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  • Technology disruptors and enablers - A consumer products perspective
    Explore the individual consumer products (CP) technology trends disruptors and enablers.
  • CPG companies: Your next growth opportunity has a username and password
    With the pace of digital commerce in packaged goods expected to accelerate, CPG companies should act now with a coordinated, systematic approach.
  • Same game, different approaches
    2014 American Pantry Study.
  • Digital commerce in the supermarket aisle: Strategies for CPG brands
    CPG companies have seen shifts of market share shift to digital commerce – often in unexpected grocery and mass merchandiser categories. Digital commerce in the supermarket aisle is no longer the proverbial years away. It is here today.
  • From risk to resilience
    Using analytics and visualization to reduce supply chain vulnerability.
  • Cracking the genetic code of high-performing manufacturers
    What enables high-performing manufacturers to excel consistently? How are they positioning themselves for the future? How do they differentiate themselves? And what capabilities are table stakes? We examine the capabilities that set high-performing manufacturers apart today, and likely will in the future.
  • 2014 industry outlook
    Challenges, trends and strategies that may shape your business in the coming year: Deloitte’s practice leaders weigh in.
  • Growth fuel: Rethinking trade spending in consumer products
    No CPG manufacturer is the same. But when it comes to trade strategy, there are far more similarities among leaders than differences. We’ve observed areas where leaders have had similar approaches. Read further for some fresh insights.
  • Winning with retail
    For most consumer product manufacturers (CP), the path to profitable growth is increasingly elusive. Our research confirms that today's retail experience has shifted; consumers are focused on value and shoppers are increasingly savvy at finding discounts.
  • The 2013 American Pantry Study
    Cautious. Frugal. Resourceful. This is the behavior reflected in the results of the 2013 American Pantry Study, as we see the recession continues in the minds of the consumer for the third consecutive year. An in depth look at the product categories, brands and consumer preferences detailed in this study will provide critical information for taking the right next steps.
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