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2022 Grocery Deep Dive: What’s Changed and Who’s Thriving

About This Webinar

In Partnership with Placer.ai

The grocery industry has ridden a wave of sales growth since 2020, but inflation, labor and supply-chain pressures, and more are keeping the waters choppy for retailers in 2022. Which economic and consumer trends are likely to most profoundly affect the industry moving forward? How are grocery’s established players positioning themselves to thrive? How are new players disrupting the space?

Join us as we leverage the latest location analytics to break down the biggest trends affecting the grocery sector and its biggest players.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
VP of Marketing, Placer.ai
Ethan Chernofsky is the VP of marketing at Placer.ai, having led the company's marketing since its inception. Before his tenure at Placer, Ethan was director of corporate marketing at digital intelligence company SimilarWeb and vice president at Headline Media.
Webinar hosting presenter
Executive Editor, Winsight Grocery Business
Christine LaFave Grace has been a B2B writer and editor for more than 15 years, with experience covering the foodservice, healthcare and manufacturing industries. She was an editor at Technomic for two years before joining Putman Media as managing editor of Plant Services magazine in 2015. At Putman, Christine co-founded and served as lead writer for the Influential Women in Manufacturing recognition program and the Manufacturing Tomorrow’s Workforce podcast. She joined WGB as an editor in 2020, covering Walmart, Target, Midwestern regional grocers and economic/labor trends, and was promoted to senior editor in January 2022.
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Winsight webinar platform hosts 2022 Grocery Deep Dive: What’s Changed and Who’s Thriving
Winsight delivers connections and intelligence to four of the fastest-growing verticals—convenience retailing, grocery businesses, restaurants and noncommercial foodservice—through broad and cutting-edge platforms. No company is better positioned to meet the food industry’s needs than Winsight.
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