The explosive growth of online shopping has revolutionized the world of retailing. Clearly, this trend will only continue, creating some uncomfortable disruptions along with tremendous opportunities for retailers, manufacturers and consumers.
Imagine a customer standing in the frozen food aisle staring at broccoli and corn. Without loyalty or preference for any one item, she needs to choose. Brand perception will likely play a big role in her decision. Chances are good the packaging will, too.
Do you know why the shelf so important? Whether or not your consumers are a switching light user or a loyal heavy user, your brand is on their shopping list or it's an impulse buy, or they have known your brand all their lives or are discovering it on the shelf, there are three reasons you want to get your shelf game right.
The retail sector is experiencing an unprecedented tsunami of change that is disrupting the industry in ways yet to be realized. In today’s competitive environment, new technology and rapidly evolving shopper behavior are driving dramatic changes.
Consumer packaged goods companies (CPG) recognize the revenue potential of including the warehouse club channel in their mix but also realize the unique challenges posed by competing in the club environment.
The Paperboard Packaging Council (PPC) held its Spring Outlook and Strategies Conference on Mar. 29-31, 2017, in Charlotte, NC. During the three-day event, leaders in the paperboard packaging industry learned the latest in consumer, economic and policy trends.
Technology has made it easier for individuals involved in counterfeiting activities, as e-commerce platforms have gained popularity. Technology is assisting counterfeiters to advertise, produce and distribute fake products. However, technology can also play a crucial role to curb the production and distribution of counterfeit goods.