04 Apr VIDEO: Consumer Goods Revenue Management Forum
CONSUMER GOODS REVENUE MANAGEMENT FORUM, MARCH 2018
Exceedra are delighted to share the success of the Consumer Goods Revenue Management Forum, which took place on March 21st 2018 in Central London.
The forum provided a day dedicated to discussing the role that price and promotion play in driving and achieving profitable growth in the consumer goods sector.
See what our customers & delegates had to say about Exceedra & the Consumer Goods Revenue Management Forum:
Now in it’s 3rd year, the forum attracted over 100 delegates from 70+ different consumer goods organizations including: Bacardi, Bayer, Beiersdorf, Birdseye, Coca-Cola, Diageo, Fever Tree, GSK, Greencore, Innocent Drinks, Johnson & Johnson, Kellogg’s, Lucozade Ribena Suntory, Mars, McCain Foods, Nestle, Pernod Ricard, Premier Foods, Reckitt Benckiser, Smithfield Foods, Tilda, Weetabix, William Grant & Sons and many more.
Each year Exceedra endeavour to provide an exciting and experienced line-up of speakers and 2018’s event was no exception. This year, the agenda included speakers from: Simon-Kucher, pladis UK, Richmond Marketing, Bayer, Sentinel Management Consultants and The Whitehouse Consultancy.
Topics covered included:
- Best practices of ensuring your Revenue Management initiative is a cross functional effort
- Impact of Brexit on the Consumer Goods Market
- Pricing: Developments, Challenges & the Outlook for 2018
- How systems ensure Revenue Management learnings are incorporated into Joint Business Planning
- Empowering sales teams to realize the benefits of Revenue Management
Feedback from the 2018 Forum:
The feedback we received from the event was excellent with 100% of delegates saying ‘Yes, they would recommend the forum.’ Please see some comments from delegates below:
“Extremely useful and interesting event”
“Great networking opportunities…it’s nice to know everyone is experiencing the same challenges”
“I would definitely recommend the Revenue Management Forum”
“Very interesting & insightful, good mix of macro & RM subjects”