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Consumer Products & Retail
Executing ruthlessly to deliver sustainable value
Companies are failing to keep pace with changing consumer needs. Complexity is spiraling out of control. New business models are disrupting the old certainties. The levers that power growth are broken.
Those that over depend on cost efficiencies to boost profits and satisfy shareholders risk irrelevance. They must address long-term structural change by tilting the balance back towards profitable growth.
At EY, we’ll help you find and hold on to the point of balance that ignites performance in your business. We'll do that by asking better questions. Those questions will reveal better responses to disruptive market change and innovative strategies that put you ahead of the competition.
- Reigniting growth and improving commercial performance
- Winning in emerging markets
- Creating a fit-for-future supply chain
- Placing gender on the agenda
Are people the most important variable in your data analytics equation?
Companies that use analytics in the right way can transform their performance. How can you ensure they deliver full value?
EY- Microsoft alliance launch EY CASH
This new analytics platform aims to help consumer products companies deploy commercial analytics, transforming business performance.
Does the thinking you know deliver the results you need?
The balance of the consumer products (CP) industry continues to be disrupted. Companies know they need to change, and they are trying to change.