Disciplines & Areas of Expertise
BMCSA specializes in a wide range of areas within the beverage industry that include:
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BMCSA's Competitive Advantages
- More than 40 years of beverage marketplace experience
- Continuous tracking of the global beverage industry
- Constant pursuit of the next frontier in the beverage marketplace
- Credibility before the investment community
- First hand contact with senior management of industry participants
- Senior staff with proven track record within the beverage industry
- Ability to deploy and maintain a world class client service team, according to client's needs
Brand development – Strong brands are the cornerstone for success in the beverage marketplace and BMCSA's experience in positioning, portfolio management, new product development and brand revitalization assists its clients in building a brand that will thrive in today's ever changing beverage marketplace.
Corporate strategy development – BMCSA's expertise extends to the identification and implementation of corporate development strategies, often as the result of our analysis and client recommendations regarding potential acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and strategic partnerships.
Growth strategies – BMCSA's analyses regarding entering new markets, penetrating new channels, targeting new consumers or developing their portfolio provides the "where", "how", "why" and "when" to the client's strategies and tactics in the beverage marketplace.
Market assessment and analysis – A fundamental discipline of BMCSA is the targeted analysis of a well-defined beverage industry sector; whether it is by category package, channel, technology or geography our hands-on industry experience allows us to quickly and comprehensively evaluate and identify the structure, future dynamics, competitive positions and potential opportunity areas for any given sector.
Supply chain and distribution strategies – BMCSA's supply chain research activities assist clients in identifying areas of competitive advantage and potential synergies as well as possible operating models for specific products regarding hybrid manufacturing systems, inventory management, direct store vs. warehouse distribution, role of price promotions, channel analysis and information systems development.