Constant disruption continues to challenge the consumer industry, ushering new opportunities

India is emerging as one of the key markets wherein global players are seeing immense growth potential in the consumer sector. Given the high population and increasing disposable income, the consumer sector is expected to see growth in housing, food, consumer durables, communication sectors, and transport segments among other sectors.

Modern technology has had a huge impact on this sector and has become a key aspect of sustenance. Technology and innovation in the industry has radically simplified-yet-improved the operations as well as provided better growth strategies.

We at TeamLease, utilise ‘best-in-class’ staffing processes and frameworks for all our clients. We have delivered unparalleled quality service to our customers pan-India using end-to-end integrated technology solutions.

In addition to that, we have empowered diverse set of customers to transform their staffing operations and improve employee satisfaction in line with effective management policies.

Industry Overview

Through the course of time, the consumer sector has gone a major shift. Due to high rise in disposable income of Tier 2 & 3 cities, increasing competition and use of technology, there is a high expectation in terms of quality of the product. Highly skilled employees who can maintain the consistency of a product are becoming necessary in this sector. TeamLease staffing methodology covers the entire associate life-cycle and client value chain.

Examples Of Our Work

Enhancing Productivity and Compliance for a Leading Consumer Goods Firm

Delivering Expert Field Sales Force Management for Retail Giant

Compensation Optimization for a Large manufacturer of Home Appliances

End to End Management of TL Associates for Arcolab

In The Media

“The foray of organised retail into tier 2 and 3 towns, rising aspirations and multiple options to finance purchase means companies need more manpower...”

Balasubramanian A

VP & Business Head

Economic Times, March 29, 2024

"Notably, in the gig economy dominated by the ecommerce and logistics sector, the hiring of women surged by over 40% in 2023 compared to the preceding year 2022.".

Kartik Narayan

CEO - Staffing

The Economic Times, March 01, 2024

“Promoting eco-friendly practices and responsible tourism can attract conscious travellers and improve the long-term sustainability of the sector, potentially leading to new job opportunities in eco-tourism and related fields.”

Balasubramanian A

VP & Business Head

YourStory, January 26, 2024

This festival season – roughly from Onam to Diwali – is expected to breach the 700,000 mark in creation of new gig jobs. That is 75 per cent more than the 400,000 in last year’s…

TeamLease Services Limited

Business Standard, September 12, 2023