Consumer markets

Sustainable strategies to help you navigate an ever-changing economy

Across Canada, we offer 250 retail and consumer professionals with experience serving companies in all areas of retail and consumer packaged goods — from mass merchandisers and specialty stores to manufacturers of alcoholic beverages, food, and health and beauty care.

This range of experience gives us a strong understanding of the issues retail and consumer companies are facing across the entire supply chain, from manufacturer to final consumer purchase.

Our professionals utilize their business, strategy and technology skills to provide retail and consumer companies with a broad range of business and financial services. We also use these skills when helping retail and consumer companies tackle some of the most challenging industry issues.

Building supply chain resiliency amid macroeconomic volatility

Geopolitical uncertainty. Increased regulation. Inflation. Cyber attacks. And unforeseen black swan events.

These macroeconomic risks are becoming more prominent for Canadian retail and consumer goods companies that depend on the smooth functioning of their multi-tiered global supply chains. As major global retailers invest in mitigating their biggest risks, other businesses remain exposed.

We’ve created a guide for Canadian retail and consumer markets companies to better understand their supply chain risks. We’ve also outlined mitigation tactics and strategies that help build resilience in a world of increased macroeconomic volatility.
Manage your supply chain risks (PDF)



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Myles Gooding

Myles Gooding

Global Consumer Markets Advisory Leader, PwC Canada

Elisa Swern

Elisa Swern

Consumer Markets Leader, Partner, PwC Canada

Tel: +1 416 723 1229