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Consumer business predictions 2013

CB predictionsNew Foundations for Growth

At present, consumer business companies are struggling to drive profitable growth amidst an uncertain global economic environment. They face a myriad of challenges today, some of which the industry has struggled with for some time, while others are new challenges resulting from rapidly changing technologies and consumer behavior. Many organizations are challenged  to transform their legacy operating models to this new reality.

As we are at the verge of a new era in shopping behavior it is time to reset former mindsets and rethink the way you operate and approach the consumer of tomorrow. We recognize some clear trends in the long term which will help you to define your growth strategies and enable growth. Given these rapid developments it is critical to focus on the right themes and innovate through the current climate.  Act now and Get in gear for growth!

This year's predictions

#1 - Broaden scope of Emerging Markets investments

In 2020, Emerging markets will account for more than 30% of the global revenues of companies investing in these regions

 

#2 - Leveraging insight from digital devices

In 2020, Omni-channel will become the new standard for shopping, requiring insight through all consumer devices to enable customer centricity

In 2020, Emerging markets will account for more than 30% of the global revenues of companies investing in these regions   In 2020, Omni-channel will become the new standard for shopping, requiring insight through all consumer devices to enable customer centricity
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#3 - Start building big data capabilities

In 2020, the exponential pace of Big Data & Analytics innovation will cause a disruption in the competitive landscape

 

#4 - Companies will shift towards globally integrated operating models

In 2020, Companies will shift from “localized” operating models towards globally integrated operating models to meet both their cost as well as their growth objectives

In 2020, Exponential pace of Big Data & Analytics innovation will cause a disruption in the competitive landscape    In 2020, Companies will shift from “localized” operating models towards globally integrated operating models to meet both their cost as well as their growth objectives
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CB Predictions Seminar

View Keynote CB Predictions Seminar 2013 - Deloitte perspective on Growth

View Keynote CB Predictions Seminar 2013 - Unilever presentation

View Breakout Digital - Voice of the Customer

View Breakout Future Operating Model

View Breakout Growth & Emerging Markets

 

Contact

Eric BobekEric Bobek
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Randy JagtRandy Jagt
Tel: +31 (0)88 288 23 71
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Last year's seminar

Please view the report of last year's consumer business predictions & priorities seminar to get an impression. Here you can view last year's predictions and download the presentations given at this seminar.

   

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