural products were featured, the show revolved predominantly around food and beverage.
Consumers value the superior quality of local products and the “buy local” movement has made retailers more willing to partner with local suppliers because these suppliers offer mutually beneficial, strategic value.
With more than 2,100 exhibitors spread across three sections of Chicago’s monstrous McCormick Place for the 2016 International Home + Housewares Show, it could be very easy to get lost amid the seemingly never-ending aisles of stylish décor and industrious...
What’s an innovator to do if your product is already out there, and the price is…wrong?