Programs and Solutions for Consumer Packaged Goods

Programs and Solutions for Consumer Packaged Goods.

We partner with top universities to develop solutions and programs for CPG teams and organizations. Build the skills to launch a digital transformation, boost sustainability efforts, and mitigate the risks of supply chain disruptions.

Build Skills to Drive Key Outcomes

Give employees at all levels the skills to better meet consumer needs in the digital age; enhance Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) efforts; and more.

Leveraging Digital and Data

Explore the consumer shift to digital and omnichannel shopping and how consumer data can drive business decisions.

Prioritizing Sustainability and Diversity

Execute on your ESG commitments and create action plans to align brand values with those of investors and consumers.

Being Proactive and Mitigating Risk

Prepare employees for potential disruptions to supply, demand, operations, and finance, as well as cybersecurity risks.

Our Solutions

We customize solutions to align with company’s needs, whether to offer education as a benefit, undergo transformation, or develop employee skills.

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Build the skills your employees need to launch an organizational transformation.

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Offer access to 200+ university courses in critical fields like data, technology, and leadership.

We understand the challenges your company faces, and our programs and solutions for employees in the consumer packaged goods industry are designed to solve them.

Areas of focus include:

  • Digital transformation
  • Digital marketing
  • Sustainability
  • Cybersecurity
  • Transformational leadership


of CPG shoppers use digital channels when shopping for inspiration, browsing, research, or purchase.

Source: Google/Deloitte


Minimum expected value creation for the CPG industry by 2023 with the application of digital and data analytics.

Source: Google Cloud


of CPG executives say their organizations will likely invest heavily in sustainability innovation in the next year.

Source: Deloitte

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