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PLMA Releases Schedule For Online Trade Show, March 28-31


The Private Label Manufacturers Association has released the complete program and show schedule for the PLMA Global online private label trade show, March 28-31. 

Among the highlights:  

The Show Floor – PLMA Global provides a convenient and secure platform for retailers from the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia to engage with private label exhibitors from 55 countries. Food, snacks, beverages, health and beauty, household products, kitchenware and other categories are represented. 

Salute To Excellence Award Winners – Interviews with Whole Foods Market, Walmart, Albertsons and Walgreens. All four chains won a PLMA Salute to Excellence award for store brand innovation. PLMA’s Suzanne Caputo gets the stories behind this year’s winning food and non-food products.  

PLMA’s Popular Idea Supermarket – PLMA’s Carol Angrisani and Chavy Dumpé profile store brand products and packaging from chains around the world, including Amazon, CVS, Target, Ulta, Sobeys, Carrefour and Waitrose. 

PLMA Live! News Desk – Morning news reports from PLMA Live! News Desk anchors Jodi Daley and Judith Kolenburg. 

Insights – Hear about the latest surveys and research from dunnhumby, Kerry and IGD.

Industry Experts Speak – Find out about developments in retailing — ranging from food science to changing consumer habits – from industry thought-leaders. 

Among the speakers:  

  • March 29:
    • Rob Moskow-Credit Suisse Equity Research 
    • Sebastiaan Schreijen-Rabobank  
  • March 30:
    • Amanda Lai and Neil Stern-McMillanDoolittle  
    • Krish Thyagarajan-DataWeave  
  • March 31:
    • Genevieve Aronson-NielsenIQ  

To register for the show, click here. To view the full schedule, click here.

The Private Label Manufacturers Association is a non-profit organization founded in 1979 to promote the store brands industry. In addition to annual trade shows in Chicago and Amsterdam, it offers its members annual conferences, executive education and professional development programs, original consumer and market research, as well as digital media platforms.

For more information, visit plma.com.

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