Across three jam-packed days, influential leaders from across the consumer goods and retail industries convened to discuss the landscape of analytics and the powerful role it is playing in innovation, talent, and business growth. Here’s what several attendees had to say.
Influential leaders from across the consumer goods and retail industries convened in Chicago for Analytics Unite 2022, the premier networking and educational event discussing the landscape of analytics and the powerful role it is playing in innovation, talent, and business growth.
Kroger VP Jamie Lancaster, Kalindi Mehta of The Estee Lauder Companies, and Josh Blacksmith of Kimberly-Clark, came together to talk about how having a truly consumer-centric approach to data changes how retailers and CG companies operate.
The VP IBS global data and analytics at Mondelez International challenged the audience of Analytics Unite last week to examine the role that the ego plays in leadership — in order to unify the role of analytics teams to drive greater value for the industry.
Last week, Seemantini Godbole of Lowe's; Jo O'Hazo of Giant Eagle; and more, took the stage at Analytics Unite to explore how to recruit talent and cultivate the analytic skills companies require from their tech teams.
Maria Macuare Larez, VP IBS Global Data & Analytics, Mondelez, will lead a session at Analytics Unite: The Summit for Retail and Consumer Brands to answer what's the needed type of leadership to guide teams into an exciting future.
Joe Wright, senior director, integrated business planning at Kellogg, takes the lead at this Analytics Unite workshop, challenging you with a series of curveball questions about today's integrated business planning practice. Learn more.
Learn how the Shoe Carnival and Shoe Station parent transformed its promotional model into a “highly profitable, personalized digital-first approach" and why its modernized stores are tapping digital elements.