It is easy to become numb to the reality behind the topics we work around on a daily basis. Especially when our interactions take place through a digital medium or are removed from the individuals on the front line.
26 February, 2021
Supply chain data collection is becoming an increasingly important capability for retailers, consumer brands and large manufacturers so that they can provide the product and supply chain transparency that the market demands at the pace required.
13 February, 2021
In 2019, the Government set out new legislation placing stricter requirements on pre-packaged foods to carry a full list of ingredients - known as ‘Natasha’s Law’. Natasha’s Law follows the tragic death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, the teenager who...
06 October, 2020
Fashion: notoriously one of the richest, most fast paced industries within retail. However operationally, the fashion industry comes up against many challenges. From the environmental impacts and poor working conditions of “fast fashion” to the way...
25 September, 2020
It is fair to say that back in 2019, Brexit dominated the news. The same is said for 2018. It is hard to believe but we probably all wish it had been in 2020 too. Because that means we wouldn’t have been in the grip of a global pandemic, but clearly...
14 September, 2020
At S4RB we talk a lot about one team. The importance of retail own brand teams and their own brand suppliers working together, around one view of product performance and one mission to deliver success.
08 September, 2020
Supplier engagement. You might be thinking to yourself, what exactly is that? With it being my first week as a marketing intern for S4RB, I’ve exhausted all notions surrounding supplier engagement and what it is exactly; but if I were to simplify...
04 September, 2020
Let’s talk online learning. It comes as no surprise that online learning is one of the hot topics right now. With many people searching for a new outlet for fulfilment during lockdown and the restrictions of work-related gatherings, we have seen a...
21 August, 2020
Private brands need to be agile. It is no longer commercially viable for new product development to take forty or fifty weeks. There is the need to be more responsive to competition, customer demand and customer trends. We have seen this more than...
27 July, 2020
In the past, Velocity (hosted by My Private Brand) was a great place to connect with the rest of the Private Brands industry.
23 July, 2020
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