Tweets, blogs, podcasts, Facebook… we communicate with each other in our everyday lives in ways we never dreamed of a few years ago.
But how do our customers communicate with us? Or to be precise, how would they like to? And what are we in our businesses doing about it?
At our ECR Europe conference next May we will examine how the digital age is shaping our industry now and how we can take advantage of it. And we are not just talking about clicks and bricks. How is the latest technology and thinking impacting on all kinds of core business issues from marketing to data privacy and the supply chain?
Find out next May when we consider… ECR: The next generation.
IGD is dedicated to the development of the food and grocery industry and committed to the needs of its consumers. At the heart of everything we do is one key objective – to make a difference. In this impact report we tell you our story for 2010. How we have been acting as a catalyst for change across our charitable programmes, particularly through our people development and industry initiatives.
More than 50 case-studies of joint projects of retail chains and manufacturers were included in the program: category management improvement, supply chain optimization, OOS and shrinkage reduction, targeting the consumer, etc.
The special sessions were devoted to EDI and master-data management, electronic documents an e-invoices.
Speakers: Auchan, Arla Foods, Coca-Cola, Danone, Diageo, Dixy, Ferrero, Johnson&Johnson, Kesko, Kimberly-Clark, Kraft Foods, Lenta, L’Oreal, Metro Cash & Carry, Nestle, P&G, PepsiCo, Rosnano, Svyaznoy, Unilever, Wimm-Bill-Dann, X5 Retail Group.
The speakers at Plenary sessions:
- Ludovic Holinier, Auchan,
- Stephen Schueler, Procter&Gamble,
- David Stere, Kraft Foods,
- Angelo Turati, Metro Cash&Carry,
- Nigel Bagley, Unilever
- Dan Nistor, Coca-Cola (Poland),
- Juhani Jarvi, Kesko (Finland),
- Maximilian Musselius, ECR Russia.
Company profile: retail – 32%, FMCG – suppliers – 43%, IT-providers – 2%, logistics – 7%, finance – 4%, services – 6%, state officials – 1%, marketing & surveys – 2%, media – 1%;
The document outlines the guidelines and policies used by Indicod-Ecr to avoid negative consequences to member companies’ businesses and reputations and to ensure their ability to participate without incident in the work groups and governance bodies of the association.
On May 18th ECR Poland is organising ECR Supply Forum Meeting.
As proposed on the last Supply Forum Meeting, the „unloading efficiency” topic will be at main concern. The report from the workgroup activity will be presented and the Forum will move on with further developments. As their homework the workgroup was supposed to state the main problems in unloading process. The summary of the results of these questionnaires will be presented and the Forum will decide about further steps in this project.
This time ECR Supply Forum Meeting will be joined with KASSTETTS Project conference. KASSETTS project starts the initiative for optimizing and improving transnational logistic traffic. Within this project The Institute for Transport and Logistics Foundation in Poznan, together with seven European partners belonging to the Central Europe territories, have launched an initiative to establish European ICT network to optimize and improve transnational logistic traffics of manufacturing companies. During the conference coordinators of the project will present conclusions from their research and the measureable profits of using KASSETTS toolkit.
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The Czech-Slovak ECR Initiative held its The Future Supply Chain Workshop in April and it was great success at all levels – more than 30 executives from retail, production, logistics and consulting companies met to discuss the key streams of the future supply chain processes development.
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