China presentations

Presentations

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.
28/05/2020
The Chinese oil giant is offering customers a novel way to buy fresh food and grocery amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
22/05/2020
Livestreaming has become an important marketing tool for brands and retailers to reach customers in China.
22/05/2020
Tencent partners with Honda to build an in-car infotainment system that allows people to shop online.
15/05/2020
We look at the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on our five global convenience trends we identified for 2020, with convenience channel forecasts and case studies from North America, Europe and Asia for inspiration.
05/05/2020
This presentation builds on IGD’s pre-COVID market and channel estimates and provides a point-in-time view on the potential shifts in context of three scenarios for the US, China and the UK. These shifts are indicative of what may lie ahead. A detailed breakdown of channel shares is provided for the totality of 2020 with a reference to 2021.
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.
22/04/2020
As the first country to come out of lockdown, China is providing a glimpse of what the future holds for food-to-go globally after the initial impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) lessons.
31/03/2020
To facilitate delivery efficiency and minimize human contact, JD.com's 7FRESH supermarket set up five smart vending machines in Beijing during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
26/03/2020
In this report, we discuss how grocery shopping has evolved in five different ways in China during the pandemic. These are unlikely to be short-term changes and may not go away when the pandemic is over. These changes will have a long-lasting and profound impact on path to purchase, fulfillment models, supported by new partnerships and innovations. What these changes mean to retailers and brands in other parts of the world and what actions they can take are also discussed.