Is it zero hour for consumer packaged goods companies?

Is it zero hour for consumer packaged goods companies?

Today, consumer packaged goods companies must adapt in a world where the traditional business model linking manufacturers, retailers and consumers is finished. This paper highlights the key industry disruptors, lessons learned from early leaders and a quick guide to an approach for CPG companies evaluating the journey.

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 Is it zero hour for consumer packaged goods companies?

Consumer packaged goods companies can no longer count on continued success based on the historic formula of mass production to mass distribution to mass marketing. Geographical entry points are dwindling, and stores are now closing faster than they are opening. The ability to make new markets with product innovation (i.e., new flavor, features, or technology) has been largely co-opted by new brands with specific, differentiated attributes. The benefits of growth, influence, and market share are quickly transitioning from traditional CPGs and retailers to a combination of online start-ups and platform companies. CPGs must get ahead of the full-scale disruption curve and invest in robust digital and social platforms and channels that will enable them to effectively engage with consumers.

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