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  • Service: Advisory, Management Consulting, Data Analytics & Information Modelling
  • Industry: Agribusiness, Food, Drink & Consumer Products, Retail
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 29/01/2014

ConsumerCurrents

ConsumerCurrents examines topical industry issues and global trends for senior executives at consumer goods companies, suppliers and wholesalers.

ConsumerCurrents - Issue 16 

This issue of ConsumerCurrents explores how big data can make a big difference to an organisation’s performance, what manufacturers should consider before bringing production home, and what lessons retailers can learn from the music business.
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In this issue

  • Presumers and custowners: Major brands are increasingly engaging in crowdsourcing
  • Rise of the ROBO-shopper: Why so many consumers are happy to Research Online and Buy Offline
  • Interview with Matt Shay: The National Retail Federation’s CEO on the importance of innovation
  • Analytics: How can big data make a big difference to your performance?
  • The Gulf States: A guide to the region where retail is expected to grow significantly over the next three years
  • Production’s coming home or is it?: What companies need to know about reshoring
  • Case study: Procter & Gamble — Sustainability head Len Sauers on the company’s green goals
  • Lessons from other industries: What can retail learn from the internet’s impact on the music business?


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