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Presentations

25/03/2021
The discount channel is set to add more than €30 bn of sales by 2022 in Europe, more than any other modern retail channel in the region. This report will give you key data and insight to help you better understand why this is a channel of growth for the future and identify where the opportunities for growth are.
17/03/2021
For suppliers looking to foster a good relationship with the discounter, understanding Lidl’s goals for the future and its unique operating model are essential. In this report we have combined our knowledge with Lidl’s supplier information pack to help you get to know the discounter better.
04/03/2021
Magnit is the world’s fourth largest convenience retailer. This report provides a review of its new business structure and key strategic objectives.
01/03/2021
Variety discounters are an increasingly important part of shoppers’ repertoire, competitors of grocers and an alternative route to market for brands. In this presentation we combine our retail and shopper knowledge to understand the key trends shaping the variety discount channel.
24/02/2021
Key trends in CEE grocery market in 2021: - COVID-19 will remain the leading concern for retailers and suppliers - Online is increasing its market penetration as more retailers invest in the channel - Retailers are digitalising their stores and wider operations - More retailers are partnering with last-milers - Hypermarkets will continue to lose share across the region
18/02/2021
We look back at the performance of the UK’s leading grocery retailers over the festive period, analyse trading and channel strategies, and explore how shopper behaviour changed.
25/01/2021
We summarise five trends that will shape the discount channel globally in 2021 and beyond. These trends, including championing value and the focus on the physical store apply to both food discounters and variety discounters.
22/01/2021
X5’s sales will grow at over 13% in 2020, still outgrowing the Russian grocery market growth at 3.7% between 2020 and 2022. The retailer plans to continue to outgrow the market and double its market share to 20% by 2029. In this presentation we show you how it expects to reach that goal and how you as a supplier will help it to do so.
20/01/2021
In the first part of our two-part series, Eating In vs Dining Out 2021, we review the impact the COVID-19 pandemic had on food and drink consumption patterns last year, focussing specifically on the shift between in-home and out-of-home spend. In part two we examine the factors that will affect the industry over the coming year and how businesses can prepare for what lies ahead.
20/01/2021
In the second part of our two-part series, Eating In vs Dining Out 2021, we examine the factors that will affect the industry over the coming year and how businesses can prepare for what lies ahead. Read part one to understand the impact COVID-19 had on food and drink consumption patterns last year, specifically the shift between in- and out-of-home spend.