M&A and Consumer Products
Due to the effects of the U.S. economy on consumer spending, top-line growth will be a primary concern for consumer products (CP) companies in the coming year. However, the growth models of yesterday will not suffice in this changed economic environment. The CP companies that have the capital should be able to work through the current economic downturn by acquiring and maximizing access to new markets and portfolio-enhancing brands as a source of growth. Our M&A and CP resources can assist you in your efforts to secure market positions in this time of an economic recovery.
|How companies can improve value through M&A
When should companies put money on the table and how can they "beat the odds" so an M&A transaction may pay off?
|How consumer product companies can maximize deal value and minimize disruption when selling-off brands
What are some of the challenges that CP companies face when divesting one or more brands? What are some of the leading practices to maximize deal value? Explore here.
|Divestiture Survey Report 2013: Sharpening your strategy
Deloitte's third survey report of trends in divestitures and carve-outs combines input from approximately 150 professionals who have been involved in divestitures or carve-outs and includes insights from Deloitte's experience in the marketplace.
|Consumer Products M&A survey: Feeling the pinch
The survey report provides insights from a macro-economic perspective and analysis of M&A activity across the key consumer products.
|M&A in emerging markets for consumer products companies
This article explores issues that CP companies face when they consider engaging in emerging market M&A or strategic partnerships.
|M&A in consumer business
This article identifies several important trends and offers strategies designed to help capitalize on M&A activity in the industry.
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