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Reimagine the future of consumer products in the new era of connected commerce.

Today’s consumers expect brands to offer products and experiences that meet their individual preferences and match their commitment to social responsibility, health, and sustainability – immediately.

In this landscape, brands don’t just need to understand what their consumers want, but also how to orchestrate the end-to-end supply ecosystem to meet demand through next-generation digital manufacturing capabilities and resilient, agile, and flexible fulfillment channels.

“The behaviors of today’s consumers have shifted dramatically over the past 18 months and their expectations have evolved in parallel. With many of these changes proving permanent, brands are faced with the need to evolve and reinvent, rapidly and continuously.”

Tim Bridges, Capgemini’s Global Sectors leader and leader of Consumer Products, Retail, Distribution (CPRD) global sector practice

Client stories

The Future of Commerce

    The balancing act

    3 choices facing retailers and consumer brands in the new era of Connected Commerce

    Reinventing grocery

    5 realities defining the new era of connected commerce for grocers

    CornerShop, the store of tomorrow

    Capgemini, The Drum and SharpEnd have created CornerShop, a live store in London where we transform retail shopping and customer engagement to b

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      Sustainable Future

        What matters to today’s consumer 2024

        2024 consumer behavior tracker for the consumer product and retail industries

        How greater intelligence could supercharge supply chains


        A sustainable future calls for collective action, bolder leadership, and smarter technologies.

        Rethink series

        A series of whitepapers on how we need to rethink sustainability

        Reflect, rethink, reconsider: Why food waste is everybody’s problem

        Food loss or waste continues to be a major problem across the lifecycle of food.

        Shift towards sustainable packaging for greener, profitable future

        The right approach for optimizing both cost and sustainability

          The new era of retail: Seize opportunity with clarity

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          Meet our experts

          Kate Aydin

          US Consumer Products Lead, Capgemini
          Kate Aydin is the CPG Industry Portfolio Leader in Capgemini and drives the firm’s strategy in this vertical in the Americas. Before joining Capgemini, Kate served as the Chief Information Officer of Impossible Foods. She joined Impossible Foods in 2018 and built the Information Technology function from the ground up. Her transformative efforts have been recognized by Constellation Research, naming her as Constellation’s Business Transformation 150 in 2023 among other executives leading similar efforts across industries. Prior to Impossible Foods, Kate was the founder of her own boutique consulting firm, part of the technology teams at Clorox, Stryker, Rodan + Fields and British American Tobacco, and consulting teams here at Capgemini.

          Ted Levine

          US Executive Vice President, Capgemini
          Ted is an Executive Vice President at Capgemini, serving as a Business Unit Managing Director. With over 26 years of experience at Capgemini, he has spent his career serving clients directly and delivering on some of the largest and most complex Digital and Technology Transformations. Serving across a multitude of industries from Consumer Products and Retail to Hospitality and across Capgemini’s services from management consulting to managed services. Ted believes strong partnerships can create powerful work environments and empowered communities. As a leader for leaders, he serves as the sponsor of Capgemini’s Account Executive Community, empowering customer-first partners across the organization.

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