The data is in and products with sustainable attributes are driving a disproportionate percentage of growth. IRI teamed with NYU’s Stern Center for Sustainable Business to understand why products with sustainability attributes driving superior growth rates.
The cannabis market is growing fast and creating opportunities for CPG’s who understand the marketplace dynamics. Jessica Lukas with BDS Analytics and IRI’s Carl Edstrom shed light on a category unlike any other.
Leaders and laggards in the CPG world are separated by common themes, according to IRI’s research with Boston Consulting Group. Krishnakumar (KK) Davey, IRI’s President of Strategic Analytics touched on highlights of the seventh annual report and where to obtain the research.
Shopper behaviors are changing at an unprecedented rate and increased visibility into online activities is key to omnichannel success. Sam Gagliardi is SVP of E-Commerce at IRI and weighs in on where e-commerce is headed.
Retailers and CPG’s shopping for enablers of growth discovered an array of solutions at IRI’s Innovation Showcase. Chief Marketing Officer John McIndoe explained why the Showcase was a hub of activity and the appeal of IRI’s Partner Ecosystem.
As the convergence of offline and online shopping accelerates, it’s clear that for today’s consumers, their preferences for the retailers they shop doesn’t just come from what they buy, but more and more its driven by how they buy it.
Convenience stores are among the least-trust brands, while grocers are the highest, according to a new consumer study from InMoment.
Grocers are the most trusted brands, with an average of 37 percent, followed by big-box retailers at 20 percent and C-stores at 8 percent, reported Retail Leader s
Retailers will seek to cap a strong year this holiday season by doubling down on strategies to draw online shoppers into stores, reward their loyalty in new ways and ensure that toys are available at every turn, according to a new report from CBRE.
Shoppers will be spending more this season, and a growing share will be spent online, according to Deloitte’s 33rd annual holiday survey.
Celebrating the season with others – including entertaining at home and socializing away from home – accounts for 40 percent, or $611, of survey respondents’