Managing Director & Partner
Daniel Azevedo leads Boston Consulting Group’s Consumer and Global Advantage practices in Brazil, and the Center for Costumer Insight for Latin America.
Since joining BCG in 2010, Daniel has acquired broad functional expertise on topics from strategy to operations, and has worked with clients across sectors, including consumer goods, industrial goods, and financial services.
In order to bring value to his clients, Daniel seeks clarity on the underlying value drivers and leverages his clients’ capabilities to help consolidate true sources of sustained competitive advantage.
Prior to joining BCG, Daniel worked as a strategy consultant at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
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Several trends we identified a month ago have endured, while important and potentially lasting shifts in consumer thinking and behavior are also becoming apparent.
Consumers in emerging markets are both fearful and guardedly optimistic. This yin-and-yang tension is shaped by the character of these vibrant but complex markets.
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.
By taking bold steps during the country’s long, tough downturn, some underperforming companies emerged even stronger than their leading peers. Here’s how they did it.
Com o cenário econômico brasileiro dos últimos anos, o sentimento e as expectativas do consumidor tendem a sofrer mudanças contínuas. Diante desse contexto, o BCG desenvolveu e executou uma pesquisa com 3.000 consumidores em território nacional para entender o que é possível esperar para o consumo brasileiro em 2020.
In a complex post-election landscape, BCG sought to understand consumer sentiment and leveraged a survey with 2,000 respondents nationwide to anticipate what can be expected to consumption behavior in 2019.