SKU Ninja + WhyteSpyder's Eric Howerton and Brooke McNeely are gearing up to attend The Consumer Goods Forum's Global Summit in Vancouver, Canada! Eric, our co-founder and CEO, will be speaking on the Innovation Flywheel: Wake-Up! Start-Up! Experts Solve Challenges Changing the Way We Do Business panel on Friday, June 12th.
Brooke and Eric were also invited to host one of four booths in the main exhibit hall's Startup-Zone, where they'll be showing off SKU Ninja and sharing experience with other attendees on the changing world of ecommerce and omni-channel shopping.
The Global Summit is the flagship event of the Consumer Goods Forum, a global organization of consumer goods professionals working collaboratively to voice key issues and challenges facing our industry. More than 1,000 CEOs and C-level executives from member companies will be attending this yearly forum, where the global agenda for the consumer goods sector is set.
The theme of this year's summit is Growth Through New Retail, focusing on new ways to collaborate, reach customers, and innovate. We're excited to join our and give our perspective and share the new solutions we're creating with SKU Ninja for ecommerce and digital merchandising.
Innovation Flywheel: Wake-Up! Start-Up! Experts Solve Challenges Changing the Way We Do Business
Friday, June 14, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Speakers: Eric Howerton, CEO, WhyteSpyder Sastry Penumarthy, Co-Founder / VP, Punchh John Brahim, CEO and AI Business Architect, Maistering Mehdi Daoudi, CEO and Co-Founder, Catchpoint Ruediger Hagedorn, Director, End-to-End Value Chain, The Consumer Goods Forum
Check out the panel, and come see us at Stand 12 in the Tech-Zone!
From the Consumer Goods Forum: Our annual Global Summit is the CGF flagship event exclusively reserved for CEOs and C-level executives from our member companies. It is the place where retailers, manufacturers and their services providers come to discuss future business trends, network and share knowledge and best-practices for overcoming today’s most pressing challenges.