BIG BRANDS, BIG ACHIEVERS.
High profile and constantly evolving, FMCG and consumer goods companies are the force behind some of the world’s biggest brands; from food and beverage business to personal care, luxury goods or hardware and apparel. Always thinking bigger, and with an insatiable appetite for improvement, manufacturers and importers are always interrogating every dimension of the supply chain to protect margins. The unique market duopoly and increasing pressure from independent retailers continue to challenge suppliers. It is a constant balancing act between minimising costs, improving processes, finding new markets and realising innovation.
Pushing the pace of development, production and distribution is vital. Retailers are becoming savvy and they expect their suppliers to be one step ahead. Extracting and understanding data, unlocking category insights and building a deeper understanding of shopper behaviour is crucial to realise innovation. Having the right people to drive every aspect is essential. Just as customer loyalty can make or break a brand, the right people can make a demonstrable difference to the bottom line.
Attracting talent based on skills alone is no longer enough. Leadership coupled with a technical skill set and accountability is critical for all roles. Our dedicated FMCG and consumer goods team who work across all categories including the likes of food and beverage, alcohol, personal care; as well as apparel, sporting goods, toys and hardware and are experts in the sector and well connected with top-tier suppliers and retailers across Australia and internationally. We have a deep pool of talent, but more importantly, we know ‘who’ is required and ‘how’ they can add real value to the organisation.
Senior Recruitment Partner | Executive Search & Talent Management
Senior Recruitment Partner | Executive Search & Talent Management Melbourne and Sydney
National Resource Manager | Executive Search & Talent Management Melbourne
Recruitment Specialist Melbourne
National Resource Manager Melbourne