Fast-moving consumer goods are one of the most versatile, but also fastest-moving markets around. End customers expect more and more choice and higher and higher quality while remaining price-conscious. This applies not only to the vast food sector but also to other convenience goods.
Executives in the consumer goods sector have to make decisions at short notice and be able to work under pressure while at the same time being creative enough to recognise the trends of tomorrow today. Product managers in this business segment support new brands and product lines from their development to their final market launch, so they need in-depth knowledge of the respective consumer goods sector.
The QRC Group is THE human resources consulting firm for filling FMCG managers (Executive Search), such as market managers and directors of development and production and in the search for experts such as category managers or purchasing specialists (Expert Search) as well as in Interim Management. You, too, can trust our experienced consultants and recruiters with expert knowledge in the consumer goods sector to fill important future positions.
In the FMCG sector, change is part of day-to-day business and especially small and medium-sized companies often cannot cover their costs with just one well-placed product in the consumer sector. A good strategy with the right experts and executives is one of the most important sales drivers for these companies.
New Ways Of Thinking
Besides establishing new variants of your main products and expanding the signature brands, establishing new brands that satisfy the needs of the end customer that the competition has not even identified yet is also a critical area. This is where companies need visionaries with foresight who are able to work economically despite all their enthusiasm.
Headhunting For FMCG Specialists
In the field of the fast-moving consumer goods industry, the QRC Group recruits experts and executives for successful German companies. Our human resources consultants and recruiting specialists have an extensive and resilient network in the consumer goods sector and have themselves held core positions in the industry for many years before specialising in headhunting in this field.
Due to the high workload associated with the introduction and establishment of new signature brands, SMEs in particular often enlist the support of an interim manager for this purpose. This is economical and usually brings optimal results thanks to the outside perspective. However, such positions can often take more time and effort to fill: Temporary positions in product management are lucrative and bring a good reputation, but more and more executives and experts tend to opt for secure, if less innovation-oriented positions.
To recruit product managers for a key interim position at a mid-sized consumer goods company, we have to make the right arguments, inform them and inspire them. Our decades of experience in consumer-oriented companies and our reliable contacts in all sectors of the industry help us to do this.
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