Re-Imagine Retail & Consumer Goods Executive Series
Due to the COVID-19 developments customer shopping behavior is changing and there are many disruptions retails and CPG’s have to deal with. The need for supply chain transparency and ability to take quick actions based on real time data is growing. Agility and flexibility are critical to manage disruption and changing demands. Learn from how other companies in the world like McDonalds, are learning from the current crisis and prepare for the new normal. IN this webinar, our speakers address Chinese Retail COVID-19, best practices in China and Europe for consumer goods and retail and how to prepare for the next normal.
- Latest trends & impact on supply chain
- How you can transform your cost optimized Supply Chain into a nimble, resilient, sustainable, Customer centric e2e business.
- How AI can greatly help you achieving this.
- Real Business Continuity success stories coming from COVID-19 disruption.
Carlo Moretti has over over 20 years of experience helping companies with digital transformation in manufacturing and consumer goods. His passion is innovation, leveraging data and technology focused on operations and supply chain.
Noah Herschman has been involved in ecommerce since its inception in the mid-1990s and has held leadership positions at Amazon, eBay, Groupon and DH Gate. Noah also has 20 years of offline retail experience with 17 years in senior management at Tweeter, once the US’ largest chain of electronics specialty stores; and was also Chief Merchant for Staples China. Currently Noah is a Senior Industry Architect for Microsoft. Noah currently lives in Hong Kong and has been living, studying and working in China since 2010.
Laura Nuhaan (Host)
Laura Nuhaan is passionate about innovation and the opportunities of tech. She is the Western European Lead for Retail & Consumer goods for Microsoft Enterprise Services helping companies and executives taking full advantage of digital opportunities aligning business & IT to accelerate execution from vision to value. Laura has a background in sales & marketing, author of Social Selling, and worked 10 years in Silicon Valley. She holds a degree in Business Economics.