Make sense of the current marketplace chaos and chart a new course for your business
A great grocery reset is underway worldwide. Volatile marketplace conditions, shifting consumer demand, e-commerce growth and new regulations such as HFSS, have increased the complexity of the grocery industry. The dynamic demand era is here, and it is forcing grocers to rethink fundamental retail processes such as assortment and space planning.
Join experts from global grocery and CPG leader SymphonyAI and a top analyst from RSR Research as they share a unique perspective on what it takes to serve shoppers and win at the shelf in the dynamic demand era . During this informative and forward-looking webinar, they will reveal the following:
The grocery industry has never been more complex, and the stakes are high to get planning processes right to keep pace with change, grow sales and margins and outpace the competition. Register for this webinar to learn more and position your organization for success in the dynamic demand era.
Learn more about our speakers:
GM & Chief Product Officer, Symphony RetailAI
Cheryl leads product strategy and marketing for Symphony RetailAI. With over 25 years of experience in Retail and FMCG industry, she has a proven track record of business innovation to solve problems and modernize processes. Before joining, Cheryl was President & General Manager for DemandTec and the Chief Strategy & Marketing officer for Revionics. Previously, Cheryl had senior leadership roles at Oracle Retail, Spectra Marketing, i2, Intactix, Nielsen, ems, and Miller Brewing.
Managing Partner, RSR
Brian is a managing partner at Retail Systems Research LLC, who focus on helping companies develop winning strategies with its industry leading research focused on the extended retail industry. Before co-founding RSR in 2007, Brian was President & Chief Executive of Retail Systems Alert Group, a B2B media company focused on the retail ecosystem. Brian was the SVP & CIO at Longs Drug Stores, a $5B enterprise with markets in the U.S. West Coast and Hawaii, from 1993 through 2002.