Convenience presentations

 

Presentations

11/11/2019
Examples of smart shopping carts (trolleys) and how they aim to enhance the shopper experience
06/11/2019
We explore the key growth markets for the convenience channel in Latin America. This outlines the conditions shaping its growth in these markets. We also deep-dive into five key themes that will influence future development in the channel.
25/10/2019
Technology transformation is one of the key trends shaping the landscape of grocery retailing in Asia. We review what technology transformation means in reality and what this trend looks like in action.
25/10/2019
Examples of checkout solutions that are being used in physical stores to speedup payment
24/10/2019
We revisit the five themes shaping convenience retailing in the UK identified at the start of the year. We feature fresh new examples from retailers including Co-op, Eat 17, Premier, and SPAR, amongst others. See how retailers are responding and the opportunities for suppliers.
21/10/2019
Find out why and how convenience retailers are evolving their stores to meet distinct shopper missions to improve the shopping experience. Illustrated with examples from convenience retailers in North America, Europe and Asia.
13/09/2019
Competition in Russia's grocery market is intensifying, and it is reporting little like-for-like (LFL) growth as shopper’s real wages are stagnant, and they continue to demand better products and service. In this report we show how Magnit is having to balance the two challenges as part of its transformation strategy for 2023.
30/08/2019
Ultimate convenience is one of the key trends shaping the landscape of grocery retailing in Asia. We review what ultimate convenience means in reality and what this trend looks like in action.
29/08/2019
We explore the ways in which convenience retailers in the UK are enhancing their focus on health to engage shoppers. Illustrated with examples from Co-op, Eat17, Tesco and SPAR, amongst others.
16/08/2019
We’re seeing retailers around the world meeting the needs of transient shoppers, offering speed and convenience, whilst also maintaining a quality grocery retail offer. This presentation illustrates the key themes shaping stores in travel locations with examples from retailers including Waitrose, Co-op, Carrefour, Albert Heijn, Loblaw and more.