In the effort to help prevent the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak to keep spreading, we will implement virtual ONLINE Category Management workshops of the upcoming weeks across the world. This measure will help us reduce the risk of spreading any illness to our communities, while continue supporting our clients to be ready to face and unlock more retail landscape opportunities. We will rely upon technology to keep a good learning online environment for all participants.
This interactive online session with live discussions, Q&A and tests is designed to teach you how to apply a more shopper-centric approach to your Category Management process.
The topics covered include, a shopper-centric framework that will walk you through shopper segmentation types, shopping missions, channel choice, store clustering, decision trees, category opportunities, shopper needs, evaluation, creating insights to reflect them in the in-store tactics like assortment, merchandising, price and promotions.
Learn to apply a shopper-centric approach to your category management process.
WHO CAN ATTEND?
Participants should have basic knowledge of the Category Management Process.
Retailers: Category Managers, Buyers, Merchandising Heads, Shopper Marketing, Space and Range Planners and their teams.
Manufacturers/Suppliers/ Distributors: Marketing Managers, Brand Managers, Customer/Trade Marketing Managers, Key Accounts Managers, Category Managers and their teams.
WORKSHOP FEE & DETAILS:
960€ + VAT, 2nd Participant from the same company -10%. Group discounts apply.
Comprehensive course materials, case studies and individual certificates.
For more information and registration, please contact:
Saulius Stirbys, Sales Effectiveness Leader – Baltics, +370 614 20565
DAY 1: 09:00 – 12:00 & 14:00 – 17:00
- Introduction – Why Shopper-Centric
- Opportunities arising from improved shopper understanding
- Category Management recap
- Key principles of Category Management
- How do retailers/manufacturers collaborate
- Path to Purchase
- Shopper segmentation
- Shopper missions
- Channel/Store choice
- Store Clustering and implications for tactics
- Defining and structuring a category
- How to go beyond quantitative category decision trees
- Defining strategic opportunities and KPIs
- What shopper perception and behaviour should we be influencing
- Which performance criteria to use
- How to generate deep motivational insights about shoppers
DAY 2: 09:00 – 12:00 & 14:00 – 17:00
- Day 1 Review
- Product Range
- Product assortment, placement
- Merchandizing, pricing and promotions
- Which merchandising and in-store theatre principles to apply to help but also influence shoppers at the point of purchase
- How to determine SKU pricing given shopper price awareness and sensitivity
- When to promote
- Which segments to promote
- Which mechanics to choose to achieve the desired behavior change
- Shopper sub-conscious behavior
- How to influence shoppers at the point of purchase without them even noticing
Jana Volovika – Category Management Consulting Leader for East Europe
Jana has more than 10 years of experience in Retail, with expertise starting in store operations, category management to private label development and brand management.
She is specialized in strategy development and execution; shopper and customer insights as well as sustainability and corporate responsibility topics within current retail setup are among her particular interests.
Jana delivers a series of training workshops with an integrated perspective that combines manufacturing, retailing and use of Big Data. She leads Nielsen Category Management Consulting for the EE region.