Companies are beginning to realize there’s more to lose from offending consumers who are aware of how cheap plastic products feed global warming, choke oceans, kill wildlife and — more slowly — threaten us. This is especially the case when it comes to packaging.
Challenge: A fragrance and flavor company wanted to create a foreign trade zone (FTZ) in which it could perform both manufacturing and distribution functions. Due to its many product formulations — and ingredients coming from the U.S. and around the world — tracking inventory was complex. Some incoming ingredients also skipped manufacturing and were sold raw.
Challenge: A global food company was experiencing flat revenue and struggling to increase market share with demanding consumer expectations for ingredients and prices. Financial forecast credibility was debated, and plans were not consolidated. With a projected $100-million profit gap, timely accurate data was difficult to receive.
Cheeses from France, Italy and the Netherlands, wines, Scotch whisky and Greek canned peaches are just some of the European exports whose prices are set to rise in the U.S. after the Trump administration announced new tariffs on billions of dollars of EU products starting Oct. 18.
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 12:00 to Wednesday, November 13, 2019 12:00
Many companies struggle to bring their corporate strategies to fruition. They simply fail to execute. The difference between those companies that execute their strategies and those that do not? Frequently, it is Integrated Business Planning.
Join us to hear about how IBP can help you execute your strategies. You will learn:
How strategy and execution – when linked with IBP – enables companies to outperform their peers.
Ways to more clearly articulate, communicate, and monitor strategy that increase the likelihood of executing those strategies.
How IBP provides a natural mechanism for an enterprise to align and realign strategies with execution.