Insights

Store of the future 2030

This report provides our vision for how food and consumer goods stores will evolve over the next decade. 

Store of the Future 2030: a channel perspective

This report showcases how stores from different channels will evolve over the next decade, where retailers will focus their attention and what to expect.

The food-to-go store of the future (updated)

Major foodservice operators are starting to roll-out new store concepts, developed for the post-pandemic era. We look at 10 formats and the key themes linking them together.

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bp and Albert Heijn have reaffirmed their commitment to expand their partnership in the Netherlands.

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Leading UK convenience retailer Co-op has added a new format to its portfolio with the opening of its first 24-hour self-serve, cashless Micro Market. Located at the head office of British cleaning appliances manufacturer Numatic, the outlet offers the 1,000 staff access to Co-op own-label products such as food-to-go meal deals, breakfast items, milk, bread, ready meals as well drinks on the g...
Our latest research provides recommendations on how you should prepare for energy transition in convenience retail. Available to IGD Retail Analysis subscribers: The future for forecourts in Europe Below are some of the key highlights… Looking for more insight? Retail Analysis subscribers can read more here: Your guide to convenience...
US-based Southeastern Grocers Inc. (SEG), which operates stores under the Fresco y Más, Harveys Supermarket and Winn-Dixie banners, has launched a new stand-alone liquor store concept, WDs Wine, Beer and Liquor, in Jacksonville, Florida. Format-driven renewal strategy The new WDs Wine, Beer & Liquor store offers customers a range of fine wine, craft beer and liquor products. The launch of the...
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Data

Use our COVID-adjusted forecasts on over 400 retailers in over 180 countries

Four forces of change

To survive and indeed thrive, businesses need to know and understand these four forces and assess the potential impacts and opportunities for their business, and then apply this thinking to their future plans and strategies.

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