Consumer Products

We partner with global FMCG and consumer product brands on acquiring talent within the areas of Beauty, Food and Beverages, Textiles and Technologies. Our deep understanding of the shifting economic marketplace and our clients’ objectives allow us to select and deliver talent across a wide variety of management and professional roles.

Recent Projects

Communications Director – UK

Leading British Cosmetics Retailer

Head of Ecommerce – EMEA

Leading Sports Brand

Merchandise Planning Manager

Leading Cosmetics Retailer

VP Customer Success

Technology & Services Company

Commercial Director – UK

Leading British Retailer

Managing Director – UK

International Skin Care Company

Sales Director – EMEA

Leading British Cosmetics Retailer

Trade Marketing Manager

Leading Global Eyewear Manufacturer

Consumer News

Fuller, Smith & Turner gets four per cent sales boost, but warns Brexit uncertainty could mean trouble for pubs
July 24, 2018 - Pub chain Fuller Smith & Turner said sales had risen during the summer, although it warned that Brexit uncertainty could spell bad news for the sector. In the first 16 weeks of the year, like-for-like sales in its managed pubs and hotels rose four per cent, while profits in its tenanted inns increased four per cent. Beer and cider volumes ...

Summer sales lose fizz over CO2 shortage, says Britvic
July 24, 2018 - A lack of CO2 has hampered Britvic from making the most of the hot weather, the drinks firm said this morning. Third quarter revenues at the maker of Pepsi and Robinsons rose 3.4 per cent to £366.9m, with Britvic saying it was confident it would hit market expectations for the full year. Its carbonates division was boosted by growth from ...

Unilever posts lower than expected sales in second quarter
July 24, 2018 - Consumer goods maker Unilever reported lower-than-expected second-quarter sales on Thursday, hurt by a Brazilian transport strike and weak pricing. The Anglo-Dutch maker of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, Dove soap and Hellmann’s mayonnaise said underlying sales rose 1.9 percent, excluding the recently divested spreads business. On that basis, analysts on average were expecting growth of 2.3 percent.

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