Consumer Products

Industry Challenges

Consumer goods companies have been very progressive in the digital space, and brands have executed highly effective and low-cost digital marketing campaigns to capture the attentions of consumers.

In order to remain competitive, companies will have to adapt to new buying behaviours as they emerge, such as shopping through voice, enabled by the internet of things (IOT) and connected devices.

To continue to meet these challenges, consumer goods companies must ensure they have the right leadership in place. This will allow them to drive personalised and engaging customer experiences while navigating a highly complex and ever-changing competitor landscape.

A more health-conscious approach from consumers and a more discerning view on ingredients, materials, and the supply chain of consumer goods has led to wholesale changes in the industry as companies adapt to meet changing consumer requirements.

Our Experience

Talent research specialists in FMCG.

From establishing new talent pools and supporting business growth to identifying leadership teams who can help the company meet new customer demands, our insights will give your talent acquisition strategy an unparalleled advantage.

The Armstrong Craven team are experts in talent research and are always ready to support companies as they grow with the industry.


Stat 5.4%

Source: Allied Market Research

The global FMCG market size was valued at $10,020.0 billion in 2017 and is projected to reach $ 15,361.8 billion by 2025, registering a CAGR of 5.4% from 2018 to 2025.

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