Consumer product companies
Our multi-disciplinary service approach
The consumer products industry has undergone dramatic change in recent years. Food safety and environmental sustainability have rocketed to the top of the agenda. New systems for supply chain management and distribution, the relaxation of international trade barriers, and the growth of information technology have contributed to greater competition, overcapacity, slimmer margins, and greater customer demands.
How can we help you
We bring a unique, multi-disciplinary perspective integrating strategy, technology, finance, and regulatory compliance to help you unleash the full potential of your organization and attain profitable growth. We have extensive experience serving these segments:
- agribusiness, food and beverage
- personal and household products
- apparel, textiles, footwear, accessories
- other consumer products.
- Navigating the Chinese Digital Divide-Addressing the evolving needs of Chinese Customers
The whitepaper showcases how Chinese consumers continue to visit brick and mortar stores; however, digital is growing and increasingly impacting their in-store behaviours and ultimately, brick and mortar sales.
- The Deloitte Consumer Review: Digital Predictions 2015
Consumer connectivity and device convergence continue to challenge and disrupt the consumer market. Understanding how these trends are developing and will continue to develop remains a differentiator among consumer businesses.
- Sustainability for consumer business companies: A story of growth
Sustainability has become a primary driver for strategic product and business model innovation
- Global Powers of Consumer Products 2014
The world’s 250 largest consumer products companies generated sales in excess of $3.1 trillion in fiscal 2012 (which encompasses fiscal years ended through June 2013).
- Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2014
The world’s 75 largest luxury goods companies generated luxury goods sales of $171.8 billion through the end of last fiscal year.
- The food value chain: A challenge for the next century
Pressure on the global food supply chain is only going to intensify. And the problem can't be addressed by one group alone.
- Consumer 2020
Predictions about how our attitudes and patterns of consumption will change over the next decade.