The new product process is a constant, ever-changing journey of learning.
Millennials like to express their individuality by buying one-of-a-kind items, plus artisan goods are often local goods made by small businesses.
The speed of innovation within retail has accelerated at a blistering pace in recent years. Here is a recent history of how real technology has shaped how we shop...
Supplier Diversity has been a hot, hot, hot topic in CPG these days, and with good reason. It brings in new consumers, it shakes up staid categories, and it hacks away at the stranglehold multinational conglomerates have on the CPG...
To remain relevant and competitive in today’s market, retailers are adopting the following tech trends to woo consumers by delivering superior speed, ease and convenience.
Today’s winning retailers and suppliers adopt technologies to modernize and intertwine their operations with those of their retail trading partners to serve shoppers better and faster.
Take a look down your closest beverage aisle and you’ll see what I mean—the shelves are lined with new (and new-to-me) products that are eager for me to try them.
Last week 33,000 people, including retailers, suppliers and technology experts gathered at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Big Show 2017 in New York, the biggest retail trade show of the year.
To accurately anticipate shopping trends this year, more retail companies will invest in predictive analytics, the big data equivalent of a crystal ball.