United Kingdom presentations

Presentations

23/01/2020
We review the latest activity from leading UK retailers and suppliers as they seek to help shoppers be vegan for January and beyond. With examples from retailers including Tesco, Co-op, Waitrose, Sainsbury's, and Amazon, amongst others.
23/01/2020
We look at range of the bulk offers now being explored by a growing number of retailers as a means to create a differentiated dimension in value for shoppers and to target a range of incremental customer needs.
23/01/2020
2019 was a big year for Poundland. It began making significant changes to its proposition, as part of its continued evolution moving away from being a single priced retailer to a simple price retailer. It also began trialling a new chilled and frozen range. In this report we showcase what we’ve seen in stores, explore other changes happening in Poundland and what they mean for suppliers.
21/01/2020
To survive and indeed thrive, businesses need to know and understand these four forces and assess the potential impacts and opportunities for their business, and then apply this thinking to their future plans and strategies.
17/01/2020
We compare the festive strategies and trading performances of the UK’s leading grocers and look ahead to factors influencing trading in 2020. For each major retailer that has reported (Aldi, Lidl, Morrisons, M&S, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Waitrose & Partners) we provide details of festive performance and analyse the factors that shaped their results. Trading data and results analysis from other retailers is also included.
17/01/2020
Know when to expect results’ releases and compare retailer performances over the crucial Christmas trading period.
16/01/2020
Our predictions for the trends that will shape food-to-go in 2020
14/01/2020
Food discounters are now catching up with other major retailers in terms of sustainable developments and are sometimes leading the way. This report gives an overview on how Europe and North America based discounters are preparing and contributing to a more sustainable future.
14/01/2020
In this month's snapshot: Lidl to enter two new markets, Dollar General strong expansion plans, a closer look at Hema partnerships and Aldi store openings to 2024.
13/01/2020
We look at five key trends set to shape the Western Europe in 2020. Retailers are continuing to invest in private labels, health, wellness and lifestyle choices. At the same time, retailers are focusing on evolving existing strategies and creating innovative store formats.
09/01/2020
Download the latest like-for-like and profits data published by UK retailers.
08/01/2020
In this round-up we share our key highlights and trends that impressed us over the last few months in the course of our store visits. In the report we present examples from retailers globally including SPAR in Norway, Jumbo in Belgium, Kaufland in Romania, the US’s Wegmans, and South Korea’s Homeplus, amongst others.
08/01/2020
Lucky Saint is an unfiltered alcohol free and low-calorie beer that is progressively brewed, and claims to be an alcohol free beer of uncompromising taste.
07/01/2020
Kantar market shares are generated using Kantar Worldpanel's till-roll scanning methodology and extrapolated using a sample of 30,000 households. Figures are calculated over a rolling 12 week period and include VAT.
19/12/2019
A monthly summary of the latest developments in the discount channel globally. We provide additional insights and our analysis on various topics, such as private labels, retailer strategies or digital developments related to the channel.
17/12/2019
In this report we share highlights from our brand new research looking at the opportunity for hot food-to-go.
12/12/2019
In this presentation we look at the regional and country forecasts for grocery retailing to 2024. With the global grocery retail landscape changing fast, providing both opportunities and challenges for your business we look at the changes to our outlook to help you better understand how we see them growing and evolving to 2024.
11/12/2019
We provide an updated overview of the key executive changes amongst UK retailers and suppliers that took place in the fourth quarter of 2019.
10/12/2019
We look at the strategic priorities for Co-op, the UK’s largest consumer co-operative. Its heritage as a responsible retailer increasingly resonates with more socially conscious shoppers. Building on these core values, it is focusing on implementing strategies that will set it up for long term success and fulfil its vision to be ‘the number one convenience retailer in the UK’
10/12/2019
We explore five key themes this Christmas, and provide retailer overviews of Christmas campaigns and in-store execution. This report includes examples from UK retailers such as Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Morrisons, Marks and Spencer, Waitrose, Aldi, and Lidl, amongst others.
09/12/2019
Europe’s largest grocery retailer continues to evolve and update its stores to better prepare for the future. This report will give you an overview of the latest developments and priorities that could suggest what Lidl stores of the future could look like. New store formats will be environmentally sustainable, focus on efficiency and offer a much improved shopping experience thanks to better design and fixtures.
05/12/2019
Compare retail execution from Boots, Superdrug, Debenhams and key UK grocery operators for health & beauty gifting this Christmas.
03/12/2019
We set out our market and channel predictions for Christmas 2019 and assess retailers' trading momentum as they enter the festive period. This report also includes key findings from our ShopperVista Christmas research.
02/12/2019
We’re wrapping up 2019 by looking at some of the most insightful discount stores we visited this year. This report will give you a view on how the discount channel is evolving globally. Discounters use a more shopper centric strategy, they invest in technology in their stores and evolve their assortments to align with latest trends.
26/11/2019
Waitrose & Partners has introduced an invisible air door at its Berkhamsted store in Hertfordshire, that has the potential to reduce energy consumption by up to 10% and save between £5,000 - £10,000 per store.