The business impacts of COVID-19 are far and wide. Here is how four major CPG firms have adjusted their strategy and operations and manage the crisis.
Since its formulation, the wheel of retail has helped explain the evolution of retailers. Here’s why Dollar General may be different.
Retailers not manufacturers control retail pricing. This wasn’t always the case. Learn how politics informed commerce and ultimately enabled Walmart.
People often compare influencer marketing and livestreaming to QVC and the Home Shopping Network. Here’s why the better comparison is Dollar General.
A holy grail of consumer goods companies is brand licensing revenue. Kraft-Heinz recently announced it was entering the fray. Success isn’t always easy as it may seem.
Just Egg Inc. announced that it is adopting the Coca-Cola bottler strategy in China. That begs the question, what is the Coca-Cola bottler strategy?
G.E. was the definition of a conglomerate–and now it’s not. Learn what the corporate structure is, its’ strengths and weaknesses through a G.E. case study.
Large CPG firms have weathered the coronavirus storm fairly well, but what will happen to small CPG companies?
Unilever CEO Alan Jope outlined a vision for an agile supply chain–one that replaces centralized scenario planning with on-the-ground insights. Here’s what that means.
Walmart’s deep pockets and omnichannel investments have the company well positioned in a post COVID-19 world. What does it mean for the rest of retail?