Food, Drink & Consumer Goods 

Food, drink, and consumer goods companies are the foundation of the modern consumer-based economy. However, changing demographics, weakening consumer demand, volatile input and energy costs, expansion into emerging markets, outsourcing, and branding are all having an impact on today’s consumer businesses.

To help address these issues, companies are seeking ways to fine tune their supply chains, make their offerings more competitive, and discover new channels of distribution. This is where KPMG LLP can help.

The professionals in our Food, Drink, and Consumer Goods practice have extensive experience working with clients across all segments of the industry. This gives them deep knowledge and valuable insight into the business complexities our clients face.

In addition, our track record in major markets provides us with knowledge to assist our clients in recognizing opportunities and taking actions in response to industry, marketplace, and regulatory changes.

Cyber Security: It’s not just about technology

This webcast will provide participants with a concrete model they can use to assess their organization’s cyber maturity and to implement sustainable cyber security practices.


You will learn about:

  • Evolving cyber threats – what is new?
  • The cyber landscape: how consumer organizations are responding
  • The Cyber Maturity Assessment: how to find answers to “Are we prepared?” and “How safe are we?”
  • Immediate action items – 10 key questions to determine next steps


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      ConsumerCurrents Issue 16

      ConsumerCurrents Issue 16
      ConsumerCurrents 16 explores opportunities and challenges that face the consumer industry as it seeks to generate growth that adds enduring value.

      How KPMG can help

        We offer a number of services to help our clients address the issues they face, in the key areas of growth, operations and managing risk. These issues include:

        • Shifts in consumer behavior
        • Financial management – cost management, budgeting, and forecasting and tax strategies
        • Business operating model structure
        • Integration of new technology
        • Talent management
        • Operational efficiency – supply chain management, commodity price volatility, sourcing, business intelligence
        • Innovation and R&D
        • Reporting and regulation - corporate governance and stakeholder expectations, IFRS
        • Sustainability and the environment
        • Market entry and expansion
        • Mergers and acquisitions

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        Pat Dolan

        Pat Dolan
        National Line of Business Leader Consumer Markets

        +1 (312) 665-2311


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