Consumer Goods

Transforming disruption into a competitive edge

Consumer Goods

Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies face unique challenges and opportunities as e-commerce models become integral to their success and direct-to-consumer online sales overturn traditional retail models. Alongside these changes comes an industry-wide trend toward sustainability solutions, including the use of reusable, sustainable, compostable packaging and a desire for companies to reflect sustainable brand values as the popularity of purpose-driven brands increases.

In response, brands must build supply chain resiliency and agility, including the design of regional and tailor-made supply chains focusing on faster and easier delivery options for consumers. All of this transformation must take place while mitigating risks to supply chain reliability, dealing with labor shortages and cyber threats, and responding to shifts in operating models to work from home.

Consumer Goods

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Consumer goods and services


Protiviti helps CPG organisations to rethink core business operations and transform for evolving customer needs and stakeholders’ expectations. Our expertise helps companies to respond quickly to challenges and identify innovative ways to embed resilience, optimise margin and improve operational performance.


Transform for evolving customer needs

Leadership

Leslie Howatt
Leslie is a managing director, and Protiviti’s technology consulting solution and diversity, equity, and inclusion lead. She specialises in digital and technology strategy as well as transformational change with over 25 years’ experience across consulting, industry, and ...
Rupesh Mahto
Rupesh is a senior director specialising in strategy, technology assessment and enabled execution, digital transformation, cloud migration, and application of emerging technology to business demands. He successfully leads interactions with CXO, focussing on increasing ...
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