EY - The beauty of success

Growth in the household and personal care sector

The beauty of success

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Household and personal care (HPC) companies face several challenges in today’s multifaceted global marketplace.

These include:

  • Limited growth in established markets
  • Challenges around realizing value in rapid-growth economies
  • Increasingly complex routes to market
  • Rising and volatile cost pressures
  • Growing pressure to be responsible corporate citizens

Responding to these pressures, leading companies are focusing on the fundamentals, including:

  • More rigorous execution around core products in existing markets
  • Greater cost reductions to relieve pressure on margins
  • Better management of counterparty default risks and supply-chain risk

“In an environment of constant change and spiraling complexity, it is becoming increasingly apparent that the traditional operating model, if not broken, is no longer fit for purpose.”

- Anastasia Economos, Co-Global Household and Personal Care Leader, Ernst & Young LLP (US)

Whether your interests are domestic, regional or global, we have on-the-ground professionals in mature and rapid-growth markets (RGMs) and can bring the resources of a global team, coordinated through a single point of contact.

Our strong commitment to the HPC sector means we can offer in-depth knowledge, practical experience, strong industry relationships and genuine global reach to help you fulfill your objectives.

Take a closer look at some of the areas we can help you focus on to improve your company and supply chain:

Mark Twine Anastasia Economos
Mark Twine
Co-Global Household and Personal Care Leader
Ernst & Young LLP (UK)
Anastasia Economos
Co-Global Household and Personal Care Leader
Ernst & Young LLP (US)