Favorite Innovations of 2017: Favorite Innovations from this Year, and What They Mean for the Future of FMCGs

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  • Report
  • 68 pages
  • GlobalData
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Favorite Innovations of 2017: Favorite innovations from this year, and what they mean for the future of FMCGs

Summary

"Favorite Innovations of 2017", report includes some of the most innovative and novel products from 2017, which have been selected and assessed by managers, researchers, and analysts with a wide range of individual specialties. This unique approach provides insight into the sheer variety of innovation in the FMCG market and how the market may develop in the coming years. The 2017 report also provides some action-focused insights based on different innovation types.

The author's industry experts have selected their favorite innovations of the previous 12 months and analyzed why they stand out in their ability to connect with consumers. These products and services provide inspiration for how companies across FMCG markets need to evolve in the following year and predicts what characteristics winning products will have in 2018.

Scope

The aim is to offer inspirations fro how to achieve five common goals in product development across the FMCG sectors:
  • Innovate in flavor and fragrance to create sensory excitement.
  • Adjust ingredients, formulas, or the production process to add functionality.
  • Use packaging to create more benefits.
  • Use techniques such as on-pack marketing and social media advertising to stand out.
  • Target a gap in the market and reach a new audience with unique positioning.
Reasons to buy
  • The author's industry experts have selected their favorite innovations of the previous 12 months and analyzed why they stand out in their ability to connect with consumers.
  • These products and services provide inspiration for how companies across FMCG markets need to evolve in the following year and predict what characteristics winning products will have in 2018.
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Executive Summary
How to use flavor and fragrance to create sensory excitement
How to add functional benefits to products
How to use packaging to create more benefits
How to use marketing techniques to stand out
How to reach a new audience with unique positioning
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