Our heritage is deeply rooted in Private Brands. In the 1970’s when private label products were viewed as low priced, cheap quality, undifferentiated alternatives to the leading brands, our founders had the vision and foresight to form a company of highly trained and innovative entrepreneurs, dedicated to transforming private label into a strategic pillar for retailers, while driving the transformation of private labels into brands.
Today, the question of “What’s next in Retail?” is as synonymous with Daymon Worldwide as our private brands legacy. We are known for our proven success in helping our partners meet their strategic business objectives, while using their private brands to achieve a competitive point of difference. Our more than forty-five years of global retail solution partnerships, with more than 100 leading retailers and a supplier network of 6,000 companies, has produced more than 1,700 brands and 165,000 products across 14 channels of trade.
September 1 – Jim Holbrook appointed chief executive officer of Daymon Worldwide
Wilson Zhu joins the Board of Director
Board member Ron Daitz is appointed Non-Executive Chairman
Founder Milt Sender inducted into Store Brands Magazine’s Private Label Hall of Fame
President and CEO Carla Cooper receives the Women’s Foodservice Forum Trailblazer Award
Daymon Worldwide combines Daymon Global Marketing with Daymon Design and its 30 years of branding and design services to create Galileo Global Branding Group.
August 22 –Daymon Worldwide Specialty Brand division is launched. The division’s first venture is a partnership with the iconic book publisher Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing, to introduce a line of comfort foods under the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” name.
May 22 – Daymon unveiled the launch of the world’s first Private Brand mobile app.
May 15 – Daymon Global Logistics, a new transportation management and logistics support solution, is formed.
May 1 – Daymon Worldwide partners with Hartman Group for Comprehensive Research Study into Global Food Culture Shifts.
January 1 – Carla Cooper takes the helm as only the second CEO in the company’s forty year history and the first woman President and CEO of the company.
Daymon acquires SAS Retail Merchandising Services.
Caliber is formed with the purpose of strengthening our retailers’ execution and the customer connection on the path to purchase.
Daymon has over 100 customers and 5,000 supplier partners globally.
A new corporate location in Stamford, Connecticut is secured as the partners last collective business deal. Shortly thereafter, following a courageous four-year battle with a very rare form of cancer, Peter Schwartz passed away.
Daymon International launched with its first customer in South Africa.
Peter Brennan elected President and Officer of the company.
Club Demonstration Services was formed, which today, as Daymon Interactions, is the largest consumer experience marketing company in the retail business in the U.S., Mexico, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.
Food Marketing Group is formed to provide trading and arbitrage on national branded products for Daymon customers.
The partners ventured into label procurement and package design with the formation of C&M Marketing (now Daymon Design).
On July 5, 1970 Peter Damon Schwartz and Milt Sender shook hands on a partnership that produced Daymon Associates, Inc. in New York City.