Food, Beverage and CPG: Organic growth through innovation in 2013

/Food, Beverage and CPG: Organic growth through innovation in 2013

Food, Beverage and CPG: Organic growth through innovation in 2013

Presented by: Bryan Seyfarth, Director Consumer Goods, Sopheon

There are four key areas of the innovation life cycle: innovation planning, idea and concept development, gated process management and portfolio optimization with new emerging practices in each area that leading companies are using to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

Food, beverage and consumer packaged goods professionals are invited to hear new leading practices that should be at the top of their agenda for focusing on organic growth through innovation.

Webinar attendees will learn how to:

  • Define innovation plans that are achievable, well-understood, and that deliver better business results
  • Maximize the value of your front end of innovation by better leveraging the knowledge that already exists across functional "silos" in your
    business
  • Define and implement more flexible gated processes that provide high-quality information to senior decision-makers without overburdening your
    innovation teams
  • Increase the speed and impact of your portfolio decision-making via a practical approach to optimization and scenario analysis

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About the Presenter

Bryan Seyfarth
Bryan SeyfarthDirector Consumer Goods, Sopheon
Bryan is the consumer goods segment leader for Sopheon's Accolade solution suite. Bryan is an acknowledged expert on product development process optimization for consumer goods manufacturers. His perspectives and analysis have appeared in such publications as CGT and Retail Leader, and he is a frequent conference presenter. Bryan has advised consumer goods companies throughout the world on the use of innovation best practices to improve new product output and financial success.
2018-09-13T11:19:23-05:00May 29th, 2013|