Eddie Yoon Added To IDDBA 17 Speaker Lineup

Madison, WI — The International Dairy Deli Bakery Association™ (IDDBA) added Eddie Yoon to the speaker lineup at IDDBA 17. Yoon’s presentation is titled “The Superconsumer Opportunity in Dairy, Deli, and Bakery.” IDDBA 17 runs June 4-6 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, CA.

Learn about the groundbreaking research IDDBA has undertaken as Eddie Yoon talks about superconsumers in the fresh categories of cheese, prepared foods, dairy, deli, and bakery. Yoon will answer questions such as the following:

1.       What are superconsumers worth to your business?

2.       What are superconsumers’ unmet needs and how can IDDBA members and retailers win with them?

3.       How can innovating on superconsumer needs drive category growth?

Yoon, growth strategist, has helped many clients build annual profitable growth that totals over $1 billion in sales over the last 20 years. His successful business tactics and growth strategies have helped clients in the consumer packaged goods and durable goods markets. Yoon’s expertise and research has helped market leaders create innovative categories and increase category growth.

As a regular writer and expert for Harvard Business Review, Yoon shares his breadth of knowledge and thoughts on superconsumers and creating new categories.

Earlier this year, Yoon authored Superconsumers: A Simple, Speedy, and Sustainable Path to Superior Growth. He describes who constitutes a superconsumer, how to find the superconsumers in your category, and how to drive growth with this knowledge. Yoon shares a framework companies can use to leverage their best consumers to even better consumers.

About IDDBA:  IDDBA is a nonprofit membership organization serving the dairy, deli, bakery, cheese, and supermarket foodservice industries. Member companies enjoy many benefits and services including the annual seminar and expo, leading-edge research, training programs, management tools, and an annual trends report. For more information contact IDDBA at 608-310-5000 or visit iddba.org.

Source: IDDBA