Fobi Announces Roundtable Webinar with Procter & Gamble, Target and The Coupon Bureau
The Roundtable Webinar to be held on March 17th at 1pm EST will focus on the impact of the new 8112 Universal Standard Coupons on Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Brands and Retailers
Fobi AI Inc. (FOBI:TSXV) (FOBIF:OTCQB) (the “Company” or “Fobi”), a leading data intelligence company using artificial intelligence to help clients turn real-time data into actionable insights and personalized customer engagement is pleased to announce a roundtable webinar where coupon industry leaders will share their perspectives on how the new 8112 Universal Coupons impact Brands and Retailers.
- Michael Loyson, Senior Brand Director Procter & Gamble (P&G)
- Mary Oster, Retailer Co-chair of the Joint Industry Council
- Brandi Johnson, CEO of The Coupon Bureau (TCB)
- Eddy Watson, President of Qples by Fobi
Topics for the Roundtable will include:
– Who is involved in this new coupon standard initiative?
– What are the top benefits for retailers?
– What are the top benefits for brands?
– What can brands and stakeholders do to help facilitate retailer adoption?
– What new capabilities can Universal Coupons bring to brand executions?
The Coupon Bureau CEO Brandi Johnson stated, “The new 8112 Universal Standard Coupons deliver a far superior customer experience by enabling coupon redemption through mobile phones and they also significantly reduce the impact of coupon fraud for Brands and Retailers. Hearing about this directly from 2 of the key people in the industry who are making it happen right now will be invaluable for anyone involved with coupons and retail promotions.”
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Fobi CEO Rob Anson stated, “We are honoured to be joined by both industry leading retailers and brands to discuss the shift and benefits of digital transformation with the new 8112 universal coupon standard. We are well positioned with Qples to act as the gateway for retailers and brands as they transition from current industry practices and move towards the next evolution for digital and verified standard of 8112.”