Global retailing store visits

Presentations

27/02/2015
Konzum has refurbished its stores and invested into private label product development, while Metro Group’s Metro Cash&Carry has launched e-commerce and Lidl has clearly pursued its format strategy towards a supermarket concept. See their latest innovation in this report.
20/02/2015
We explore Finnish market leader S Group’s largest hypermarket. Highlights include click & collect, its new-look deli, commitment to local sourcing and its outstanding bakery.
20/02/2015
We explore how the retailer is excelling in large formats, while shifting its focus towards proximity retailing…
10/02/2015
We visited this newly opened Kesko supermarket in Helsinki where we appreciated the retailer’s new food-to-go department, outstanding fresh food, its extensive range and focus on price.
07/01/2015
We visited Coop Sverige’s busiest store in Sweden where we appreciated how the retailer is meeting multiple shopper missions in a busy transport hub.
19/12/2014
We visited ICA’s largest hypermarket in Sweden, as well as a premium supermarket where we appreciated outstanding big box retail that maximises theatre and customer service.
08/12/2014
Waurn Ponds is one of Coles’ latest superstore formats, combining the best feature of recent format trials and displaying new look categories that give the store destination appeal and local relevance.
20/11/2014
We visited SPAR’s flagship supermarket in Hungary where we appreciated how an external design perspective can create the ultimate shopping environment.
18/11/2014
Magnit has come up with a supermarket concept which fits the needs of shoppers of large cities and regions with higher consumer spending. Under the brand Magnit Family, the format is being rolled out mainly in the Moscow region and Central Russia.
10/11/2014

Auchan’s Atak is a price-oriented format with a wide range of economy-priced private label products. The concept will profit from the deteriorating economic situation in Russia, as shoppers will be looking for products to fit their budget, as they are further squeezed by high food inflation.