The Path to Purchase Institute's monthly "Retail Intel" webinar series has returned for a second year.
Tapping into the vast content database available to members on p2pi.org, the Institute’s editors give consumer products professionals monthly 45-minute briefings on the strategies and tactics driving success (or failure) at today’s leading retail chains.
The 2020 series has covered Walmart, Walgreens, Kroger, Albertsons, Amazon, The Home Depot and Lowe's, CVS Pharmacy, Ahold Delhaize, and examined effective responses to the COVID-19 crisis across the industry (now available on demand). It will continue in October with an updated look at Walgreens. Executive editor of Path to Purchase IQ, Tim Binder, will be joined by content partner Great Northern In-Store, a leading designer and manufacturer of merchandising solutions at retail with a wealth of experience in retail marketing and merchandising. You can register here.
You can also use the links below to listen to recent completed webinars on demand, and Institute members receive access to the deck from each webinar.
During each Retail Intel webinar, attendees:
- Gain a quick review of the retailer’s footprint and market position.
- Examine reports on recent business moves (launches, acquisitions, restructurings) that will impact the company’s strategic direction.
- Review recent examples of marketing and merchandising programs that illustrate the way the retailer is engaging with shoppers.
- Discover what all of the above means for CPGs who need to work with this key retailer.
Institute members receive access to the presentation deck, along with unlimited access to an ever-growing library of articles, images, case studies, research and other business intelligence designed to help industry professionals better understand the increasingly complex consumer goods marketplace.
Intel on Demand:
Ahold Delhaize: On Demand
CVS: On Demand
Amazon: On Demand
Retail Roundup 2020: On Demand
Home Depot vs. Lowe's 2020: On Demand
Albertsons 2020: On Demand
Kroger, March 2020: On Demand
Walgreens, February 2020: On Demand
Walmart, January 2020: On Demand
Target, December 2019: On Demand
Amazon, November 2019: On Demand
Albertsons, October 2019: On Demand
Lowe’s, September 2019: On Demand
CVS, August 2019: On Demand