Central & Eastern Europe presentations

Presentations

02/04/2020
Beyond flexing their trading strategies, product suppliers have taken a broader role in supporting the fight against the Coronavirus pandemic. In this presentation, we highlight four pillars around which these have been clustered
01/04/2020
Five year growth forecasts for the grocery market, the leading retailers and modern trade grocery channels in Russia.
30/03/2020
Five year growth forecasts for the grocery market, the leading retailers and modern trade grocery channels in Poland.
27/03/2020
This guide to Latvia explores the key trends in grocery retail, the outlook for the market over the five year forecast period and the growth strategies of country’s leading retailers.
26/03/2020
In high-demand categories, including paper products, cleaning supplies, pharmacy and canned goods, demand out-stripped supply. With several factors underpinning an elevated level of demand for the next two to three months, retailers are adapting their commercial trading strategies. In this presentation we identify some of the actions retailers are taking and the implications for suppliers.
17/03/2020
In this insight presentation we look at the AgeCore buying group, its members and strategy.
16/03/2020
We look at Lidl's strategic priorities to reinforce its position as the leading European retailer. It is winning share thanks to its rapid expansion and by putting sustainability and shoppers at the heart of its strategy.
16/03/2020
We provide our strategic outlook on the development of Europe's grocery retail market, with insight on the strategy of leading players. We illustrate key themes across the region and see how its leading retailers are driving these changes and being affected by them.
16/03/2020
In this insight presentation we look at the BIGS buying group, its members and strategy.
12/03/2020
This guide to Croatia explores the key trends in grocery retail, the outlook for the market over the five year forecast period and the growth strategies of country’s leading retailers.