Coca-Cola uses pandemic as catalyst for change,’ excuse to spring clean’ innovation pipeline

The Coca-Cola Co. is trying to make the best of a bad situation by using the pandemic, which had decimated its revenues with the closure of public places, as a catalyst for change” to drive out some of the bureaucracy,” refocus on local opportunities and shorten its innovation tail.

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