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FMCG and durable products

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FMCG and durable products Executive Search

This business to business sector covers all manufactured products that are distributed to the retail sector.

Innovation is key to brand development whether this relates to technology advancement of consumer electronics and appliances, packaging and design, new product development, manufacturing infrastructure, brand extension and loyalty.

The top FMCG, or consumer packaged goods, companies are characterised by their ability to produce the items that are in highest demand by consumers and, at the same time, develop loyalty and trust towards their brands.

Typical appointments managed by the global team of Stanton Chase consultants for this sector include: Executive, Finance and Heads of Function positions, Country Management, Sales, Marketing and Innovation, Operations and Supply Chain, Category Management and Business Development.

  • Consumer packaged goods
  • Alcoholic drinks (beer, wines & spirits)
  • Soft drinks
  • Consumer appliances (white & brown goods)
  • Cleaning & household
  • Consumer durables
  • Toiletries
  • Over the counter (OTC) pharmaceuticals & healthcare products
  • Male grooming
  • Cosmetics
  • Dairy products
  • Fresh & frozen products
  • Bakery products
  • Confectionery
  • Tobacco
  • Toys
  • Stationary products
  • Food ingredients

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