Consumer Goods (FMCG)
When consumers want it yesterday, be first to make it and first to market.
Today’s consumers in the Consumer Goods (FMCG) industry are no longer concerned with just product quality and price, they now want to be part of collaborative product experience. When a brand or retailer fails to deliver on these expectations, consumers will move on. As a result, FMCG product lifecycles are getting shorter.
From brand perception to supply chain efficiency, consumer products companies face a long list of daunting challenges. Retail consolidation, digitalization and the race to enter emerging markets add growing pressure. Where do you turn? We’ve helped the listed below global consumer products companies see through the haze, increasing profits and building sustained value.
Finding profitable growth in the ‘age of experience’ is a big challenge facing FMCG companies. We have identified several FMCG business drivers that can be vital to long-term success and growth.
- Improve innovation
- Engage with customers
- Optimize global supply chain
- The new consumer – consumer behavior and preferences are shifting faster than ever and companies must react more quickly to deliver meaningful innovation on shorter timelines.
- Profit pressure and cost savings – investor pressure is mounting for companies to drive sustainable growth and increase profits with the same or fewer resources
- Production complexity – demand for more personalized products is leading to an increase in stock keeping units. Managing production complexity to provide the right product at the right time is critical.
- Value chain agility – consumer are dictating how and when they receive products forcing companies to use agile new models for product delivery.
Other customers bought:
- Team Building
- Corporate Events
- Sales and Marketing
- Strategy, Change, Innovation
- Business and Digital Acumen