Starting with the end in mind: agile food innovation at Hain Celestial
In times of disruption organisations need to be agile in adapting to changing demands. How can food businesses innovate their processes, prioritise new ideas, and build customer-centric agile innovation pipelines?
In this Table Talk Podcast, in partnership with Sopheon, we join Hain Celestial and Sopheon to find out how food companies can successfully implement processes, approaches and tools to support agile innovation and new product development. Joining in this lively discussion are Jeff George, Senior Vice President, R&D, The Hain Celestial Group, Brad Eby, Client Executive, Sopheon, and Iain King, Global Enterprise Services Leader, Sopheon.
About Hain Celestial
The Hain Celestial Group (NASDAQ: HAIN), headquartered in Lake Success, NY, is a leading organic and natural products company with operations in North America, Europe and India.
The company’s purpose is to create and inspire A Healthier Way of Life™. Their mission is to be the leading marketer, manufacturer, and seller of organic and natural better-for-you products.
The company is committed to growing sustainably while continuing to implement environmentally sound business practices and manufacturing processes.
Sopheon partners with customers to provide complete Enterprise Innovation Management (EIM) solutions including software, expertise, and best practices. The company has operating bases in the United States, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands and Germany, with distribution, implementation and support channels worldwide. Sopheon (LSE: SPE) is listed on the AIM Market of the London Stock Exchange.
Sopheon’s Accolade is a cross-functional collaborative decision-support software that helps intelligently navigate business and product innovation in our fast-moving, digital economy. Rich in embedded best practices, Accolade becomes the single source of truth that ensures innovation execution is aligned with corporate strategies. It gives business leaders the visibility and transparency needed to understand the future impacts of today’s decisions.