United Kingdom presentations


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.
In this report, we provide an overview of the latest developments in cashless retailing and identify a number of key trends and disruptors, to which retailers and brand owners should pay close attention.
Following its recent interim results, we assess the progress Morrisons is making against its ‘Fix Rebuild and Grow’ strategy.
Innovation of the week: Google is set to open a physical YouTube store in London where popular YouTubers will be able to sell their merchandise to members of the public.
With the recent launch of the Amazon Dash Button and Carling’s ‘Beer Button’ in the UK, we take a look at the rise of 1-Click button ordering and its implications.
As we look ahead to 2017 and the outlook for Europe’s largest retailers, this presentation provides you with our analysis of who is winning, why and the key developments from the likes of Aldi, Carrefour, Lidl, Metro and Tesco.
Growth in UK Wholesaling remains notably restrained, but Abra Wholesale has successfully more than doubled its turnover in the last three years, this Snapshot briefly profiles both the challenges and the achievements of this challenger business.
At IGD, we travel the world to bring you the best in FMCG retail excellence. Here are some of the most inspirational stores we have seen in 2016.
Why future scenario planning is vital in today’s market.
With market growth remaining elusive, we round up of the latest initiatives in price and promotional strategies from across the sector.
In this report we bring you all of the key people moves in retail this year so far, and what to expect from the new senior team members.
We explore three in-store innovations Asda is implementing to boost participation in fresh meat.
Understand the future development of the online channel and how to position your business to benefit from it.
What makes these operators stand out, how are they looking to grow and what can you learn from them?
Over the first half of 2016 we’ve been out and about in leading cash & carry’s and here we’ve brought together a selection of images to give a flavour of current activity in the segment, showing how suppliers and wholesalers are seeking to drive sales with their B2B customers.
Our guide to understanding the food-to-go market and where the growth opportunities lie.
Following the release of Sainsbury’s full year 2015/16 results, we explore how the retailer is delivering against its ‘Evolving to Win’ strategy and what its strategic priorities mean for suppliers.
Ramadan has become a season of increased consumerism. Retailers and manufacturers need to understand how to take advantage of the opportunities it brings. Check out this report to see how businesses around the world capitalise on this festival for 22% of the world’s population…
Innovation of the week: Rimmel has launched a 3D augmented reality mobile app to help consumers "steal the look" from friends and magazines.
Innovation of the week: Waitrose has rolled out its Quick Check ‘scan as you shop’ mobile app to all its myWaitrose customers, laying the foundations for every part of a shopper’s visit to be assisted using a smartphone.
The referendum is over and UK voters have chosen to exit the European Union (EU). Business impacts in the UK and Europe will be profound, as current business structures and processes have been shaped by decades of membership. In this presentation, we identify key issues and scenarios, which cover a range of possible outcomes.