Expert Opinion: The journey to net zero for food & agriculture - beyond target-setting
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Ms. Delivanis specializes in advising consumer products manufacturers and other consumer-oriented companies on a range of issues, including long-term transformation, the integration of sustainability into corporate strategy and operating model, portfolio re-shaping, organisational design and governance (including of the sustainability function), the institutionalisation of customer-centricity, innovation, venturing, disruptive business models, the delivery of short and medium-term organic growth and capability, and consumer need / behaviour / economic analytics.
She has advised on matters that include: Developing a future-proof corporate strategy for one of the largest players in a highly regulated consumer products business, de-signing and co-leading an ESG-driven business portfolio transformation at a leading UK private food company, designing economically viable and consumer-centric channel strategies across a range of consumer categories, developing the brand positioning for three international premium beer brands, and working on a significant performance improvement programme for one of the world’s largest food ingredients manufacturers. Christine is a recognised thought leader on the above topics at CRA and a conference speaker.
Ms. Delivanis joins CRA from Monitor Group, where she served as a consultant and partner for a total of 14 years and co-led the company’s Consumer Products business in the European continent. Ms. Delivanis holds a BA degree in Economics with High Honours from Williams College and an MS degree in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.