Consumer products companies have recently sought to attain profitable growth by extending business scale and scope while simultaneously rationalizing operations. Although each sector — durables, consumables, apparel, specialty goods, etc. — has faced its own unique issues, consumer business leaders are also confronted with some common challenges.
key trends for the consumer products industry >
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The implications of five trends driving novel changes in consumer spending and behavior could alter the trajectory of retailers and consumer goods companies for decades.
Using customer experience (CX) to create value for your customers and business in an Age of Experience.
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Our thought leadership
A new segmentation strategy can help sales teams identify their growth hot spots.
To serve online shoppers effectively, companies need to make complex trade-offs among speed, variety, and convenience.
Achieving sales growth in an increasingly complex CPG market will require rethinking the marketing and promotion strategy, more effective product portfolios, innovative merchandising, and the flexibility to work with different retail formats.
Strategy& Chief Retail Strategist Tom Blischok and Partner Nick Hodson look at the implications of Clay Christensen’s recent analysis of retailing.
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How we help our clients
PwC’s strategy consulting team Strategy& has a broad and deep set of capabilities for addressing issues faced by consumer products companies. We support our clients with a global team that has experience across all major consumer goods industry sectors, including durables, consumables, apparel, and specialty goods.
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