Managing Director & Partner
Nicol Zhou joined BCG's Singapore office as an Associate in 2010, and transferred to New York in 2012. Nic is a core member of the Consumer and Marketing, Sales & Pricing practice areas. He is currently focused on growth-oriented transformations in the consumer sector.
Nic’s client work is concentrated on direct selling in the US and other key markets, including China, India, and Brazil. He is also an expert in sales and marketing topics in consumer packaged goods. He has recent case experience in the nutrition and beauty categories, as well as in wine, beer, and spirits—including craft spirits; and has also worked in retail, travel and tourism, and pharma and health care.
Within these sectors, Nic has expertise in industry forecasting and benchmarking, long-range strategic planning, vendor negotiations, digital strategy, and sales force effectiveness.
To gain the greatest sustainability advantage, they should act now. Three strategies can make a big difference.
Much more must be done to protect these essential and highly vulnerable businesses if we are to prevent extensive economic and social fallout.
Lojas de conveniência e bares e restaurantes da América Latina estão sob o risco de encerrar as atividades devido aos impactos da COVID-19, impondo um novo tipo de sofrimento à região. Este artigo traz três medidas que as empresas de bens de consumo podem adotar para ajudar o comércio tradicional.
Thousands of convenience stores, restaurants, and bars will fail during the pandemic. Multinational manufacturers have a chance to contain the damage.
Restaurants and traditional-trade stores are an integral part of the region’s economies and will be among its hardest-hit businesses. A coordinated effort by the public and private sectors is needed to sustain them through the crisis and help them rebuild.