Global Powers of Consumer Products 2013
The 6th edition of Global Powers of Consumer Products lists the world’s largest 250 consumer product companies and provides analysis of the year’s activity by product sector and geography, as well as by market cap.
Regulatory Trends in the consumer goods industry
The most effective regulatory frameworks typically recognize the need to clearly understand who benefits and who feels the pinch from the regulation. The ability to quantify these costs and benefits is often an essential step in evaluating the net impact of the policy.
Helping you to effectively engage and understand
The global and local consumer products sector has undergone dramatic change in recent years. Businesses need to understand and anticipate changing consumer needs and to respond rapidly with relevant products and solutions. Deloitte is geared toward helping our clients address these challenges.
The consumer products sector 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.
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited and its member firms bring a unique, multi-disciplinary perspective to the consumer products sector. This approach integrates strategy, technology, finance and regulatory compliance to help you unleash the full potential of your organisation and attain profitable growth.
By tailoring our offerings Deloitte is able to help our client address their business needs, creating a platform for sustained growth within the Southern African and the broader African consumer products industry.