Canada presentations



Innovation of the week: Starbucks has launched six new Frappuccino flavours inspired by fans, a winner will be chosen and sold on special offer for a ‘flash’ four day period.

Keep your finger on the pulse of the latest innovative developments in the industry as we share our top picks on topics including Apple watch apps and super-convenient products and services
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…

Metro Inc in Canada has launched a number of personalisation tools as continued development of its digital ecosystem, including a personalised flyer.

While retailers and manufacturers continue to compete on price, there are companies who are looking to deliver added value for shoppers without cutting prices. We consider five of the levers that are being used to offer added value, which we expect to see more of in 2015 and beyond.
As Walmart responds to the rapidly evolving landscape, we review its priorities for 2015 which include improving core operations, future proofing its store estate through digital integration, and investing in online fulfilment, capability and assortment.
Innovation of the week: 7-Eleven offers limited edition Valentines coffee cups to help shoppers find love.
In increasingly competitive environments, retailers and manufacturers are looking to offer innovative promotions in order to stand out from the crowd. In this insight presentation we highlight five of our favourites from 2014, lessons from which we believe will be emulated in 2015.
Innovation of the week: Mark's, a workwear retailer in Canada, is providing in-store discounts which are linked to the temperature. 
With the falling oil price bringing in a more favourable spending outlook in the US while creating some economic headwinds in Canada,  we look at the five trends set to impact two retail markets with very different growth prospects this year.