(Sea)PG: We put the Southeast Asia (Sea) in Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG).

Why do disruptive startups slavishly follow an identikit formula of business model, look and feel, and tone of voice? Because it works, sort of.
Whether it’s out of fear of visiting stores or wanting to re-stock pantries without hassle, consumers want seamless service online
Not specifically about consumer - just a great read on leadership I had to share!
Interesting points on India CPG DTC go-to-market strategies
Shopify will eventually have to find ways to attract small, unorganized brands and expand its potential market to make the subscription model viable. 
Google search traffic for cooking, exercise and crafts remains above normal levels
and why no legacy brand is safe...
What does the fear of death have to do with consumer goods? 
Consumer companies must develop new strategies to find micropockets of growth amid changing consumer preferences and market dynamics.
Going online not only cuts costs, but also removes physical distance from the purchase decision, playing to the strengths of the biggest, strongest brands.
How the global COVID-19 pandemic is forcing Southeast Asia into the future
Brands have started quickly testing their DTC channels as the lockdown catalyses a surge in demand and poor availability of products.
A lot has changed in the world over the last few months and one of those is the marketing space for brands.
16 May 2020

Unicorns < Camels

A camel, when referring to startups, is essentially a company that is Resilient, Cautious, Committed and Customer focused.
Launching Perromart's online vet service admist the COVID lockdown has been a blast. Check out my article on Perro!
Three potential futures for Covid-19: recurring small outbreaks, a monster wave, or a persistent crisis.
Many emerging brands have resorted to localized selling and rationalized their supply chain to reach consumers faster.
Growthwell is planning to launch a 90% chickpea protein isolate specially designed for plant-based dairy and meat alternatives.
Companies that own their supply chains will have the upper hand.
YOU, which produces gummy vitamins for adults and kids, has recently distributed over 50,000 multivitamin gummies to 36 hospitals across greater Jakarta to support medical professionals amidst the COVID outbreak.