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Liana Ellis

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Liana Ellis

Project Manager | CPG | Healthcare | Sales | Business Process & Supply Chain Mgmt.

Joined 03/01/2017

Summary

Innovative and progressive Project Manager and Business Consultant providing value and business improvement processes within the healthcare, consumer packaged goods and alcoholic beverage industries.

Passionate and driven to achieve results for any CPG and/or healthcare companies. Strengths include strategic business development strategies incorporating Project Management methodologies for new product introductions, package development initiatives, business development and business analysis.

Project Management: Was accredited with introducing multiple new product introductions for the alcoholic beverage industries, ex. Polar Ice Vodka, CC, CC Classic, Wiser's Deluxe and many others. Extensive experience leading cross-functional teams on new product introductions and packaging initiatives concept to production. Expertise in all package development processes including design, procurement, production and quality assurance.

Supply Chain Management: Executed the strategic sourcing/supply chain plans for global companies to deliver savings and improve revenue.

Operational Management and Continuous Improvement: Ensuring operational efficiencies are obtained from the outset of the project in order to ensure customer value throughout the process.

Strong analytical thinker with ability to manage and overcome obstacles to achieve end results.

Professional designations include Certified Associate Project Manager (CAPM) and Certified Purchasing Practitioner (CPP). Looking for new opportunities.

Technological skills: Microsoft Office Suite (Projects, Word, Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, Visio)

Contact info: lianaellis100@gmail.com
416-660-8523
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Level: LEVEL 02 (12mo pts: 45 pts)

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Lifetime points: 325 pts

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Project Manager, Supply Chain | CPG | Operations at Ellis Management & Consulting Services
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  • Feb 2021

    Participated in a Sprint: "Driving Value by Optimizing Product Portfolio and Packaging for Kingsford"

  • Mar 2018 - Jun 2022

    Facilitated a KnowledgeStream™: "Exploring the Future of Orthotic Design and Testing"

  • 19 Feb 2018

    Answered a question on OpenForum: "Immune System"

  • 19 Feb 2018

    Answered a question on OpenForum: "What does "natural products" mean to you?"

  • 19 Feb 2018

    Answered a question on OpenForum: "Obesity Prevention"

  • 24 Jan 2018

    Answered a question on OpenForum: "Small Business Competiveness"

  • Mar 2017 - Jun 2017

    Participated in a KnowledgeStream™: "Breakthrough Innovations in Smart Packaging"

  • May 2017

    Participated in a Sprint: "Breakthrough Tech in Personal Care"

  • Apr 2017 - Jun 2022

    Facilitated a KnowledgeStream™: "Trends in Podiatry Practices & Orthotics"


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Driving Value by Optimizing Product Portfolio and Packaging for Consumer Products
Lower cost by identifying opportunities to improve the benefit/complexity ratio of the current product portfolio.
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Exploring the Future of Orthotic Design and Testing
Looking to learn about orthotics, specifically understand the various schools of thought used in designing and testing orthotics for delivery of benefits with respect to comfort and pain relief
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Breakthrough Tech in Personal Care
Breakthrough plastic technology now allows aerosols and mousse to move out of the metal can. This could have implications in product performance, footprint, presentation, ingredients, and user experience. Experts from a range of disciplines will convene over 4 days to identify and prioritize benefits that could be achieved in the antiperspirant and deodorant market.
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Trends in Podiatry Practices & Orthotics
Around 80% of dermatologists dispense products to their patients, whereas only 15-20% of podiatrists do so. As we seek to potentially create a new brand around Foot Health & Wellness, how might we leverage podiatrists to educate and sell directly to consumers in a way that is profitable for both them and us? Should we start with one segment of podiatry vs. another (ex. sports medicine vs. general podiatry)? Which segment gets the lion's share of the patients and the money?
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Breakthrough Innovations in Smart Packaging
What new technologies are people using in smart packaging and smart devices in the FMCG health category? Pertains to: foot care, dermatology, suncare, nutrition, cough and cold

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