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1 MEMA Regional Forum 2012 Amman, October 3 rd, 2012

2 © 2012 GS1 Agenda GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities OGSM 2012/2013 Update GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities (Details) 1.Strengthen The Core 2.Become a Key Player in the Connected World (internet) 3.Winning and Engaging New Strategic Sectors 4.Step Change Brand Awareness 5.Continue Developing a World Class, Interdependent Organization GS1 Management Board The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF) 2

3 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities

4 © 2012 GS1 Top 5 Priorities 2012/15 – MB Approved 1.Continue strengthening our Core: providing Excellent Service to our Core Strategic Sectors (Retail, Healthcare, and Transport & Logistics) by driving the GS1 System (AIDC, eCom, GDSN, and EPC) 2.Become a key player in the connected world (internet) by: Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Data Quality (DQ) Visibility 3.Winning and engaging New Strategic Sectors 4.Step-change GS1 Brand Awareness by implementing the new Brand Architecture 5.Continue developing a world-class, interdependent organisation 4 Driving Momentum Together

5 GS1 2012/13 OGSMs

6 © 2012 GS1 OGSM Q1 Update – Where-to-Play 6

7 © 2012 GS1 OGSM Q1 Update – How-to-Win 7

8 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities

9 © 2012 GS1 Top 5 Priorities 2012/15 – MB Approved 1.Continue strengthening our Core: providing Excellent Service to our Core Strategic Sectors (Retail, Healthcare, and Transport & Logistics) by driving the GS1 System (AIDC, eCom, GDSN, and EPC) 2.Become a key player in the connected world (internet) by: Business-to-Consumer (B2C) Data Quality (DQ) Visibility 3.Winning and engaging New Strategic Sectors 4.Step-change GS1 Brand Awareness by implementing the new Brand Architecture 5.Continue developing a world-class, interdependent organisation 9 Driving Momentum Together

10 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities: 1. Strengthening the Core

11 AIDC Data Carrier Strategy (2020)

12 © 2012 GS1 AIDC Data Carrier Adoption Trends 12 Mature deployment for EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14 Promotion of RFID in EAS applications Trending adoption of GS1 DataBar on Fresh Foods Trending adoption for GS1 DataMatrix in Healthcare Promotion of 2D for B2C Extended Packaging

13 © 2012 GS1 Implementer’s View AIDC Data Carrier Adoption Today 13 AIDC Carrier by Use CaseFixed Measure Consumer Items Variable Measure Consumer Items B2C Extended Packaging General Retail Consumer Items EAN/UPC GS1 DataBar GS1 DataMatrix, GS1 QR Code General Retail Distribution Scanning Only EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14 GS1 DataBar GS1-128, GS1 DataBarNA Regulated Healthcare Retail Consumer Items EAN/UPC, GS1 DataMatrix, GS1 DataBar GS1 DataMatrix, GS1 DataBar GS1 DataMatrix Regulated Healthcare Non- Retail Consumer Items EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14, Composite Comp., GS1 DataBar, GS1 DataMatrix GS1-128, GS1 DataBar GS1 DataMatrix GS1 DataMatrix Regulated Healthcare Distribution Scanning Only EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14, GS1 DataBar GS1 DataMatrix EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF-14, GS1 DataBar GS1 DataMatrix NA Non-Retail (e.g.: Industrial Commercial, Food Service) EAN/UPC, GS1-128, ITF14, GS1 DataBar GS1-128 GS1 DataBar NA Mature Deployment / Early Deployment

14 © 2012 GS1 AIDC Data Carrier Adoption Challenges 14 Management 1.Sunrise vs. Driving Adoption Be aligned that GS1 cannot set sunrise dates for a carrier. GS1 can actively promote a carrier for an application but adoption is a mutual agreement of trading partners Be aligned on new carriers and existing sunrise dates (e.g. DataBar in ‘14) 2.Common AIDC Investment Direction Ensure MOs provide common AIDC investment advice to industry Research and Development 3.POS Technology Gap for FMCG Resolve POS Technology Gap to provide “dynamic data” (expiry dates, serial numbers) in AIDC on all POS products

15 Bar Code Conformance

16 Objective Complete 1D Test Center deployment in 12 MOs by December 2012 Status Approved: GS1 Starting and Managing GS1 Bar Code Verification Service Guideline In eBallot: GS1 Bar Code Verification Process Guideline Issues None Next Steps Update Conformance Training Materials and Marketing/Communications Draft AIDC Test Plan to analyze current Bar Code minimums (if too restrictive) Complete 3rd Party Accreditation Proposal 16 OGSM Measure FY12/13Status Complete 1D Test Center deployment in 10 EU MOs plus New Zealand and Australia by December 2012 On target

17 GS1 Bar Code Conformance 3Y Plan 2012 Validate Current Bar Code Minimum Specifications Work in progress or planned D Conformance 1D Conformance Deploy 12 MOs Ratified standard or work finalized Update Standards Training & Marketing Updates Deploy 12 MOs Complete Guidelines Training & Marketing Updates Accreditation Proposal Verifiers Available Complete Guidelines Complete testing & initiate Standards Updates Update Standards… Approve New Standards Draft Plan Work requested by MOs 17

18 eCom

19 GS1 eCom Update Objective Execute GS1 eCom Strategy Progress GS1 XML eCom Major Release 3 – ratified and published Support material published GS1 XML Technical User Guide Release 3 Standard Business Document Header (SBDH) Version 1.3 Technical Implementation Guide Transport management implementation guide Deployment projects launched with 6 MOs (see O2C update) Issues No current issues Next Steps EANCOM 2002 Edition 2012 (End 2012) AS4 Protocol guideline & profile, incl. update of AS2 guide (2013) XML 3.1 incl. Intelligent Packaging (2012) and Warehousing (2013 ) 19

20 eCom implementation trends 20

21 21 Order-to-Cash Deployment Objective Increase GS1 eCom adoption in Order-to-Cash by providing MOs with best practices in local deployment Progress 6 MOs engaged in deployment phase (GS1 Belgium, Chili, Brazil, Italy, China, South Africa) Regional training in Chile in May 2012 Issues None Next Steps On-going support to MOs in deployment phase (training, marketing plan, implementation support) Regional training in China in Fall 2012 OGSM Measure FY12/13Status Deployment completed from 6 to 8 MOs by June 2013On target

22 GDSN

23 GDSN Operations and Strategy Execution Objective Execute GDSN 2012 / 2013 OGSM Progress 10+ Million items registered (+21% over last year, FY start: July 1, 2011) 24,610 trading partners registered (+22% over last year, FY start: July 1, 2011) 153 countries; 30 certified DPs GPC: Million GTINs in Global Registry coded with GPC (87%) Country Expansion Programme for Healthcare – In Progress Data Quality Strategy Renewal – In Progress Issues None at this time Next Steps Maintenance Release 5 and GPC – Deployment to Production October 2012 Major Release and Certification Event (Modular Item) – Dates TBD via Network Deployment Strategy 23

24 EPCglobal Update

25 EPC Update (1/2) Objective Drive adoption of EPCglobal Standards, focusing on 2 key sectors (Apparel and T&L) Progress Extensive adoption of EPC in Apparel and General Merchandise driven by Wal-Mart Strong focus on Item-Level tagging at source (Re-)launch of Apparel, Fashion & Footwear User Group NFC Forum: MoU signed and in implementation phase EPC Board extension with 5 new Governors : GS1 Canada, Macy’s, Gerry Weber, DHL & C&A. EPC IP Subcommittee: Extensive work to re-examine Round Rock patents in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO). 25 OGSM Measure FY12/13Status EPC BoG approval of new EPCglobal OGSM by June 2013On Target

26 GSMP

27 GSMP Update 1.Merge of old GSMP and EPCglobal standard development processes completed 2.New communication and educational materials available on-line (full transparency of project status to users and MOs) 3.Start of GSMP Best In Class project to be completed in June

28 GSMP Membership as of 30 June Dec 31, 2011 March 31, 2012 June 30, 2012 Total Company Participation New GSMP Additional Companies Operating only in Former GSMP Groups 65 (5 groups) 8 (1 group) 0 Total Company Participation

29 GLN Registries Framework

30 © 2012 GS1 GLN Registries Framework OGSM GLN Registry Framework Pilot Project Report by March 2013 Progress Project will develop a global solution to connect all GLN (Global Location Number) registries to enable users the look up of GLN and basic party information from any other registry Global Index data attributes have been Agreed Pilot Global Index development - Completed Pilot infrastructure has been Agreed Phase 1 Pilot, Columbia, US – Completed Other MOs welcome for pilot work through early December Pilot Period / pilot activities complete by early December

31 GLN Registry Pilot Input from GS1 US and GS1 Colombia

32 © 2012 GS1 GLN Registries Interoperability Pilot Phase 1 32 Pilot Purpose: Prove interoperability of GLN Registries model using a Global Index Pilot Participants Profiles: GS1 Colombia 14,601 items in GLN Registry Supporting the Retail, Manufacturer, Healthcare and other 23 sectors GS1 US 390,000 items in GLN Registry Supporting the Healthcare sector On average 68 GLN additions and 62 GLN changes daily Pilot Criteria & Execution: Use of existing standards; no standards development Tested GLN attribute registration, modification, search query and response All attributes were required to be registered and returned in GLN query responses

33 © 2012 GS1 GLN Registries Phase 1 Pilot 33 Pilot Findings Phase 1: GS1 US and GS1 Colombia executed test plan twice during pilot week Success in proving pilot model design; can interoperate GLN Registries using Global Index Response times for pilot test cases within expected range Pilot Key Learnings: Key Focus placed on searching against Global Index Case Sensitivity will need to addressed with a broader group; should it be on or off? –International phone number format; Organization names, street, city, country etc.? Data consistency is outside of the scope of this project; would be discussed as part of the production operations of this service Seeking additional Member Organization participation during Pilot Period

34 © 2012 GS1 GLN Registries Next Steps Pilot Execute additional pilot activity through December 2012 Prepare Pilot Report in Q1 CY 2013 Production Technology Within the GLN Registry Group –Determine which technical learnings will carry forward to production technical design –Formalize discussion of technical options for inclusion of MO issued GLNs within the GLN Registry Group Production Business Issues Address within GLN Registry Group and escalate business decisions to GS1 GO LT and governance Form GLN Registry Data Quality committee to develop best practices, education, communications and audit approach 34

35 MO Deployment Kits

36 © 2012 GS1 MO Deployment Kits Food Traceability Bar Codes in Retail Fresh Foods Building partnerships to enable GS1 Standards Implementations Order to Cash Transport Management Solution Providers 36

37 © 2012 GS1 Contents 37 The MO Deployment Kits summarise the experience and best practices from GS1 MOs worldwide, including Market understanding Surveys Creating partnerships Developing a marketing plan Supporting users in the implementation phase Measuring success Marketing collateral (case studies reference documents) Technical information Training tools

38 © 2012 GS1 MO Contributors and GO Owner MO ContributorsGO Owner O2CGS1 GER, FR, US, UK, BEL, SP, MEX, SWE, IT, NL, JP, AUS, ARG Anders Grangard/Nora Kaci Bar Codes in RetailGS1 FR, UK, NZ, NIGERIA, IND, COL, SLO, MALAY, US, MEX, RU, SAUDI A., CA David Buckley Solution Providers ProgrammeGS1 AUS, AT, FR, GER, HUN, IRE, MEX, NOR, SA, SP, SWE, UK, US Julio Gaset Food TraceabilityGS1 ARG, BE, BR, CHI, CRO, FR, GER, HK, IRE, MEX, NZ, PERU, SA, THAI, US Carolyn Lee Fresh FoodGS1 AT, AUS, BELUX, BR, CA, FR, IRE, KO, NL, PO, SA, UK, US Greg Rowe Transport ManagementGS1 SWE, GER, FR, NL, AUS, DK, AT, SWIT Nora Kaci/Audrey Kramer 38

39 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities: 2. Become a Key Player in the Connected World (internet)

40 GS1 Data Quality

41 © 2012 GS1 DQ Preamble The attached presentation aims to address the MB and GA request to make DQ a top priority for GS1 in coming next years. Therefore, the decisions made at the GA 2012 have been strengthened Due to the new services (e.g. WCO, etc.) that will be based on existing GS1 registries (GEPIR, GLN MO Registries, etc.), the scope of the DQ proposal has been enlarged to include them 41

42 © 2012 GS1 DQ: Objective and Scope Objective Strive for achieving 100% data quality in all GS1 data Scope As this is a major undertaking, we will approach by phases. Data Internal: GEPIR and GLN External: GDSN Data Pools and B2C Aggregators Attributes Product and Party information Geographies Primary focus on AC / G20 countries but open to other countries Sectors Consumer Goods and Healthcare 42

43 © 2012 GS1 DQ Internal (MOs): DQ Objective & Plan Objective: Target 100% data quality in GEPIR and GLN Registries by end 2014 Plan 1.Develop Best Practices Protocol to clean and update GEPIR and GLN Registries (GO, March 2013) 2.Clean current data bases: 3.Develop Best practices to add/maintain data for GEPIR and GLN Registries (GO, June 2013) 4.Run annual DQ audits by external auditors Funding Use Global reserves to contribute to this project with a 5% discount on 2013 annual fee (to be paid to each participant MO after successful, external audited conclusion of the project within due date) GEPIRGLN Registries AC/G20BalanceAC/G20Balance End 2013Mid 2014 End

44 © 2012 GS1 DQ External (Users): Background 1.Multiple Data Crunch reports have shown the low quality of B2B data. The B2C research also shows similar results 2.Most Large Enterprises (LE) are not ready to deliver directly quality data to their trading partners in the next 2-3 years. This represents major changes in their internal business processes and IT systems. They provide the data through complex, inaccurate and expensive alternative systems 3.Many LEs are sharing product data using the GDSN framework, that is growing year after year in products and companies 4.Most LE manufacturers have make clear that they want to provide their data at their own pace. Most LEs (manufacturers & retailers) have clearly stated that mandates to suppliers is not the right approach to get suppliers to join a DQ project 5.However, there is also an increasing number of non-GDSN data repositories that host product data used by LEs and SMEs, primarily, to: 1.Store basic product and label information for B2C purposes 2.Share Basic B2B information (weight and dimensions) for Shelf Planograms 44

45 © 2012 GS1 DQ External (Users): Objectives & Plan (1 of 2) Objective: Strive for 100% data quality for B2B and B2C applications, in Consumer Goods and HC by 2015 (?) Plan 1.Execute DQ strategy agreed at GA Leverage the current DQF, collateral and tools to: –Launch an aggressive awareness, education and marketing campaign to educate MOs and key stakeholders by training 90% of TCGF Board Companies on DQF –Drive alignment of DQ, B2C, GDSN to harmonize messaging –Enhance and extend all DQ materials by refreshing DQ training, website and collateral and case studies 2.Propose DQ Measure for TCGF Global Scorecard 3.Renew of the current DQ Strategy and DQF to support B2B2C (GDSN 12 / 12 OGSM) 4.Ask TCGF Board and HC LT companies to provide achievable dates to deliver this DQ objective (2015 ?) 45

46 © 2012 GS1 DQ External (Users): Objectives & Plan (2 of 2) Plan (cont…) 2.AC/G20 MOs to strengthen the basic plan by: 1.GDSN users: Making sure they facilitate all users access to the GDSN framework (via own Data Pool or collaboration with an existing GDSN DP) 2.Non-GDSN users: 1.Sign a strategic collaboration agreement with Non-GDSN key data repositories to guarantee: 1.Use of GS1 attributes 2.Interoperability with other GS1 framework and, in the future, with the GS1 Global Data Backbone 2.Provide data repository services (Aggregator), leveraging existing Aggregators (for simplicity and cost reasons), for all users that do not want to use the GDSN framework 3.Provide data capture & measuring services, directly or indirectly, for B2C (TSD) and B2B (Shelf Planograms) basic data 46

47 © 2012 GS1 DQ: Next Steps 1.AC Support to: 1.DQ Internal (Internal) 2.DQ External (Users) 2.Get support from Users (GDSN Board and B2C Project Board) (October 2012) 3.Get support from MB (November 2012) 47

48 B2C Trusted Source of Data (TSD)

49 © 2012 GS1 Agenda TSD Standards Status Global Index Implementation for TSD Framework TSD Aggregator Certification TSD Framework Naming Issues, suggestions & Project Board support Q&A 49

50 © 2012 GS1 TSD Standard Prototype 50 Objective: Trial TSD Standard Specification to improve the quality of the final standard. Aggregator Participants: 1Sync, epcSolutions, GS1 Colombia, GS1 France, GS1 Italy, GS1 Russia, Timing: Original completion date Sept 2012 (new date TBD by group)

51 © 2012 GS1 Global Index Implementation for TSD Framework 51

52 © 2012 GS1 TSD Architecture & Framework TSD interface standard F-ONS (TSD phase 1)

53 © 2012 GS1 TSD Framework Naming Supported by Project Board 53

54 © 2012 GS1 Objective Create a global umbrella name for the Trusted Source of Data Framework Name will describe the framework of data aggregators providing access to digital product data Analogous to GS1 GDSN GS1 GDSN FrameworkGS1 TSD Framework

55 © 2012 GS1 TSD Framework Naming 55 GS1 SOURCE

56 © 2012 GS1 Issues & Suggestions 56

57 © 2012 GS1 Issue 1 - Brands are not ready! 57 It’s not “we don’t want to”, it’s more like “we can’t” Brands do not have the attributes we require in a single internal database so don’t know how to provide it The company representatives on our boards know this and are delaying because they don’t want to commit to something they know they can’t deliver

58 © 2012 GS1 Issue 2 – TSD is NOT their top priority 58 Despite all of the market research and analysis of brand data on the internet, the project is the top priority for brands Our message to date has focussed on: Protection of brand value by providing consumers with accurate data upon which they base buying decisions – product data accuracy The risk of consumers not buying a product if they are using an application and the product is “not found” – product data completeness

59 © 2012 GS1 TSD Actions – Proposed to B2C PB 59 1.MO’s - Ask board members when they will be in a position to populate the TSD service on a sustainable basis and local MOs to benchmark what the companies are currently doing to support B2C requirements of IAPs Supported by Project Board 2.MO’s – Ask retailer members who have an existing GDSN mandate with supplier in force, whether they would be willing to extend the mandate for their pre-packaged food and beverage suppliers asking them to fill in the 19 nutritional attributes currently supported by their Data Pool by June 2013 NOT Supported by Project Board 3.MOs - Ask for a mandate from retailers that suppliers send a physical sample of every new or modified product to the MO or a 3 rd party for data collection before they will list it NOT Supported by Project Board

60 © 2012 GS1 TSD Actions – Proposed to B2C PB 60 4.GO & MOs - Utilise the “EU One-Pager” to show that the GS1 TSD is the easiest and most cost effective solution for brands to comply with the upcoming EU legislation and use this as a tool to get them to provide data Supported by Project Board but NOT as a mandate for adoption 5.GO – organise and help finance a “business pilot” with those Aggregators who have a critical mass of data in advance of the EU Regulation coming into force Supported by Project Board

61 © 2012 GS1 Next Steps 61 1.Participating MOs to contact their board members and ask: When they will be in a position to populate the TSD data in their country on a sustainable basis What they are currently doing to support the B2C demands of IAPs (mobile apps and internet sites) 2.Participating MOs to circulate the EU Legal Impact Assessment and the one-pager to all relevant members to try to raise the awareness and priority of the project 3.GO to draft a project plan for the “business pilot” with Aggregators that feel they will have a critical mass of data available. Plan to be completed by end of 2012.

62 Visibility Anti- counterfeiting

63 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit : The Problem 63 Anti-counterfeiting impacts: Economy –Anti-counterfeit trade estimated to reach USD $1.77 trillion by 2015 –G20 member countries lose USD $77.5 billion in tax revenues and incur an additional USD $25 billion increased cost of crime –An estimated 2.5 million jobs have been lost, increasing the annual cost of welfare payments Public Health –Fake tuberculosis and malaria drugs alone are estimated to kill 700,000 people a year –G20 member countries are reporting 3,000 deaths p.a. due to counterfeits National Security –counterfeit electronic components in military and defence equipment pose a national security risk

64 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit – Identified GS1 risks 64 Risk to GS1 CoreAnalysis Solution providers extending their authentication solutions to include object identity (GTIN role) and track and trace Multiple solution providers exists and a lack of awareness of GS1 is leading to alternate strategies when GS1 could form core solution Solution providers comparing anti- counterfeit measures (serialization and secure labels) with a standard GS1 barcode and packaging label Lack of awareness of GS1 among some big players leading to alternate strategies Food industry assigning additional code for authentication and track and trace (HarvestMark example) GS1 losing out on greater role in authentication and traceability of food - growing in other sectors ISO anti-counterfeit group focused on interoperability of multiple services & solutions Multiple solution providers pushing various methods. GS1’s big pharma not happy with developments – and working with GO on interventions

65 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit – Strategy 65 RecommendationsWhatExamples Short TermEngage with anti- counterfeiting solution providers and leverage the use of GS1 keys and services in their solution WCO IPM SMS services e.g. for Pharma Medium TermLeverage the EPCIS network and the rest of the GS1 system as core infrastructure requirements Hong Kong Consumer Connect using EPCIS EPFIA model using DataMatrix Long TermRemain active in key standards associations to ensure that the solutions they publish are compliant with GS1 standards ISO anti-counterfeit group

66 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit : Short-term 66 Expand and support current work with WCO Currently: Brand-owners (over 400, mainly multi-nationals) o Provide details of the anti-counterfeit measures used on their products to an IPM database used by the IPM tool WCO o Augment the product information with examples/pictures of detected counterfeit products in circulation –National customs authorities (currently 40) –Search manually in IPM by entering free text on brand and/or product Objective: Establish GS1 as a core infrastructure requirement – use the GTIN as the product key Utilise GEPIR + future possibility of ONS, GDSN & TSD

67 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit : Short-term 67 Produce a compendium of Solution Providers operating anti-counterfeit services by region and provide to MOs (together with GS1 benefit case) for local engagement and education. Cell phone carriers & Solution providers produce numerous SMS services, particularly in Africa: Airtel & U.S. tech company Sproxil partner to provide a Mobile Product Authentication™ (MPA™) service. mPedigree have a similar system –A scratch-off label is placed on products by the manufacturer or importer and the code registered in a database –When consumers purchase a product they scratch off the label to reveal the unique code –The code is then keyed in by the consumer, sent via SMS and the consumer receives a reply indicating whether the product is genuine

68 © 2012 GS1 Examples of SMS services in Africa 68

69 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit : Medium-term 69 Develop and publish integrated solutions with key GS1 members e.g. EU pharma strategy with EFPIA (European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industry & Associations) model

70 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit : Medium-term 70 Investigate adapting and expanding GS1 HK solution for product authentication using only GS1 keys Demonstrates integrated solutions with multiple solution providers Showcases EPCIS role in Anti-Counterfeit

71 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit : Long-Term 71 Continue work with ISO anti-counterfeit group to ensure that their draft functional model for interoperable object identification and authentication services has GS1 standards/services aligned to the process steps

72 © 2012 GS1 Anti-Counterfeit – Issues 72 Review of EPCIS standards to ensure that they fully supports the requirements of mass serialisation e.g. How should we handle Batch/Lot number versus SKU (work already initiated) Proliferation of the use of holograms in various countries, particularly on pharmaceutical products

73 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities: 3. Winning and Engaging New Strategic Sectors

74 GS1 Transport & Logistics

75 75 T&L - Objective The Objective of GS1 regarding Transport and Logistics (T&L) is to improve efficiency and visibility of the T&L operations of supply chain stakeholders through the use of GS1 Global Standards

76 76 GS1 T&L – Key Goals 1.Adoption of Logistics Identifiers 2.Adoption of LIM EDI Messages 3.Adoption of Visibility Standards 4.Increase Membership through relevant External Relations activities

77 77 GS1 T&L 11/12 Update 1.Strategy approved 2.Transport messages ratified 3.Transport Management Deployment Kit including Implementation guideline delivered 4.GS1 T&L MO Interest Group strengthened 5.GS1 Id Keys in T&L position paper ready for GSMP review 6.Customs Engagement Starter Kit delivered 7.GS1 T&L Online containing engagement support tools for MOs launched 8.Marketing tools delivered

78 Example: GS1 T&L online 78 Overview Presentation Steps for engagement How to get Started Talking Points Customs Engagement Kit Standards GS1 eCom (XML & EANCOM) Transport & Logistics messages Logistics Interoperability Modal (LIM) Standard International Logistics Label (STILL) Marketing Tools GS1 Marketing Framework Value proposition Case studies Brochures Training & Implementation Tools Introduction to GS1 T&L SSCC Video Relevant Standards See more details in Appendix

79 GS1 eSeal Objective GS1 eSeal Implementation Guideline - MB decision to move forward by November 2012 Status Statement of Business Need developed Call to Action launched Issues No User community support Next Steps Cancel GS1 eSeal project 79 OGSM Measure FY12/13Status MB decision to move forward by November 2012On Nov. MB Agenda

80 Collaboration with WCO 80 GS1 has a long-time working relationship with the WCO since both organisations are committed to enabling a secure, efficient global supply chain In 2007, a MoU between GS1 and WCO was signed in recognition of the wide range of business interest shared by our organisations. Cooperation Agreement between GS1 & WCO signed 4 th Sep 2012 addressing the integration of the GS1 System into Interface Public-Members (IPM) Anti-Counterfeiting tool

81 WCO IPM Opportunity The GS1 System enhances Customs ability to accurately identify unsafe and/or counterfeit goods. Interface Public-Members (IPM) is a secured permanent training and communication tool for the fight against counterfeiting and piracy IPM is a cornerstone tool in the WCO’s anti-counterfeiting strategy Integration of the GS1 System into the WCO’s IPM Anti- counterfeiting tool Automated access to additional product categories through GS1 Keys More information in separate deck on GS1 – WCO IPM Cooperation 81

82 Fresh Foods

83 Fresh Foods Solutions Objective Fresh Foods Integrated Guide published by June 2013 Train 5 MOs on Fresh Foods Deployment Kit Progress Statement of Business Need and Work Request completed for Fruit & Vegetable Master Data Guideline and GTIN Rules enhancements GS1 in Europe Training on Deployment Kit Sep in Oslo Issues None Next Steps Fruit & Vegetable Master Data Guideline and GTIN Rules to Public Review by Dec 2012 Regional requirements and priorities for Meat, Poultry, and Seafood identified by Feb 2013 (industry input to FY Business Plan) 83 OGSM Measure FY12/13Status Fresh Foods Integrated Guide published by June 2013On target Deployment in 5 MOs by June 2013On target

84 Financial Services

85 © 2011 GS1 Financial Services Update As an output from the G20 Leaders Summit approval of the Financial Stability Board (FSB) Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) Expert report which highlights a federated model, the FSB has commissioned a Private Sector Preparatory Group (PSPG) Provide active co-ordination and collaboration between the public and private sectors in implementing the global LEI. GS1 contributions areas will include governance, operations, and funding. GS1 holds 5 member seats in this group with an additional 5 seats being held by TCGF companies. The PSPG held an initial meeting on 25 July. 85

86 © 2011 GS1 Financial Services Update (2) PSPG Members – MOs and member companies GS1 Global Office – Ken Traub GS1 Germany –Christian Przybilla GS1 India – Ravi Mathur GS1 Mexico – Juan Manuel Calderón Alvarado GS1 UK - Laura Waters Tim Smucker - J M Smucker Company Ben Johnson – J M Smucker Company Chris Nolan - The Coca-Cola Company Mike Yorwerth - Tesco Mona Chugh - Nestle 86

87 © 2011 GS1 Financial Services Update (3) Next steps Next PSPG physical meeting is scheduled to be held on October in Basel. FSB is striving towards a recommendation in March 2013 ROC to be formed and the COU BOD named. COU BOD that will be making decisions about who does what. GS1 MO’s providing insight and assistance efforts to educate local governments and industry stakeholders on how GS1 could play a role to help. GS1 “What If” team continues work to determine how we would respond should the FSB ask GS1 to fulfill one or more roles in the proposed global LEI solution. Situation remains fluid; not clear how/if consensus will be reached Recommendation that GS1 should continue to be involved on a measured basis. 87

88 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities: 4. Step Change Brand Awareness

89 GA 2013 & GS1 40 th Anniversary Celebrating 40 years as the global language of business

90 2013 GENERAL ASSEMBLY

91 KEY CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE 2013 GA How can the annual General Assembly become a catalyst for the GS1 organization to become better prepared for the future? How can the agenda evolve to create a compelling program with innovative speakers in key areas critical to GS1’s future? How does the GA help position GS1 as a global thought leader that attracts C suite executives for enrichment and dialog? How does the GS1 40 th Anniversary help frame GS1’s role as an organization that has been critical to and will be vital for, the future successes of businesses and industries in the next 40 years? 91

92 CASE FOR CHANGE GS1 is at a critical time in its history There is tremendous change happening for its global membership Economic, Competitive, Regulatory, Customer & Consumer Technology, Data Integrity, Mobility Disruptive Influences 92

93 THE 40 TH ANNIVERSARY PROVIDES THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR GS1 TO SET THE STAGE FOR WHAT IT CAN ACHIEVE IN THE NEXT 40 YEARS 93

94 CASE FOR CHANGE How does GS1 succeed in the next 40 years? 94 Business has become global creating an even greater need for GS1 Standards to be the common language for business. New markets offer opportunity and the need for GS1 Standards ensure that future marketplaces will continue to thrive wherever they exist. In a fast moving world where change is constant, leadership will be critical to remain relevant. Business and industry will continue to change through innovation making it necessary for GS1 to evolve with its customers. INNOVATION LEADERSHIP EMERGING OPPORTUNITY EMERGING OPPORTUNITY GLOBALIZATION INTERDEPENDENCY GS1 Standards enable business and industry to seamlessly move and source products and services around the world. Global commerce will continue to rely on GS1 Standards, and GS1 Member Organizations need to work together as one to move business and industry forward.

95 CASE FOR CHANGE ONE VOICE Beginning in May 2013 through all of 2014, GS1 can leverage its rich history to build awareness and on its first credibility for its future. The 40 th Anniversary offers the opportunity to be the milestone that is leveraged to re-establish GS1’s relevance globally. Maximizing the 40 th Anniversary opportunity will require a unified effort for GS1 as a whole (Global Office + MO’s) to “speak with one voice”. THE NEXT 40 YEARS GS1 Member Organizations need to work together as one to move business and industry forward. 95

96 STRUCTURE CHANGE TO GA AGENDA GOAL: To provide an engaging and thought-provoking program for GS1 MO’s and C suite guests and attendees. HOW: Dynamic keynote speakers to focus on Innovation, Globalization, Leadership, Emerging Markets and Interdependency rounding out the importance of these company priorities. Optional, off-site field trips to view/tour distribution centers, headquarters, and manufacturing plants of top nearby companies 96

97 ENHANCED AGENDA AT A GLANCE Board Committee for Standards Meeting Optional Group Field Trip: Macy’s Distribution Center Opening Plenary Guest Speaker: Sir Ken Robinson (topic: innovation) Guest Speaker: Noreena Hertz GS1 Panel: US, EU, China (topic: globalization/economy) 97 General Assembly: Official Business Optional Group Field Trip: Bloomingdale’s Retail visit before opening to showcase RFID item level tagging Morning Afternoon Welcome Reception Cocktail Joint Boards Dinner Management Board Meeting Optional Group Field Trip: McKeeson hosted visit to a pharmaceutical or healthcare center Presidents / CEOs Session Gala Dinner Guest Speaker: Marshall Goldsmith (topic: leadership) Guest Speaker: Gary Kovacs Panel: GS1 US Emerging Markets Reps (topic: Emerging Digital World) Keynote Speaker: Muhtar Kent President & CEO, Coca-Cola Optional Networking Dinner MO Recognition & Closing Plenary Optional Hollywood Tour MONDAY TUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAY Evening

98 GA 2013

99 © 2012 GS1 In 1973 industry leaders selected a single standard for product identification, known today as the GS1 bar code Today, the GS1 System of standards provides unique identification that can be used anywhere in the world. Key benefits for the business include better visibility, efficiency, and security HIGH-LEVEL PITCH 99

100 © 2012 GS1 CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVE The 40 th Anniversary provides the perfect opportunity for GS1 to set the stage for what it can achieve in the next 40 years Use and leverage this historical milestone to develop and launch a 1-year global marketing campaign: Step-change GS1 brand awareness Underline the benefits of using our standards and solutions Target: C-levels and supply chain experts from companies in our core and new sectors Media / Focused press (locally) 100

101 © 2012 GS1 CAMPAIGN STRATEGY Build and deploy a Global Marketing & PR plan to be leveraged in all MOs Marketing Kit (anniversary logo and web animation, corporate presentation, promotional micro-website videos, users’ testimonials, merchandising, signature, digital templates and artwork, etc) PR kit (impactful messaging, PR dissemination guidelines and recommendations, high-level pitch, storylines, B-roll, talking points, FAQs, etc) Create opportunities to get Board Members companies involved and support the campaign (high level users testimonials videos, ad…) Global campaign virtual kick-off on Apr 3 rd, 2013 Kick-off worldwide celebrations at the GA 2013 (20-23 May in LA) 101

102 © 2012 GS1 40 TH ANNIVERSARY MERCHANDISE 102 Concept Merchandise that celebrates the barcode and 40 th Anniversary Overview Expand brand awareness and create an emotional connection with the GS1 brand by applying the barcode, barcode designs, and anniversary logo to merchandise for expanded brand awareness. Examples include apparel, iPod cover, backpacks, etc. NOTE: Universal Site of ‘basic’ merchandising items (pens, mug, candles, t-shirts, etc) for all MO’s or individual MO’s can use the artwork to produce and sell their own items

103 © 2012 GS1 ARTIST COMPETITION & AUCTION 103 Concept Art that is created using the barcode Overview Have artists from around the world consider the impact of the barcode on their culture and enter their interpretation in a competition. Create a digital collection of all entries for MO websites and customers, and to share with potential MOs. This would not only celebrate the barcode itself, but also connect GS1 with a greater cause that matters to GS1 and its customers. NOTE: This idea has options. It can be a traveling art show around the globe, or a localized contest. The winner from each MOs country could then compete globally. This will be a great tool to generate PR and media interest.

104 © 2012 GS1 LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD 104 Concept An award that recognizes and commemorates individual(s) that have made very significant contributions to GS1. This could be a scalable concept that could be made on both the global and MO level. Overview We are celebrating the UPC barcode's great achievements because of those who had the vision and fortitude to pave the way and make it happen. On behalf of GS1, this award will be presented to those (external contributor) who've made a difference in the world of standards. Recipients will be nominated based on deserved criteria. This award can be given out annually at the GA.

105 © 2012 GS1 Concept Google’s name designed with icons/drawings that allude to the anniversary, celebration of the barcode, and GS1 Overview Google has a global presence and known for creating a “doodle” or series of images that celebrates important events. Google has done a barcode for a previous anniversary; we could have them celebrate the 40 th Anniversary in a new way that would enhance the GS1 brand and celebrate connectivity on a global platform. We could possibly do series of doodles over several days that reference the artist competition and auction. GOOGLE DOODLE 105

106 © 2012 GS1 HISTORICAL TIMELINE 106 Concept Timeline that shows when each MO first scanned a barcode and what product it was that had the barcode Overview The barcode has a rich history; each country adopted standards at different times and with different products. A visual representation of the timeline of the 111 first scans (products and dates) in each country could illustrate the global reach, and depth and breadth of the barcode’s role over the last 40 years.

107 © 2012 GS1 BARCODE SHORT VIDEO 107 Concept Exciting video to have available on the website, media kit, YouTube, opening etcs, What would the world and supermarkets be without barcodes? Overview The invention of the Universal Product Code (U.P.C.) barcode nearly 40 years ago fundamentally changed our world. Created to speed grocery store check out and improve inventory management, the U.P.C. laid the foundation for a technological revolution that started with a simple barcode. This short video will highlight the ways in which barcoding has impacted business and our world (and vice versa)—and look to the future with great optimism.

108 © 2012 GS1 CUSTOMER SUPPORTED ADS 108 Overview Due to the profound impact that the barcode has had, the opportunity exists to leverage the anniversary to build awareness. This could come in the form of having companies acknowledge the impact that GS1 has had over the years. Considerations could include strategically placed advertising that is sponsored by member companies as well as creating a compelling business story that can be released to key media outlets. Full-page ad in a significant newspaper or magazine that is supported by key companies that are participating

109 © 2012 GS1 MO MARKETING TOOLKIT 109 Concept Create a kit for international use that MOs can easily adapt for use in local markets Overview We will create a complete kit that MOs can take, alter as needed, and release through local outlets. MOs can use all of the following or only select pieces, as appropriate for their markets: Anniversary logo Full-page ad where MOs can insert their country-specific copy/graphic Celebration ‘footage/testimonials’ edited story for media outlets. This could be the inspirational video Digital assets: flash animation for each MO website, newsletter header, signoff template PPT about the anniversary and GS1 milestones (for Board to use, etc.) that MOs can translate Promotional web site (explained in following slide)

110 © 2012 GS1 PROMOTIONAL SITE 110 Concept A microsite dedicated to the celebration of the barcode for each MO (as a part of the Marketing Toolkit) Overview Have one hub of information about the anniversary with interesting resources and history about the barcode and its impact throughout the world. Examples of content could be information about GS1, a history, global and local press, barcode counter, an inspirational video, and barcode merchandise. Create a button or banner for MOs to put on their websites that lead to the promotional sites. Counter of Scans Concept A counter that records each scan across the globe in real-time within each promo site

111 © 2012 GS1 LOCAL SPECIFIC MARKETING 111 Easily duplicated ideas for events & advertising Car-wraps Billboards Floor graphics

112 © 2012 GS1 OTHER LOCAL EXAMPLES 112 GS1 Trivia Concept A game where people are tested on their barcode and GS1 knowledge Overview Create a game that has players ask each other questions on the 40 year history, GS1, and use of the barcode and standards around the world. International Collection Concept A basket of products that were first scanned Overview Create a basket of products that were first scanned at checkout. Different baskets could be created throughout the year to commemorate categories of products or industries. This is an idea that can be customized per country for a localized marketing effort.

113 © 2012 GS1 MO PR TOOLBOX 113 Concept The PR toolbox will consist of a kit for international use that MOs can easily adapt for use in local markets Each GS1 office will have access to the toolbox to implement a local public relations campaign to raise GS1’s brand awareness. The tool box will consist of: PR Guidelines (how to respond to media inquiries, how to pitch stories to print, broadcast and online media, how to organize a media event) 12 Press releases that will contain the global PR theme and key messages that local MOs can use in their markets Image Library Talking Points Frequently Asked Questions (media perspective) Celebration ‘B Roll’ edited story for broadcast media

114 © 2012 GS1 CAMPAIGN TIMELINE (1) Aug 22, 2012 Marketing Network Webinar Share PR and Marketing plan Get MOs input Sep 25-27, 2012 AC Meeting Share Anniversary plan Get AC support Create Project Plan Execution Team PR Kit distribution to MOs: Usage guidelines Catchy campaign theme and key messages Press kit & Media Guide Talking points 12 press releases FAQs Marketing Kit distribution to MOs: Anniversary artworks Logo (image + animation) Material and collaterals (video, corporate presentation, historical timeline, merchandising, etc)   2012 MB Meeting Share Anniversary plan Get MB companies support Inform ALL MOs Share campaign timeline and Guidelines Nov 6-8, 2012  2013  Jan, 2013  Feb 18-22, 2013 Dedicated workshops at the Global Forum   114

115 © 2012 GS CAMPAIGN TIMELINE (2) Apr 3, 2013 PR global and local campaign Launch Google Doodle Day 1 (barcode artwork) Local kick-off events and activities Global + Local press release (1)  May 20-23, 2013 GS1 community Anniversary celebrations at the GA Video testimonials Festive activities Commemorative gift Awards… Jun 26, 2014 End of the 1-year campaign Celebrating the first product scanned in a store (Ohio)  Share campaign results and celebrate achievements at the Global Forum Feb, 2014 Ongoing MO events and PR activities    115

116 © 2012 GS1 Confirmed MOs with local activities GS1 Austria GS1 Australia GS1 BelgiLux GS1 Canada GS1 China GS1 Colombia GS1 Costa Rica GS1 Croatia GS1 Denmark GS1 Egypt GS1 Finland GS1 France GS1 HK GS1 India GS1 Italy GS1 Ireland GS1 Mexico GS1 Sweden GS1 UK GS1 US Other TBC Organisations in orange confirmed their participation in the Project Team 116

117 © 2012 GS1 40 th Anniversary 117 Preliminary US Campaign Plan Commemorative Brand – Work in Progress

118 Future of Standards Joint GS1/TCGF/Capgemini Research

119 © 2012 GS1 Cap Gemini-GS1-TCGF strategic research Objective: Perform a GS1/TCGF/CG strategic research study aimed at identifying requirements for supply chain standards and services Target: 50 C-level executives (CEOs or Chief Supply Chain Officers, CIOs, CMOs, etc.), of TCGF Board companies designated by the CEOs Process: 1. TCGF invited their Board members to participate 2. Interviews in June, July, August 3. Research Report in October 4. Presentation to TCGF board (Jose Lopez) in November Costs: €75K paid by GS1 Report: Sponsored by GS1, TCGF and Cap Gemini (including logos) 119

120 © 2012 GS1 Initial Findings 120 Tomorrow’s standards will need to support: Consumer demand for product information Extension of supply chain data to B2C Consumer safety (especially for food products) Providing information on origin and ingredients Ensuring contamination does not occur Being able to recall products quickly and easily Sustainability Growing pressure from governments, NGOs and consumers Consumers want to be able to compare and contrast the sustainability measures for products from different companies Full visibility from production to shelf Faster and more open access to point-of-sale (POS) data Closing the visibility gap the last 50 yards – especially to minimize out of stock Supply Chain Efficiency Pockets of waste can still be eliminated across the value chain by working collaboratively e.g. less-than-truckload (LTL) shipments/empty trucks, excess inventory

121 © 2012 GS1 Leveraging the report 121 Leveraging the Report The research report will be presented to TCGF and GS1 Board members in November 2012 Marketing material will be developed for MOs –One-page flyer –Press release –PPT and talking points –Video from Capgemini Articles in GO newsletters Webinar for MOs with Capgemini

122 GS1 Healthcare White Paper

123 © 2012 GS1 123 McKinsey White Paper Project Timelines Completed data request Key findings from industry data gathering White Paper directed to C-suite audience on benefits of global standards adoption in Healthcare Deliverables = Today Launch data collection with industry participants Collect templates and analyze results Launch data analysis Launch development of public health case Launch business case quantification  Review work completed to-date  Conduct interviews of senior executives across industry  Develop data request templates  Assess potential for building business case with existing data  Conduct additional analytics if necessary  Develop case studies of successful global standards implementations Verify collected data if possible Complete development of public health case Complete quantification of business case Develop communication for senior executives Develop high-level roadmap for industry adoption Assess mechanisms for increasing adoption Assessment of work completed to-date Summary of interview findings Data request templates CONFIDENTIAL

124 © 2012 GS1 McKinsey White Paper Communication Plan 124 Marketing Tools for MOs White Paper Brochure (full document) Collateral: White Paper leaflet (2 pager summary) Talking points for MOs to be issued prior to GS1 healthcare conference PPT for oral presentations Short version for presentations Long version for training Video of stakeholders and McKinsey Communication Channels White Paper to be released to Tier 1 media by McKinsey White paper published on McKinsey and GS1 websites White Paper integrated in GS1 & McKinsey Newsletters Global Webinar to be presented by McKinsey for MOs and users MOs Roadshows with McKinsey speakers and healthcare stakeholders as available

125 © 2012 GS1 Global Standards in Healthcare White Paper by McKinsey – Communication Plan Timeline 125 Finalisation White Paper by McKinsey Mktg MO Expert group created Marketing Toolkit aligned Interview Katy George (McKinsey) – teaser prior to Conference MOs to identify Tier 1 newspapers and select trade and local media for McKinsey outreach 24 Oct: –White Paper Brochure available for MOs –2 Pager Flyer of WP –PPT short version available Publication White Paper and online promotion of WP on GS1 and McKinsey websites & newsletters Global Forum presentation by McKinsey to promote White Paper GO to Train MOs on content of White Paper (long version PPT) Stakeholder’s video Local Roadshows by McKinsey for MOs.

126 © 2012 GS1 31 Local Healthcare user groups driving adoption of GS1 standards worldwide Morocco Netherlands New Zealand Portugal Russia Serbia & Montenegro Singapore Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Taiwan Thailand UK US 126 Australia Austria Belgium and Luxemburg Brasil Canada Colombia Denmark France Germany Italy Japan Jordan Macedonia Malaysia Missing AC MOs China Croatia Hong Kong India Mexico Poland

127 GS1 Key 5 Top Priorities: 5. Continue Developing a World Class, Interdependent Organization

128 Internal Compliance Committee CONFIDENTIAL

129 1. Update on Governance & Proposed Actions

130 © 2012 GS1 Governance: Actions to date: Summary 130  Actions:  All MOs with issues contacted (except those that are part of the government)  Focused on 7 priority MOs + Singapore  Several MOs promised changes in Governance and Branding  Excellent response to request to send Auditor’s letter (AL)  Status:  Governance: 14 MOs with outstanding issues  Branding: 9 MOs not yet fully compliant  Auditor’s letter: 13 MOs still need to send their letter

131 © 2012 GS1 Governance Update 131 Overall, progress has been positive - see before. Several issues have however appeared when asking for changes in Governance in organisations which are not independent (e.g. part of Chamber): Separate legal entity created but owned by the mother organisation User Board created but without decision power User Board created with non GS1 users - members of the mother organisation Audit reports are sent but with doubts on their content (no separate accounting)  Conclusion: GS1 current rules and regulations do not enable the ICC to enforce governance changes in these MO’s if the mother organisation is not cooperating in good faith

132 © 2012 GS1 Next Steps 132 Clarify, in GS1 Statutes and Internal Regulations, the definitions and wording which leaves room for interpretation (requires GA approval) E.g: “Not-for-profit” = Income of MO only used to further the aims & objectives of the MO and no distribution of MO revenue/profit to members, Board members, owners and management E.g: “User Governed” = MO has a Management Board composed in majority of GS1 user companies (member companies) and Management Board is accountable to the users/members Authorize the GS1 CEO, upon request from the ICC, to request additional information from MO’s to investigate their compliance (requires MB approval) E.g: request additional details on the Revenues and Costs Propose a list of possible sanctions for the non compliant MO’s with expulsion as last resort (escalation mechanism)

133 2. Business Methods Update

134 © 2012 GS1 Business Methods Update 134 Self Declaration for Business Methods: Principle approved at GA 2013 Detailed template being finalized by ICC To be completed by all MO’s by end March 2013 Self-assessment for GS1 System Integrity and Unique Identification: Principle approved at GA 2013 Detailed template agreed by ICC To be completed by all MO’s by end March 2013 GS1 System Certificate (eLearn with 7 modules & certification) Principle approved at GA 2013 To be completed by all MO’s by end December 2013

135 3. Financial Strength Definition

136 © 2012 GS1 Financial Strength: Proposal 136 ECR: All ECR fees/revenues are excluded ECR Membership Fees are included except if these are separate fee (i.e. distinct from GS1 membership) Government revenues: Project financing, grants, subsidies etc should be included except when this is specifically prohibited by law or by contract Revenues of or equivalent to membership fees / subscriptions, including contributions to membership fees should be included Generally, in case of doubt about whether to include or not the revenue in its financial strength, the MO should consult with the ICC

137 © 2012 GS1 Financial Strength – Proposed New Definition CURRENT / OLD DEFINITION MO “Financial Strength” or “Gross Revenue” is defined as: All funds collected annually by the MO, including those from parent, sister or subsidiary organizations, which derive from or are received in relation to the GS1 System including the EPC System. PROPOSED NEW DEFINITION MO “Financial Strength” is defined as: All revenues which derive from or are received in relation to the GS1 System (i.e. GS1 standards, services and solutions) and which are earned annually by : (a)the MO itself; (b)any legal entity (hereafter the "Parent"), which holds a shareholding interest or any other form of financial stake in the MO, including under the form of a membership, a partnership or suchlike. (c)any legal entity in which the MO (hereafter the “Daughter”) or the Parent holds a shareholding interest or any other form of financial stake, including under the form of a membership, a partnership or suchlike. The funds of the Daughter to be included in the MO Financial Strength declaration should be in proportion to the percentage of the shareholding interest or financial stake held by the MO. (d)any entity, with or without legal personality, under the auspices of which the MO is operating. 137

138 © 2012 GS1 Financial Strength Arbitration Body 138 Current text from Internal Regulation: “In the event of any dispute regarding the list of examples in Schedule 1 and/or Schedule 2, the only arbiter in these matters will be an Arbitration Body comprising the MO CEOs that are members of the GS1 Management Board”. Proposal: “In the event of any dispute regarding the revenues included or excluded from a MO’s declaration of its Financial Strength, the only arbiter will be the Internal Compliance Committee who will make its recommendations to the Management Board for final decision”

139 4. Next Steps

140 © 2012 GS1 Next Steps 140 GOVERNANCE Management Board approval: Change in Statutes and Internal Regulations (for GA in May) Additional requests to be made by the CEO Financial Strength Definition and Arbitration Body (for GA in May) Hold face to face scheduled meetings with some (non compliant) MO’s, BUSINESS METHODS Communicate the GS1 System Integrity and Unique Identification Self- assessment and the Business Methods MO Self-declaration and the deadline Communicate the need to complete the GS1 System Certificate for 50% of the staff and the deadline Initiate the assessment of the MO’s on the 5 Business Methods Continue to follow up with MOs with outstanding governance, branding and Auditor’s letter issues.

141 GEPIR UPDATE

142 GEPIR Strategy Execution Objectives GEPIR Strategy execution All MOs participating in GEPIR network as part of MO Core Services Progress 108 of 111 MOs in GEPIR (Only 1 MOs with no commitment at this point) Updates to GEPIR MO Support Website and content for GEPIR – Complete GEPIR V4.0 Requirements Process / Specification Design – In Progress Data Quality Initiative (Service Levels, Conformance, Attributes) – In Progress Quarterly Updates of GEPIR data for Hosted MOs – Launched with ICC Issues None at this time Next Steps Finalise GEPIR V4.0 Requirements / Specification Design Execute Quality Assessment & Completeness of GS1 MO data for use in GEPIR 142 * Reference: GEPIR Network Update Document

143 GEPIR Statistics as of September 2012 Goal : All MOs using supported versions (2.0, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2) STATUS: 3 Remaining non-conformant MOs (108 / 111 MOs in GEPIR) 108 MOs have data available through GEPIR 63 MOs hosted at Global Office +45 MOs locally hosted + 3 MOs not yet operating in GEPIR (Only 1 with no contact) =111 Member Organizations 7 MOs on Version MOs on Version MOs on Version 3.1 / 3.2 [63 hosted, 31 local MO] 11 MOs-V3.1 July MOs - V3.1/V3.2 September

144 GS1 Major Events Review

145 © 2012 GS1 Background 145 GS1 is a federated organisation where decisions are reached through consensus. Unlike a hierarchical organisation, it requires frequent personal contacts across regions and MOs to align and prepare decisions. We have always tried to optimise the multiple global and regional meetings, but there are still some opportunities to improve.

146 © 2012 GS1 Objectives Optimise travel frequency and cost for GS1 MOs, GO, and GS1 Members 2.Change the perception that GS1 is meeting in remote, “non-business” locations 3.Increase participation in major events and meetings

147 © 2012 GS1 Scope 147 JanFebMarAprMayJunJulAugSeptOctNovDec Global Forum X General Assembly X Management Board XX Advisory Council XXX GSMP Events XX GDSN Board XX EPCglobal Board XXX Healthcare Conference XX GS1 Connect X TCGF Board X TCGF Summit X Regional Forums X

148 © 2012 GS1 Proposal 1: GF and GA 148 Combine the Global Forum and GA/MB in May in Brussels: Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: best practices sessions and Boards (GDSN, B2C, etc.) Thursday: MB and training sessions Friday morning: GA and training sessions Pro’s: Reduce travel for many (high overlap of attendants) Improve GS1 and users contacts Higher participation of number of countries Con’s: GF’s and GA’s are a growing success. The merger could have a negative impact. Packed week with less or no time for internal alignment, training and best practices sharing Less opportunities to contact with/between MO’s Difficult logistics Timing: 1 st ‘merged’ event could be in 2015

149 © 2012 GS1 Summary 149 ProposalPriority 1GF + GALow 2AC + GSMPMedium 3MB + TCGFLow 4HubsHigh (except GA) 5Sept. ACMedium Question: Would we be responsive enough by implementing these changes in the timeframe, or do we need to be faster?

150 © 2012 GS1 Proposal 2: AC and GSMP Events 150 Have the April and/or September AC in the same week and location as the GSMP event Pro’s: MO CEO’s can have more contacts with users and other MO’s Reduce travel significantly for GO (high overlap of attendants) but minimally for MO CEO’s (very low overlap) Could potentially increase GSMP participation Con’s: GO LT would miss key GSMP sessions Timing: 1 st ‘merged’ event could be in 2014

151 © 2012 GS1 Proposal 3: MB and TCGF Board (Nov.) 151 Have the November MB in the same week and location as the TCGF Board (Nov) Possibly combined with the EPCglobal Board meeting Pro’s: Increased GS1 MB members (i.e. users) attendance Con’s: Difficult logistics and “politics” with TCGF Minimal MO CEO’s overlap Timing: 1 st ‘merged’ event could be in 2014

152 © 2012 GS1 Proposal 4: Meeting in Hubs 152 All or some major GS1 events (GA, MB, AC, GSMP, HC) to take place in one of the following hubs: Europe: Brussels US: Newark or Brooklyn Asia: Hong Kong or Kuala Lumpur More suitable events: MB (October), AC, GSMP, HC Pro’s: Simple and easy access Lower cost Con’s: Lower contacts with countries Timing: For the AC’s already planned for , the hosting MO’s would have the opportunity to cancel. The location would be replaced by one of the hubs above.

153 © 2012 GS1 Proposal 5: September AC 153 1st option: cancel and replace September AC meeting with: 1-day review meeting of Global Initiatives at every Regional Forum 1-day review meeting with GS1 US and GS1 Canada 2 nd option: book the September AC meeting dates and confirm only if major strategic topics are required for the GA Pro’s: Simple for GO Lower cost Con’s: Long period without key MO’s alignment Timing: 1 st opportunity in 2014

154 © 2012 GS1 GF & GA & MB 154 Option 1 Feb : GF (Brussels) + Chairmen track day May : MB (hub) –GA (eVote) Option 2 May GF/MB/GA (new structure) (Brussels tbc) Option 3 No change (LA Berlin concepts)

155 The Consumer Goods Forum

156 © 2012 GS1 TCGF Update 156 Meeting in TCGF HQ, Paris, on Sep 3 rd, 2012 Attendants: Jean-Marc Saubade, Sabine Ritter and Miguel A. Lopera

157 © 2012 GS1 TCGF Update: Governance & Strategic Alliances 157 DISCUSSIONAGREEMENTS 1. There is a growing focus on Asia (especially in China) on issues relating to food safety No action required from GS1 2. TCGF/GFSI (Global Food Safety Initiative) has signed an MoU with the Chinese government to benchmark Food Chinese standards with GFSI food quality standards 3. TCGF/GFSI, Food Industry Asia (FIA) and GMA will work together to set a common vision and working platform on Food Safety in Asia

158 © 2012 GS1 DISCUSSIONAGREEMENTS 1. Objective: Provide the think tank for the CGF and transform emerging trends into Industry actions to better and more efficiently serve consumers and shoppers around the world 2. On-line survey to CEOs to evaluate the relevance of trends. Top priorities are (work in progress) : Health & Wellness (e.g., social health, healthy cosmetics, functional food, increasing life expectancy) Fight for Resources (e.g., rising energy demand, commodity prices, food/water security) Sustainability (e.g., CSR, reusability, recycling, fair trade, image impact) Digital Life (e.g., new technologies, "big data" analysis, transparency, connectivity) Future Working (e.g., new work styles, higher flexibility, access to qualified labour) 3. Issue a new trends report (Future Value Chain 2022 – name not decided yet) after workshop in October Appoint GS1 representative in the group TCGF Update: Emerging Trends 158

159 © 2012 GS1 TCGF Update: Sustainability 159 DISCUSSIONAGREEMENTS 1.Priorities: 1.Deforestation 2.Refrigeration 3.Product Sustainability Measurement 4.Waste Management GS1 involved in Sustainability and Waste Management 2. Product Sustainability Management: Achieving a harmonised global system for measuring product sustainability impact remains a priority There are about 20 Working Groups that are led by the Sustainability Consortium to avoid work duplication 1. TCGF supports GS1 IP Policy. Future WGs that will produce protocols to become global standards should be briefed by GS1 2. GS1 to meet with the SC to explain GS1 IP Policy 3. Global Product Packaging Sustainability (GPPS). Issue: The protocol has been developed without IP declaration. Some parts may be subject to IP claims GS1 & TCGF have contacted all participant companies. A decision will be proposed by GS1 at the next MB in November 4. Waste Management. Preliminary research underway. A potential project work will be recommended to the CGF board in November GS1 requested to submit Waste Management learnings in MOs (DONE)

160 © 2012 GS1 DISCUSSIONAGREEMENTS Request to Board members to implement H&W resolutions: 1.Access & Availability: of products and services that support the goals of healthier diets and lifestyles. 2.Product Information & Responsible Marketing: Transparent, factbased product information that will help consumers and shoppers make informed product choices and usages 3.Communication & Educational Programmes: to help raise consumer awareness on health & wellness and energy balance to inspire healthier diets and lifestyles. Liaise with H&W group to support resolutions via the B2C project (e.g. nutritional information) Global Food Safety Initiative 1.Reduce food safety risks by delivering equivalence and convergence between effective food safety management systems 2.Manage cost in the global food system by eliminating redundancy and improving operational efficiency 3.Develop competencies and capacity building to create consistent and effective global food systems 4.Provide a unique international stakeholder platform for collaboration, knowledge exchange and networking GFSI is mainly focus on food quality while GS1 is on traceability. Traceability is not a priority for GFSI now but it will be in the future. This is why there is low practical collaboration between the two organizations Top to top meeting between GFSI and GS1 to offer our traceability knowledge for the future TCGF Update: Health & Wellness 160

161 © 2012 GS1 TCGF Update: Operational Excellence 161 DISCUSSIONAGREEMENTS Request to participate in Operational Excellence Steering Committee (comprised of Chief Commercial Officers from companies). It will be discussed at the next Steering Committee 1.B2C presentation was postponed due to the last minute absence of the two Co- Chairs and presenters. Proposal was sent by mail to the CGF board members by the two Co-Chairs 2.TCGF was informed about the new EU regulation to provide digital information as of December TCGF feedback is that companies are well aware of the B2C project, they support it but they need longer time to provide the information. 4.It was suggested: 1.Check at country level (Phase I countries) when they can provide the information and report it to the board 2.Run a business test to find issues, challenges and opportunities before broad adoption Report B2C progress to the board in November if there are specific actions required

162 © 2012 GS1 TCGF Update: Other Topics 162 DISCUSSIONAGREEMENTS Cap Gemini report will be completed on timePreliminary results will be presented to the CGF board in November Full GS1 presentation to the board postponed until GS1 Chairman is available (Jose Lopez cannot make at next meeting) Communicated that Lynda Costa, new GS1 VP Industry Engagement, Retail Sector, will coordinate Retail projects with TCGF Agreed a meeting with Paul Voordeckers and Lynda Costa

163 GS1 MO Satisfaction Survey 2012

164 © 2012 GS1 Overall Satisfaction: Mean score YearResult (4.26) (4.17) (4.09) 164

165 © 2012 GS1 How to read the following charts... % FAVS/UNFAVS Overall Satisfaction What is your overall satisfaction with GS1 Global Office? 83/4 83% of respondents were FAVOURABLE (gave a score of 4 or 5) 4% of respondents were UNFAVOURABLE (gave a score of 1 or 2)

166 © 2012 GS1 Overall Satisfaction: Strong % FAVS/UNFAVS Overall Satisfaction What is your overall satisfaction with GS1 Global Office? 89/088/183/4 166

167 © 2012 GS1 Quality of Service: Portfolio + Communication % FAVS/UNFAVS Quality of Service GS1 Global Office is prompt (less than 3 days) in dealing with Member Organisations’ questions 95/580/5 GS1 Global Office provides reliable information 85/085/5 The GS1 products and services portfolio meets my market needs 50/1535/15 GS1 Global Office has a strategic plan to meet global users' needs 60/560/10 GS1 Global Office communicates well with MOs on plans and priorities 85/075/10 167

168 © 2012 GS1 Sectors: All improved % FAVS/UNFAVS Sectors Retail 65/2050/20 Healthcare 80/565/15 Transport & Logistics 50/1535/30 168

169 © 2012 GS1 Standards: BarCodes and eCom improved % FAVS/UNFAVS Standards BarCodes 70/1560/25 eCom 55/1545/10 GDSN 50/1565/15 EPCglobal 25/35 169

170 © 2012 GS1 Solutions: Recall % FAVS/UNFAVS Solutions B2C 65/1560/15 Traceability 60/2060/5 Recall 50/2035/20 170

171 © 2012 GS1 Services: GEPIR, GSMP % FAVS/UNFAVS Services Customer Service 90/080/0 Training & Education 75/075/5 Marketing 80/585/0 GEPIR 35/2070/5 Corporate Services (Legal and mentoring) 70/585/0 GSMP 70/1055/15 171


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