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Rebalancing Resources

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Rebalancing Resources. Explores the effectiveness of the category and shopper marketing discipline within the CPG sector (Release date - January 2020)

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Introducing the BRSCx, a SaaS engineered enterprise platform developed to deliver category management and shopper marketing resources online.

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Often the starting point to such work is a frank appraisal of the current situation and then the creation of a roadmap to upskill the organisation.

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Big River Solutions have repeatedly proved to be the perfect partner when challenged with maintaining a category leadership position is a dynamic segment, impacted by rapid changes in consumer tastes and competitive actions.

Paul Gordon - VP Strategy (Europe), Sales and Marketing, Coca-Cola Enterprises.
25Category Captaincies delivered
2000Delegates trained
50Category Visions

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  When we here at Big River Solutions think of all the benefits of being in our business, we quickly think of our relationships with great customers like you. Thank you for giving us the chance to do what we enjoy.

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Empowerment has become a cliche

Empowerment has become a cliche and has fallen out of favour to be replaced by hesitation and fear of failure.  This has lead to a culture we like to call unmaking. Its that time in the corporate space continuum where nothing changes despite the rate of decisions made, increasing. The net result is that business […]