We use cookies to improve your experience. By using our site you are accepting our cookie policy. 
Read our privacy policy to learn more.

The Fluid Consumer

The Fluid Consumer

Next Generation Growth and Branding in the Digital Age

Teo Correia


The Fluid Consumer takes an in-depth look at the consumer and retail industry's profound shifts in the digital age, and their implications for business models and branding. It provides clear instructions to allow businesses to define new operating models and adopt disruptive new ways of digital consumer engagement.

Buy product Buy now

About the book

The Fluid Consumer provides a detailed analysis of the consumer and retail industry's profound shifts in the digital era. The book looks deeply into implications for business and branding models but serves also as a practical guide for companies to find innovative modes of operation in the face of digitally empowered consumers. Starting with an analysis on consumer behaviour in the age of hyper-digitisation, the book explores topics such as gathering consumer insights through advanced analytics, finding the optimal channel-mix in digital marketing, leveraging the "Living Services" concept, creating seamless consumer journeys and harnessing the power of start-ups.

In doing so, The Fluid Consumer focuses on the rise of an increasingly 'fluid' consumer who combines rapidly dwindling brand loyalty with swiftly growing brand expectations. A comprehensive Closed Loop model explains the best paths for fast moving goods companies to engage with digitalised consumers in the future, providing clear strategies to remain competitive and successful in the new digital era.

Book Details

  • EAN: 9780749478377
  • Edition: 1
  • Published: 3rd November 2016
  • Hardback
  • Dimensions: 215x155
  • 200 pages

About the Author

Teo Correia is the Global Senior Managing Director of Accenture's Consumer Goods & Services industry group. He is responsible for global industry planning, digital & innovation strategy, investment plans and client development strategy for the global Consumer Goods and Services practice.

Teo Correia