KPMG's Consumer Markets practice is a network of experienced professionals based in member firms around the world.
The practice encompasses food, drink, tobacco, apparel, consumer durables and fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), as well as luxury goods.
Our aim is to help our firms' clients make the most of the challenges and opportunities presented by a constantly changing business environment.We offer a number of services to help our clients address the issues facing their industry, in the key areas of governance, performance and growth.
These issues include:
- reporting and regulation
- corporate governance and stakeholder expectations
- sustainability and the environment
- business operating model structure
- managing operational efficiency
- supply chain management
- innovation and R&D
- market entry and expansion
- consumer trends
- private label
- private equity investment.
ConsumerCurrents Issue 20
This issue of ConsumerCurrents focuses on the ways consumer businesses are daring to innovate in order to grow in an ever-changing and challenging marketplace.
China Connected Consumers
The survey analyses responses from 10,150 luxury consumers in China on their online spending patterns. A sequel to a 2014 survey which also analysed online luxury spending in China, the new report highlights the rise of online transactions, as well as the increasingly important roles of social media and mobile devices.
ConsumerCurrents Issue 19
Uber is now valued at $41 billion, and delivery startup Shyp has freshly raised $10 million to fund its expansion. Newcomers are upending just about every consumer category today, from movies (Netflix) and laundry services (Washio) to hotels (Airbnb).
ConsumerCurrents Issue 18
This issue of ConsumerCurrents discusses how consumer companies are addressing challenges and opportunities resulting from the tectonic shifts in technology, global demographics and the economy. Topics include pricing strategy, customer loyalty, online business models, counterfeit goods and the rise of ASEAN.