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  • Global Powers of Consumer Products 2014: The connected consumer evolves
    This seventh annual global report identifies the 250 largest consumer products companies around the world based on publicly available data. The report also provides an outlook for the global economy, an analysis of market capitalisation in the industry, a look at M&A activity in the consumer products sector, and a discussion of major trends affecting consumer products companies.
  • The Deloitte Consumer Review: Digital Predictions 2014
    In this report we look at four areas of digital technology we expect to impact the digital consumer market in 2014. Understanding how these trends are developing and will continue to develop becomes a potential differentiator amongst consumer businesses.
  • Consumer Products M&A Survey: Heading in the right direction?
    Our seventh survey of CEOs, CFOs and M&A directors of leading European consumer products companies. The report gives our view of the M&A outlook, future profitability levels and actions to address the changing patterns in consumer behaviour.
  • The Deloitte Consumer Tracker: Q4 2013
    UK consumer confidence suffered a setback according to the latest results of the Deloitte Consumer Tracker, a quarterly insight into consumer spending patterns and the underlying drivers of spending behaviour.
  • Connecting with today’s consumer: Building brand value
    With consumers now expecting to engage with products and brands in a much more enhanced manner, there are increasing opportunities for Consumer Products businesses to interact directly with consumers.
  • The Deloitte Consumer Products M&A Survey: The return of the feel good factor?
    Our sixth survey of CEOs, CFOs and M&A directors of leading Consumer Products companies. The report gives our view of the M&A outlook, future profitability levels and actions to address the changing patterns in consumer behaviour.
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