On September 28th, the Trexin team joined Crain's Middle Market Breakfast at The Standard Club in Chicago. The panel included leaders from Cards Against Humanity, McGrath Acura, Honda, Hyundai and Kia, Neiman Brothers Company, and Portillo's Hot Dogs.
Our Client, a category-leading consumer packaged goods company with a strong brand, was beginning to experience sales erosion and retailer attrition. A new executive team surmised this was partially due to ineffective retailer collaboration, exemplified by their inability to present retail partners with a fact-based selling case grounded by<span. . .
This article was published by Fortune Magazine on December 15, 2014. ‘Tis the season . . . for cyber-breaches, identity theft and a big percentage of the annual losses that run to nearly $25 billion from those crimes in the U.S. alone. U.S. retail websites were attacked 547 times per. . .
A prolonged decline in sales at a $2B international retailer that led to the replacement of its CEO focused the executive team’s attention on the root causes of deteriorating performance and financial results. Two leading indicators (employee retention and customer satisfaction) were significantly