September 2010 Management Briefing - Innovation in the Drinks Industry

September 2010 Management Briefing - Innovation in the Drinks Industry

This month's management briefing for just-drinks' members looks in depth at how innovation is benefiting the drinks industry around the world.

September 2010 Management Briefing - Innovation in the Drinks Industry – Part I

7 September 2010

Drinks companies, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, have targeted their efforts at the developing markets of the world in recent years. Not only has the trend reaped rewards in terms of sales, but multinationals have been introduced to drinks types and flavours that are new to them.

September 2010 Management Briefing - Innovation in the Drinks Industry – Part II

7 September 2010

A little healthy competition can drive innovation – and often pays off for those who think outside the box. The beverage industry is no exception, and drinks industry awards continue to recognise some of the industry’s most creative ideas.

September 2010 Management Briefing - Innovation in the Drinks Industry – Part III

7 September 2010

The present difficult economic conditions in Europe, North America and Japan are not hugely encouraging for promoting innovation or for the spending of large sums of money on research by drinks manufacturers. It may be a little different for leading brands such as GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Coca-Cola, and Pepsi, but even these are changing their approach.

September 2010 Management Briefing - Innovation in the Drinks Industry – Part IV

7 September 2010

The global carbonated soft drinks market is not the most obvious sector to go seeking innovation in. But as a new report published by just-drinks argues, flavour innovation is expected to be a major driver within the global carbonated beverages market, as consumers demand greater variety in their drinks.

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