Key Opinion from FMCG Professionals - Inside FMCG
While the cashless shopping experience is seen by many as the future of retail, some have taken issue with the inaccessibility of the service.
A leading employer group said it strongly opposes the introduction of criminal penalties for wage underpayments.
As automation and AI changes the business landscape, smart leaders and organisations are investing in employee experience.
The arguments for a shorter working week include improved productivity, happier employees and better wellbeing, but could it be costly for businesses?
Advertisers who tell a good story can persuade the public of all sorts of things but some messages can be disingenuous and misleading.
Is a nod to your biggest rival a wise move, or is it something that should be reserved for those at the top of their game?
With the imminent arrival of Kaufland, Australian supermarkets are feeling the pull towards consistent pricing and everyday better value to stay competitive.
Are consumers ready for festive products in supermarkets?
The history of what – and who – businesses serve reveals that this is an age-old debate, which has raged since the dawn of modern day capitalism.
New Zealand pizza chain warned that its advertising of a “burger pizza” was likely to mislead consumers.