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VIDEO: DSN 18th Annual Industry Issues Summit

BY David Salazar

Some 275 retail and CPG executives descended on the New York Athletic Club in December to talk about the future role the industry can play in chronic care management, how companies can embrace technology to better serve customers and patients and where the industry is headed at the 18th annual DSN Industry Issues Summit.

Hear from:
    •    Chris Dimos, McKesson
    •    Jocelyn Konrad, Rite Aid
    •    Ted Peterson , CPG Linkages
    •    Alison Castillo, Unilever
    •    And more …

To read the transcripts:
Industry Issues Summit: Chronic Care Roundtable 2017

To inquire about registration, speaking opportunities, and sponsorships, contact Eric Savitch at [email protected] or (856) 489-3336.

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Unilever to conduct review of strategic options

BY Brian Berk

LONDON — Following word Kraft Heinz would no longer pursue an acquisition of the company, Unilever announced Wednesday it will conduct a comprehensive review of options available to “accelerate delivery of value for the benefit of our shareholders.”

“The events of the last week have highlighted the need to capture more quickly the value we see in Unilever,” Unilever said in a statement. “We expect the review to be completed by early April, after which we will communicate further.”

Unilever is known for many well-known brands, including Axe, Dove, Hellman’s, Klondike and Lipton. 

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Coty taps Nigel Stokes to head global trade spend, investment

BY David Salazar
NEW YORK — Coty is looking to an industry veteran to head its global trade spend and investment, as well as the customer management for its three divisions worldwide. Nigel Stokes will be joining Coty as global VP customer planning and investments, sales, the company announced Tuesday. 
 
“Nigel is a highly respected leader in commercial strategy and trade marketing,” Coty CEO Camilo Pane said. “His global experience and transformation management expertise will be invaluable in executing our business strategy and driving the ongoing success of our brands with our key trading partners around the world.” 
 
Stokes, who has more than 15 years of experience in trade marketing and sales, joins Coty from Reckitt Benckiser, where he was global VP sales, working to develop RB’s commercial strategy. Prior to that, Stokes was global trade marketing director for RB’s health Portfolio, a role in which he was responsible for developing commercial strategy and execution for such leading brands as Durex, Scholl (Amope) and Nurofen across more than 30 countries. Before that, he led commercial strategy on such global brands as Finish and Vanish from Australia. 
 
“It’s an extremely exciting time to be joining Coty,” Stokes said. “I look forward to playing my role in this talented and passionate team, and to being part of the next chapter of the company’s growth and history.” 
 

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