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27/07/2015
As Central & Eastern Europe faces mixed economic fortunes in 2015, we reflect on what this means for retailers and suppliers. We also explore how retailers are reaffirming their commitments to Russia, as well as reviewing the latest developments at Metro Cash & Carry, Carrefour & Agrokor.
27/07/2015
We spent time in Lille to see the French grocery market from a different perspective, one that is less focused on flagship stores and innovation, but more centred on how competitors are facing up against one another on the ground in a more typical French town. Here’s what we found.
07/07/2015
We look at how Lidl is putting shoppers at the heart of new product development in Italy and Germany
22/06/2015
We look at Walmart’s priorities and strategy across Latin America, with a focus on Brazil and Mexico, and consider the learnings the retailer’s operations in the region can take from its global businesses.
10/06/2015

Lidl Belgium encourages students to eat healthier by highlighting healthy private label products in-store.

30/05/2015
We bring you global inspiration from the best counters we have seen in stores around the world.
26/05/2015
We look at how the retailer is transforming from a discounter to a mainstream value-focused supermarket.
14/05/2015

Leading discounters Jerónimo Martins (Biedronka) and Lidl have introduced new strategies with the aim to increase their margins and shopper loyalty. Global trends like Food-to-go, food transparency and organic product ranges have started to take place in the Polish retail landscape.

05/05/2015
While price remains at the heart of discussions between retailers and manufacturers, price alone doesn’t deliver value for shoppers. We consider six of the levers that are used to demonstrate value, which we expect to see more of in 2015 and beyond…
23/04/2015
We examine how challenging growth conditions in Japan are generating creative friction as retailers experiment with new store formats in order to capture a greater share of the market…