Innovation and technology isn’t just for the big guys anymore. This April CGT recognized nine standout small-to-mid-sized (SMB) consumer goods companies that use innovative thinking, technology solutions and unique marketing strategies to make an impact at the shelf and stand out at retail. King’s Hawaiian was among those selected. All of the companies featured are under $1 billion in revenue and many are family owned businesses with traditional product offerings. In the case of King’s Hawaiian their product goes back to the 1950s and is focused on old fashioned customer service ideas. But the company is also committed to using cutting-edge technology and innovative approaches to managing its retail relationships and on shelf availability (OSA). The best of both worlds. “King’s began working with RW3 towards the end of last year and have not looked back, breaking sales records from the previous year. King’s has been a phenomenal company to work with and it’s great to see our solutions fit within their aggressive approach to retail,” says Bruce Nagle, CEO and founder of RW3.

 

Read the full list of standouts here!

 

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Seth Nagle, Senior Marketing Manager at RW3 Technologies understands the power of innovation but also its limitations. Attending Salve Regina in New England, starting his career in Silicon Valley, and now living in Austin, Texas; Seth provides a unique tech perspective to a complex CPG and Retail Grocery Industry that is in constant disruption.

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