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FMCG & Retail

From one brand to retailer, we will act both as a sales agent and brand advocate to tailor and execute a solution that meets your performance goals in the market.

Responding to the basic needs of the market – optimization costs and operations of the market entry strategy, reduction of logistics and customs costs and sales promotions, we offer services to launch a brand in the Russian market successfully and significantly expand and increase existing sales.

Nowadays to maintain the proper expansion strategy, brands and retailers all over the world need a local advisor with deep experience and understanding of the key market trends, drivers and consumers behaviour.

Our experts have comprehensive sales experience with famous FMCG brands. Deep knowledge of the market will allow us to determine the strategy of entering the market, to predict the potential sales volume that you can get on the Russian market.

What you get

  • Market analysis and sales forecast
  • “Road map” to enter a new market
  • Project management and operations support
  • Product adaptation to the Russian consumers
  • Start-up and expansion of sales
  • Brand awareness and promotion
  • Full export support
  • Supply chain and logistics including warehouse and production facilities

On August 6, 2014, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree banning or restricting the import of agricultural products, raw materials, and food from states that introduced economic sanctions against some Russian Federation residents.

Foreign direct investment in Russian companies in January-June 2019 increased to $11.6 billion from $8.4 billion for the same period last year, the Central Bank of Russia estimates the balance of payments of the Russian Federation for the second quarter of 2019.

Sales of cereals and breakfast cereals, juices and even chips with the designations “natural” at times exceeded the average in these categories.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) again lowered the forecast for global economic growth for 2019, noting the negative effects of trade tensions.

The main driver of growth in the market was chocolate sold by promotions and cheap cookies. Last year, on average, every Russian consumed 25.2 kg of confectionery. Sales increased over the year by 3% in physical terms, the market volume was 3.7 million tons.

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