Managing Director & Partner
Namit Puri is a core member of Boston Consulting Group’s Global Advantage, Consumer, and Marketing, Sales & Pricing practices. He leads market acceleration within the Global Advantage practice globally, assisting companies in reimagining their go-to-market plans by harnessing deep local expertise in emerging markets and beyond. He has deep experience in consumer goods and retail, including specialty retail and consumer telecom. Namit also leads BCG's consumer product work for India, covering fast-moving consumer goods, consumer durables, and appliances.
Over the course of his career, Namit has worked with consumer products clients on strategy, product portfolio, branding and merchandizing, go-to-market, supply chain, pricing, operations, and transformation programs. He has worked both with family-run businesses and multinationals–partnering with them to transform and achieve their bold aspirations. He also has significant expertise in people and organization and marketing strategy.
Prior to joining BCG in 2011, Namit worked with Accenture.
BCG, in association with RAI, has released its annual flagship report about "Leveraging AI and powering retail with analytics".
Emerging-market companies that sell through retailers must respond to evolving customer needs, navigate a new landscape, and lower their costs.
The influence of digital in FMCG is often understated—India is severely lagging behind in digital spends despite a massive online population. By 2020, approximately $45 billion of the FMCG spend will be digitally influenced.
This report was published by BCG in association with the Retailers Association of India. The study explores the digital opportunity in India through some secular trends and lesser-known facts about the digital behavior of consumers.
This publication was released by BCG in association with RAI. India's digital revolution requires retailers to re-think their consumer value proposition and align their business models.
This report was released by BCG in association with CII. The report assesses the impact of the trends and imperatives for retail companies to win in India.