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26/03/2015
With Target planning for online and digital growth in excess of 40%, we take a look at how it built the case for an aggressive multichannel strategy, placing its customers at the centre of its plans.
24/03/2015
While retailers and manufacturers continue to compete on price, there are companies who are looking to deliver added value for shoppers without cutting prices. We consider five of the levers that are being used to offer added value, which we expect to see more of in 2015 and beyond.
24/03/2015
We explore the latest strategic developments by the key players to sharpen their position on value and what they mean for suppliers.
19/03/2015
Innovation of the week: Alibaba is developing mobile facial recognition technology to take the pain out of payment
19/03/2015
In March 2015, we visited the Retail Business Technology Expo in London. Here are our selected highlights of what impressed us most
13/03/2015
In its third year of partnering with Comic Relief for Red Nose Day, we consider how Maltesers is looking to raise £1m for the charity.
12/03/2015
Following Carrefour’s 2014 full year results we look at the retailer’s strategic focus for 2015 and into the medium term.
16/02/2015
Incubators, pitch-sessions and start-ups are the hottest buzzwords within the area of retail innovation. We take a look at five start-ups in Silicon Valley which are working on commercialising new technologies for the retail environment.
12/02/2015
We have identified the growing opportunities for grocery e-commerce as one of the five trends to watch in Latin America in 2015. Our research has shown that certain key concerns are common to retailers, suppliers and shoppers from both developed and emerging markets. In this presentation, we explore these concerns and look at how Latin America can take inspiration from other markets in addressing them.
11/02/2015
In increasingly competitive environments, retailers and manufacturers are looking to offer innovative promotions in order to stand out from the crowd. In this insight presentation we highlight five of our favourites from 2014, lessons from which we believe will be emulated in 2015.