Global Summit in Kyoto on June 6 – 8, 2023. Innosight is a proud member of the Consumer Goods Forum and attended the
This year’s theme – “The Pursuit of Harmony In Turmoil” – explored issues around business growth, sustainability, accelerating innovation, and consumer-driven business models.
Featured Consumer Goods Insights
Forward-thinking consumer goods companies that develop a sharp point of view on how their environment is changing can capitalize on the opportunities these shifts may present. Read the new report.
More than 700 consumer goods industry leaders shared insights over three days about the challenges that suppliers, brands, and retailers face in pursuing responsible growth. We found that growth strategy and innovation were top of mind and synthesized three key takeaways. Download our summary of The Consumer Goods Forum Global Summit.
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Creating higher-quality products and services that consumers willingly pay more for is an effective strategy to counter inflation and consumer fatigue from price increases. We explore three keys to premiumization success. Read the briefing.
Our 2021 Corporate Longevity Forecast explores innovation during the COVID pandemic and the disruptive forces that making their way through fast-growing “hybrid industries” like digital healthcare, retail-tainment, and e-mobility. Read the report.
In this Harvard Business Review article, Innosight’s Scott D. Anthony and P&G’s Bruce Brown take you inside how P&G built a successful growth factory and boost the success rate of its innovation projects. Read the article.
Firms have never known more about their customers, but their processes remain hit-or-miss. Find out why in our Harvard Business Review article.
Understanding how recent shifts in consumer behavior will play out longer term will better position companies for growth in the recovery. Read our executive briefing.
Health and wellness represent a growing opportunity for food and beverage companies. To successfully compete, they will need to shift their focus from categories or products to their health-conscious consumers’ “jobs to be done.” Read our executive briefing.
B2B companies face unique challenges in understanding changing customer needs and behaviors. By following five principles, they can widen the aperture of potential opportunities for innovation and navigate disruptive change. Read our executive briefing.