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The CPG Guys Sri & PVSB welcome to this episode Andrew Lipsman, principal analyst at eMarketer where he covers retail and eCommerce. Andrew has a tremendous amount of CPG market research experience with prior work at NPD Group and comScore.
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Andrew and Sri discuss the following topics during the episode:
- NPD, comCcore and then eMarketer. That means you are legitimate CPG analyst. Take us through your career journey of being an industry expert on knowledge. How different is eMarketer?
- Sri first started using eMarketer at Frito-Lay and has been an avid fan since then. Why would a brand use eMarketer given eCommerce and its prevalence these days? What are the key sources for eMarketer data? What methodologies make this reliable for brands and retailers?
- With the rapid growth of eCommerce in 2020, how is eMarketer keeping up with increased demand and what services do ya’ll offer these days?
- Given how 2020 has gone, eMarketer is best qualified to tell us what the penetration of eCommerce is for FMCG. What is really going on? Is there a permanent inflection?
- What kind of industry perspectives do you put out regularly? What can a brand expect when they first interact with eMarketer?
- What is your prediction for 2021 + ? (Andrew’s episode is being released in Feb 2021 - keep this in mind)
- Hacking growth in eCommerce requires a deep focus on numbers - what are the metrics that e commerce would advise a brand to focus on? What sort of data does eMarketer track?
- Can you describe the various forms of content that eMarketer makes available - such as consumer demographics, marketing content and eCommerce penetration, etc? What are the major areas being searched on the platform?
- What is your advice for brands and retailers wishing to significantly advance their journey on digital transformation?
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