China presentations

Presentations

04/09/2020
Strategies used by retailers and brands to drive H&B sales in Asia despite the COVID-19 pandemic are discussed in this report, supported by case studies covering key aspects such as products, marketing, technology, offline stores and online channel.
20/08/2020
We review the impact of COVID-19 on the five trends which we identified at the start of the year to shape the future of food and consumer goods retailer in Asia in 2020 and beyond.
18/08/2020
COVID-19 is forcing retailers to rethink the function and features of their physical stores, providing new impetus for innovation. Find inspiration from global operators in our Q2 highlights.
13/08/2020
Japanese convenience store operator Lawson is opening a series of prefabricated micro-stores in China, that will save money on construction and offer a more flexible expansion strategy.
17/07/2020
We share five innovation trends that have been accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic as shoppers’ normal patterns of life have changed dramatically.
16/07/2020
How the pandemic has affected food-to-go in retail and foodservice and what this means for retailers, operators and suppliers. Illustrated with examples from McDonald's, Pret, Subeay, Starbucks, KFC, Leon, Morrisons, Sweetgreen, Burger King and SPAR amongst others.
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.
26/06/2020
Retailers' strategies and business models are evolving. They are increasingly building alliances with each other, IT and tech companies and others to enable them to build skill and scale quickly. These collaborations are also helping them deal with challenges that require greater global cooperation or are too big to be dealt with as individual companies.
15/06/2020
JD.com’s autonomous warehouses, powered by proprietary advanced supply chain technologies, allowed the ecommerce giant to respond quickly to uncertainties and fluctuations in product availability and consumer demands during the COVID-19 crisis. In this report, we explore how advanced technologies have enabled these warehouses to achieve maximum efficiency and accuracy on a massive scale.
08/06/2020
Starbucks had begun boosting digital capabilities and transforming stores to serve “third place” needs (a place outside work and home) before lockdown but announced it will accelerate these plans to drive sales in a post-COVID world.