Future Value Chain 2020 from Consumer Goods Forum


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If 200 industry executives agreed on the trends they are most concerned about, and the strategic objectives they would jointly focus on, what would they be?

The 2020 Future Value Chain Report (download) provides the answers to this question. It truly is a report "for the industry and by the industry”, and we are very pleased to share it with you today.

The “Building Strategies for the New Decade” report summarizes a dozen trends that will impact on our industry over the next ten years. It identifies how, by working together, our industry can position itself to respond to these trends, allowing our businesses to continue to meet the needs of our ever-changing consumers and shoppers.




ECR Europe Forum 2011


If the future of the Fast Moving Consumer Goods industry matters to you, then you should join us in Brussels in 5-6 April for the 2011 ECR Europe Conference & Marketplace.

Under the theme “Meeting the future together”, ECR experts and industry leaders will examine the biggest issues facing us all today, such as:

• sustainability
• shopper trends and best practice
• shrinkage, inventory control and other supply chain matters, and
• how to keep pace with the empowered consumer.

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ECR Baltic Forum 2010


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New ECR Baltic Managing Director chosen



 We are glad to a nnoun ce that a new Managing Director of ECR Baltic has been chosen. Starting from now on Edgars Pentjuss, former GS1 Latvia Project Manager, will be responsible for the organisation management within the Baltic’s, leading the association and its working group activities in accordance with established ECR Baltic strategy. ECR Baltic would like to thank former ECR Baltic Managing Director Anna Zolotarjova for her exceptional effort in establishing and successfuly leading the organization. ECR Baltic wishes all the best to Anna both in her personal and further professional career.

New Category Management Working Group Leader


On the last Category Management group meeting four real-life CatMan projects were presented by group members (Cido, P&G, Nielsen, and GS1 Latvia), offering valuable insights into the challenges and implications of category management projects.

Antra Vītola (Nielsen Company) was elected as the new leader of the Category Management group. ECR Baltic and the CatMan group would like to thank Kaija Kurme (Procter & Gamble) for her achievements as the leader of the working group for the last 3 years.

Next CatMan group meeting will take place in September, 2010.