Tag Archives: Consumer goods

The New Model for Consumer Goods

The fast-moving-consumer-goods industry has a long history of generating reliable growth through mass brands. But the model that fueled industry success now faces great pressure as consumer behaviors shift and the channel landscape changes. To win in the coming decades, FMCGs need to reduce their reliance on mass brands and offline mass channels and embrace an …
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Fourth Market Expansion Services Report

Roland Berger published the latest report on the development and growth expectations of market expansion services (MES) in Asia. Based on data from leading research institutes, the report offers valuable insights on current and projected market developments in the three geographic regions: Southeast Asia (ASEAN), Northeast Asia (including Japan) and Greater China. In accordance with …
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The “New Normal” in the Transportation Industry

As transportation companies emerge from the economic turmoil of the past few years, they face uncharted economic territory – a “new normal” that is transforming the nature of supply chains for businesses and consumers alike. This report by AT Kearney explains that to succeed transportation firms must rethink their fundamental business models and investment priorities, …
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14th Annual Global CEO Survey

In this year’s – the 14th – edition of PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey, nearly three quarters of the chief executives surveyed expressed concerns that uncertain or volatile economic growth could threaten business growth prospects. The survey was based on interviews with 1,201 CEOs from September to November 2010 in 69 countries. Slightly more than …
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