The Economic Times FMCG Summit attracts a fantastic mix of industry-expert speakers.
The conference is themed ‘Navigating the New Normal’ and will delve into business continuity plans, packaging, supply chain and distribution, retail, innovation, customer experience, rural strategy, omni-channel and e-commerce.
Join us for the season’s biggest virtual meeting of stalwarts from the FMCG and Consumer Durables segment in India.
The FMCG industry has undergone a protracted consumption slowdown and faces what looks like a tedious path to recovery. Business leaders must keep looking ahead to invest in ways of working that will help engineer getting back to double digit growth through a rapid penetration increase, culminating in serving more consumers more completely. In order to enable business leaders overcome the enormous challenges being faced by the FMCG Sector due to a protracted consumption slowdown and weakening consumer sentiment, the ET FMCG Virtual Summit will serve as a platform for ideation, knowledge-sharing and solutions generator.
Who Should Attend?
Who Should Attend?
CXOs, Chief Sales Officers, Digital Transformation Heads, Chief Marketing Officers and Heads of all functions from:
- Supply Chain & Logistics Solutions
- Technology Solution Providers
- Packaging Companies
- Cold Chain Solutions
- Food Safety and Hygiene Solutions
- Food Processing Companies
- Retail Chains & e-Commerce
- Food Testing Labs
- Customer Experience (CX) Consultancies
CMO, Consumer Business
“Remote working, is here to stay. Upskilling and capability building, will be needed to adjust to the heightened digital work system.”
“Covid-19 is testing the mettle of organisations while also being a strong catalyst for change. It’s provided companies an impetus to accelerate some of their plans to better navigate the #NewNormal and retool their business making them future ready.”
As large parts of India begin the difficult journey of Unlocking and Reopening of the Economy, the market for skin and personal care products is very slowly coming back to the pre-pandemic levels.
Chairman & Managing Director
“Every dark cloud comes with a silver lining and amidst the covid cloud the silver lining has been the booster dose given by the government and the latest one what I call chapter 3.O of post covid reforms the Hon. Finance Minister has announced has been like a cherry on the cake.”