Leadership and Strategy
Target continues to invest in building capacity to meet guest demand—an approach that utilizes the company’s stores-as-hubs strategy and growing sortation center network. Target’s sortation centers help drive speed, productivity and cost efficiency to improve the guest experience. Hear from Target’s Chief Supply Chain & Logistics Officer Gretchen McCarthy on how Target’s stores-as-hubs strategy and guest-centered supply chain capabilities are bringing next-day delivery to more Target guests.
Having responded with innovation and agility to the headwinds of the last three years, how will North American grocers deal with the continued fallout, now exacerbated by inflation and geopolitical uncertainty? Will the current dynamics that have seen a squeeze on growth capital, a surge in private label, higher slotting fees, and stagnant labor growth, have a long-term impact. And how will grocers respond?
Shifting spending patterns and global events are causing consumers to reprioritize their lives – from how they shop to how they experience life. Customers expect more than ever from brands, and brands need more ways to attract them. We’ll discuss how to help future proof connections to shoppers that have long lasting implications.
Shein and Temu have been two of the most successful US consumer brand launches in recent history. Both share some common tactics as well as some distinctive differences. This session will provide an overview of their success and the tactics they used to achieve that success. With a focus on what existing brands can learn to apply to their own marketing efforts. You’ll leave with a better understanding of one of the most significant evolutions of the US market, and specific strategies you can employee to accelerate growth of your own brands.