Consumer Products

Our Consumer Products team works with some of the world's most innovative global brands

We partner with global FMCG and consumer product brands on talent and leadership both at board and general management level, and throughout the product cycle: from research & development and design through to manufacturing and operations and commercial and marketing. Our dedicated team has a deep understanding of best-in-class consumer businesses, whether fast-growth startups or some of the most established brands in the world.

Our Experience

Automotive
Beauty
Consumer Durables
Consumer Electronics
Food & Beverage
Household
Novelty, Games & Gadgets
Personal Care
Speciality

Selected Clients

Key People

Elliott Goldstein

Elliott Goldstein

Managing Partner

Moira Benigson

Moira Benigson

Founder & Chair

The MBS Group does a very good job in terms of briefing, managing, updating and giving feedback to the candidates. A very good experience with a very good result. MBS were very strong on industry knowledge, and rigorous in networking and making connections

RICHARD SHARP - HR DIRECTOR, GLOBAL FOODS CATEGORY, UNILEVER

Latest MBS News & Intelligence

MBS News

1 December 2020 - 8:06

FrieslandCampina Germany rolls out cost-cutting measures The German arm of FrieslandCampina is accelerating its transformation strategy, which will include the loss of 195 jobs. In a review of the business in November, FrieslandCampina identified that profit margins in Germany remained under pressure. Read more.


1 December 2020 - 8:03

Unilever completes unification process and becomes UK-listed company Since its formation, Unilever has been owned through two separated listed companies, a Dutch NV and a UK PLC. Today, the consumer goods giant has completed the unification of its legal structure and will operate under a single UK parent company. Read more.


30 November 2020 - 8:12

Greencore says second lockdown less impactful on food-to-go market According to UK sandwich giant Greencore, food-to-go sales were down approximately 20% year on year in September, which only increased to a 22% drop in October as restrictions tightened. Read more.