United Kingdom presentations


We take a look at how click and collect is developing in the UK, France, and the US. If executed well, click and collect can positively impact the reach of the online channel so it is important to understand its potential.
We take a closer look at how Starbucks plans to grow, and where it sees the opportunity for growth.
We take a look at who’s winning in the region, and the trends set to shape the sector in the year ahead.
We review the performance of the UK’s leading grocery retailers, compare their tactics, and identify the successful elements of their trading strategies. We also look at the key issues that will shape trading in the year ahead.
We explore what makes Pret special, outline its trading priorities and explore how it plans to continue its impressive recent growth.
It has been reported that Diageo has launched ‘thebar.com’, a new alcohol home delivery service across the UK, with Deliveroo.
With business planners now turning their thoughts to 2017 and the years beyond, IGD Chief Economist James Walton considers the current state of the market and what might happen next.
The global grocery retail landscape is changing fast, with significant growth opportunities for your business. Better understand the largest markets and how we see them growing and evolving towards 2021 and beyond.
What are the key factors that define success in the food-to-go arena and who can you learn from?
Following the release of new official forecasts, we update our UK grocery market projections to reflect possible impacts of the UK leaving the European Union.
We’ve selected the top 15 stores to see in 2017 that bring to life how grocery store formats are evolving globally against a backdrop of key industry trends.
An update of our annual comprehensive guide to the convenience sector. This report covers store numbers, sales, growth forecasts to 2021.
In our latest food-to-go profile, we look at Greggs, the bakery-led food-to-go chain, and explore its strategy for growth.
We assess the prospects for the sector this Christmas and how retailers plan to make the most of the festive opportunity.
As food-to-go and convenience become increasingly prominent across forecourts, we profile this major forecourt retailer in the Republic of Ireland, outline its trading priorities and explore how it plans to continue to grow across the UK and US too.
Lidl has launched a new and innovative price campaign that encourages Twitter users to tweet about Lidl's products in order to lower the price in the run up to Christmas.
In the lead up to the key festive trading period and 2017, we look at possible areas of focus for Sean Clarke in his role as Asda CEO.
We explore Sainsbury’s new strategic priorities and how the Home Retail Group acquisition will accelerate the retailer’s customer-centric multichannel strategy.
This insight presentation looks at the influence that smartphones are having on peoples’ lives, and how they are becoming an increasingly important part of the shopper journey.
As discounters continue to grow sales, market share and enter more markets than ever before, other big established retailers are having to adapt to compete. In this report we feature seven ways that retailers could flex their offer to drive performance and consider the implications for retailers and manufacturers.
As part of a trial, Peroni is aiming to work in collaboration with one hundred Ocado shoppers to test a Peroni Beer Button.
In our latest round up developments in price and promotions and loyalty, we explore how Halloween and Diwali activity was stepped up, and review the latest price and private label investments
Now in its fifth year, our Online & Digital Summit has become the definitive event for businesses looking to grow sales through the online channel. Read the key learnings from the Summit here…
This insight presentation is an in-depth overview of Amazon’s channels within the UK, while presenting shopper appetite for Amazon and key implications and considerations for industry.
In this presentation we look at how retailers, suppliers and third party platforms and operators are disrupting established patterns and shopper journeys, taking purchases of single items and larger shops from, invariably, store based operators.