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On Wednesday 5th June, Berwick Partners was delighted to be joined by Douglas Lamont, Chief Executive of innocent, as guest host for our Consumer Leadership Dinner held at 1 Lombard Street, London. The event was attended by numerous CEOs and MDs, from a broad range of consumer goods businesses to discuss and debate the role of ‘Sustainability and Purpose in Business’ as Katie Hart, a Consultant in our Consumer and Retail Practice explains.

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment

During a truly enjoyable evening with leaders from across beauty and lifestyle brands, we debated the current consumer landscape, changing behaviours and just how brands, old and new, can effectively compete in an increasingly fragmented consumer world. With representatives from brands such as KMI, Morphe, Black & Blum, Feelunique and Essity, we surmised a number of key learnings, our guiding principles to embracing a seamless consumer approach.

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment, Retail Recruitment

While some CEOs and leaders may lack the level of experience or understanding in areas such as digital, IT, marketing and HR when it comes to omnichannel application – they should look to assess the talent around them. Claire Stewart discusses the importance of full buy-in from the very top of a company when it comes to the success of a omnichannel strategy in Retail Sector.

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment

The Unilever buyout of healthy food snack firm Graze is yet another example of big FMCG heavyweights taking on smaller challenger brands to drive expansion, harness innovation and diversify into 'fashionable' growing markets and consumer trends – spanning health, socially-conscious, purpose-driven and subscription-based services. 

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment

Unfailing consumer experience is now the Holy Grail, but consumer journeys are becoming more fragmented than ever - can brands really afford to stop at a direct-to-consumer proposition? To build a stronger relationship with consumers through an ongoing dialogue, brands need to immerse themselves within consumers’ lives. This requires a lot more than finding a distribution centre and adding a shopping cart to the top right of our screens. Whilst technological advances are the life-blood of new, innovative brands, how can large and established businesses embrace and afford change quickly enough to retain their hard earned consumers?

Categories: Consumer & FMCG Recruitment

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