Private label and brands presentations

Presentations

01/07/2020
We continue the private label series, looking at the five ways retailers are developing private label globally in 2020 and the impact this has on manufacturers and suppliers. This presentation looks in more depth at rapid response to consumer needs and how this has been accelerated by COVID-19.
09/06/2020
Although now cancelled, due to the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, 7-Eleven and Nike were expecting to launch co-branded trainers. The trainers were expected to be exclusive to 7-Eleven and available only in Japan.
28/05/2020
We visited Booker's well-established depot in Swindon to see how the wholesaler platforms its product and service offer to meet B2B needs across a mixed urban and rural catchment.
21/05/2020
After the UK’s coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown forced French bistro chain Côte to close its 96 UK restaurants, in just two weeks it launched a new direct-to-customer (D2C) home delivery service of restaurant-quality ready-to-cook meals and drinks.
14/05/2020
As CPG suppliers adjust to a more stabilised trading environment, we highlight 10 issues which are front-of-mind as they trade through the next phase of the pandemic.
01/05/2020
We continue the private label series, looking at the five ways retailers are developing private label globally in 2020 and the impact this has on manufacturers and suppliers. This presentation looks in more depth at the role of exclusive brands.
15/04/2020
Kaufland has joined Too Good To Go’s campaign to reduce food waste. It will replace the best before date on its private label, K-classic fresh milk, with the slogan ‘often good for longer’.
06/04/2020
Diageo, maker of Johnnie Walker and Smirnoff, has pledged to help create over 8m bottles of hand sanitiser.
06/04/2020
Burger King is using its Twitter channels to encourage its customers to stay at home, and while they are there, to create their own Burger King meal.
02/04/2020
BrewDog has started making hand sanitiser at its distillery in Aberdeen in response to the UK shortage