Opportunities and Threats to the FMCG Industry in 2021: A Global Executives Survey examines areas with the most significant cost rises between now and 2021. Additionally, the survey assesses consumer concerns and evaluates future effectiveness of claims and advertising channels. Organizations can also understand latest opportunities and threats within the industry, to validate primary research observations.
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Significant cost rises: identifies areas with the most significant cost rises over the next five years within the FMCG industry
Impact of new legislation and regulations: analyzes the effect of change in new legislation and regulations on the business of FMCG companies
Healthier or 'better-for-you' products: tracks significance of investment opportunities in healthier or 'better-for-you' products
Consumer preference towards ingredients: identifies food ingredients which consumers expect to avoid by 2021
Effectiveness of new product claims: analyzes FMCG industry executives' opinion about effectiveness of consumers' new product claims over the next five years
Budget for data analytics: tracks the change in size of budget allocated to data analytics by FMCG companies
Effectiveness of advertising channels: identifies the change in effectiveness of advertising channels by 2021
Managing rising ingredient costs and the costs of complying with legislative changes will be key to success for FMCG companies over the next five years. Concerns surrounding lifestyle diseases and pollution are increasing among consumers, which stands as an opportunity for companies to maneuver their product positioning strategies for 2021. Furthermore, the majority of executives agree that fresh, natural, and pure marketing claims will remain tried and tested methods for attracting customers.
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Over the next five years, 50% of respondents expect new legislation and regulations will have a moderate impact on their business
Lifestyle diseases and pollution will be more important concerns for consumers
Overall, 40% of respondents either agree or strongly agree that there is space in FMCG market to invest in healthy or 'better-for-you' products
Fresh and Local will be the optimum product positioning for the next five years
Social media and video sharing websites will be the popular advertising channels for FMCG companies over the next five years
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Organizations can actively optimize their business operations and supply chain management by knowing the areas which will have the most significant cost rises
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Helps organizations' to allocate funds towards consumer demand for most effective product claims in various regions
By 2021, organizations can improve their promotional abilities and develop their brand awareness by knowing about the most effective advertising channels
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increasing costs of complying with legislation and ingredient costs will be key
to success in 2021
2. There will be heavy investment in naturally sweetened products through until 2021
3. Fresh and local will be the optimum product positioning in 2021
4. Data analytics budgets will go up by 31% and companies will hire a Chief Analytics Officer
5. Innovation in online advertising will be the defining feature of advertising in 2021