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Innovation in Consumer Products

As consumer expectations of products change, the new demands require innovation - but the way we approach that innovation must change, too. Join us for a fireside chat on the future of innovation in consumer products.

Innovation in Consumer Products






The way we innovate consumer products is changing.


This is, in part, a response to changing consumer expectations around sustainability and the rise of the conscious consumer. Brands are also using innovation to differentiate and carve out a white space for new products.

Join Kushal Fernandes  and Kate Swanson for a discussion with Raj Mukherjee to explore three timely questions:


  1. What does innovation for the conscious consumer look like?
  2. How can product innovation help cement the next generation of digital brands?
  3. Is ecosystem innovation necessary for long-term success?


Discussion will be followed by Q&A.




Where: Online — you can register here. A Zoom link will be shared with all registered participants. A recording will be made available after the event.


When: 1pm – 2pm ET, Friday November 19, 2021


Kushal Fernandes is Founding Member of Kearney’s Product Excellence and Renewal Lab (PERLab). At PERLab, Kushal leverages his engineering background to bring design-driven EBIT improvement to his clients.


Kate Swanson is the Founder of ENSEMBL, a design-driven housewares brand. ENSEMBL’s debut product collection, Stackware, utilizes design and engineering to bring new functionality to a tradition product category: cookware. Kate resides in Montréal.


Raj Mukherjee is a senior leader in the ecommerce space and sits on ENSEMBL‘s board of directors. He is a Founding Member of PERLab, currently leads operations at SellerX, and has previously held senior operations roles at SSENSE and consulting roles at Kearney and McKinsey.

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