These are challenging times for consumer products companies.  Packaged goods and consumer durables businesses are facing shifting demographics, increasing complexity in global supply chains, and intensifying competition. It has become more difficult to drive higher levels of growth and productivity. Companies need to evolve their business models to deliver on shareholders’ expectations. Winning businesses are applying new tools and techniques to tackle these challenges head-on. A food and beverage company increased gross margin by 500 bps through a company-wide operational improvement program and some targeted M&A activity. A household products company doubled operating profit by optimizing its pricing and promotion, product portfolio, and end-to-end supply chain. We help consumer products companies implement these powerful solutions and achieve sustainable step-changes in performance and value.

How Consumers’ Health and Wellness Preferences Differ Across the Globe

David Garfield and Michael McCool spoke about AlixPartners' latest Health and Wellness report “Cracking the Code”, at the Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit in Singapore.

How do consumers in particular areas across the globe view health and wellness?

healthwellnessvideo

McCool and Garfield present our findings on consumers’ health-and-wellness preferences from around the world

health and wellness video

Cracking the code on consumers’ health and wellness preferences

To capture—and defend—market share, consumer products companies need to understand what consumers really want, which attributes they are willing to pay for, and how their preferences differ by country and other dimensions. 

Our deep dive into the industry uncovers why consumer products companies should fundamentally rethink their approach to Health & Wellness.

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To capture—and defend—market share, consumer products companies need to understand what consumers really want, which attributes they are willing to pay for, and how their preferences differ by country and other dimensions. 

Our deep dive into the industry uncovers why consumer products companies should fundamentally rethink their approach to Health & Wellness.

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Global Coordinators

Global Team

These are challenging times for consumer products companies.  Packaged goods and consumer durables businesses are facing shifting demographics, increasing complexity in global supply chains, and intensifying competition. It has become more difficult to drive higher levels of growth and productivity. Companies need to evolve their business models to deliver on shareholders’ expectations. Winning businesses are applying new tools and techniques to tackle these challenges head-on. A food and beverage company increased gross margin by 500 bps through a company-wide operational improvement program and some targeted M&A activity. A household products company doubled operating profit by optimizing its pricing and promotion, product portfolio, and end-to-end supply chain. We help consumer products companies implement these powerful solutions and achieve sustainable step-changes in performance and value.

How Consumers’ Health and Wellness Preferences Differ Across the Globe

David Garfield and Michael McCool spoke about AlixPartners' latest Health and Wellness report “Cracking the Code”, at the Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit in Singapore.

How do consumers in particular areas across the globe view health and wellness?

healthwellnessvideo

McCool and Garfield present our findings on consumers’ health-and-wellness preferences from around the world

health and wellness video

Cracking the code on consumers’ health and wellness preferences

To capture—and defend—market share, consumer products companies need to understand what consumers really want, which attributes they are willing to pay for, and how their preferences differ by country and other dimensions. 

Our deep dive into the industry uncovers why consumer products companies should fundamentally rethink their approach to Health & Wellness.

SEE MORE

To capture—and defend—market share, consumer products companies need to understand what consumers really want, which attributes they are willing to pay for, and how their preferences differ by country and other dimensions. 

Our deep dive into the industry uncovers why consumer products companies should fundamentally rethink their approach to Health & Wellness.

SEE MORE

In The News

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Global Coordinators

Global Team