3 Tools That Can Promote Private Label Growth Amid Financial Uncertainty
Michael Jaszczyk, CEO of GK Americas, details three ways retailers can better promote private brands in our latest guest blog.
Private Brand Sales Skyrocket: How to Push Them Higher
Symphony RetailAI CPG's Charisse Jacques details how retailers can harness technology to further grow private brands.
Packaging Design Key for Independents Seeking Store Brand Growth
Nancy Frame shares insight on how independent retailers can make their private label products stand apart from other items on store shelves.
Private Label Sales Growth Opens Door to Expand Consumer Loyalty
Mark Field of Prof. Consulting Group discusses the opportunities for retailers to use the current strong consumer demand for private label products to strengthen the connections to where they shop.
Back To The Future: Re-Embracing The Consumer Innovation Economy
Tad Carmody of Ernst & Young offers steps for CPG leaders to win in today's new consumer race.
Store Brands Can Boost Loyalty and Community With a Marketplace Model
Brooke Camov, Chief Corporate and Strategy Officer at Marketplacer, discusses how retailers can leverage private brands through an integrated e-Commerce strategy in our latest Viewpoints guest blog.
Data Coopetition: The Delicate Relationship Between CPGs, Private Labels and Humans
In our latest Viewpoints guest blog, Rachael Hadaway of Symphony RetailAI discusses how retailers and suppliers can better streamline data to better improve operations, including when it comes to private brand selections.
How Brands Can Incorporate Sustainable Flexible Packaging
In our latest Viewpoints guest blog, Sarah Stieby, Fresh-Lock Marketing Manager, describes how retailers can better incorporate sustainable packaging, including for own brand products.
It’s Time to Ditch the Paper: Evolving the Weekly Ad Circular
In our latest Viewpoints guest blog, Shekar Raman, CEO of Birdzi, lays out how retailers can better promote private brands products without traditional paper ad circulars.