Most Read Content of 2022
The year 2022 will soon be in the rearview mirror, but the lessons learned will linger far into the new year. Whether tackling supply chain challenges and technology disruptions, or rolling out loyalty programs and other data-driven customer acquisition programs, or creating sustainability initiatives, consumer products and retail companies deployed multi-strategies to help them adjust to a competitive environment.
The articles listed below highlight many of the big issues and trends of 2022 — and provide a glimpse into the exciting future ahead for the industry in the new year.
- Clean Money is a Click Away: The Money Laundering Risks of E-Commerce
- What do retailers and money launderers have in common? They both love e-commerce!
- Buy Now, Pay Later…and Gear Up for More Regulation
- Move over, layaway — the buy-now-pay-later trend is taking over. And the best part is, retailers love it.
- Infographic: 2022 and 2031 Consumer Products and Services Top Risks
- Supply chain, tech disruptions and labor shortages! The list of top risks facing CPG and retail organizations in 2022 was long and daunting. Click here to learn about how industry executives’ perceptions about risks have changed heading into 2023.
- Is Your Loyalty Program Compliant With CCPA?
- Do you want to save 15% on a new product or service? Loyalty programs are everywhere, but are they compliant?
- Winning at the Retail Supply Chain Game
- Refuse to lose — here’s how to make sure your supply chain is something worth betting on.
- Achieving the “Endless Aisle” With Intelligent Supply Chain Systems
- No end in sight — retailers that achieve the endless aisle will emerge as tomorrow’s supply chain leaders.
- Webinar on Demand |ESG in the Consumer Goods and Retail Industries: Check Your Supply Chain
- ESG matters more than ever, so make your supply chain no exception.
- The Guide to Technology Modernization and Transformation
- There’s no I in TEAM. Practical tips for leadership to collaborate on technology modernization.
- Apparel Company’s “Instagram Project”
- 7.5 septillion: The number of gigabytes of data generated by businesses daily. Find out how one company is harnessing all this data.
- Employees and customers 2030: What’s in store with John Hartmann, COO of Bed Bath & Beyond
- There’s no crystal ball, but Bed Bath & Beyond is thinking about the future.