United Kingdom presentations


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.
Understand and benefit from channel growth opportunities in the UK grocery market with our new five year forecasts
We examine the three key business areas which have been instrumental to premium UK grocery retailers’ growth post-recession and which will form the basis of their ongoing growth strategies. Read on for retailer inspiration and to identify the opportunities and challenges associated with with these retailers.
Innovation of the week: The supermarket will pick up and deliver food by bicycle to customers within an hour in Wandsworth, London.
Convenience is a key growth channel globally - this report identifies the world’s top 12 convenience retailers, the different types of retailers who operate in the channel, as well as what is happening in-store and how suppliers can capitalise in order to win.
Reporting back following our time in Bentonville, we look at ten ways in which the retailer is changing, including its focus on fresh foods, private label and pricing initiatives, and what it means for your business.
We present our summary of the key economic and shopper trends, and the grocery developments that are creating new opportunities in the UK grocery market.
We explore what the world of grocery retailing could look like in 2025 and what this means for your business.
From across Europe, we bring you seven examples of great convenience retailing.
Innovation of the week: Instead of reading a label, consumers could be interacting with electronic screens on packaging in the future.
Innovation of the week: Tesco Labs has collaborated with IFTTT (IF This Then That), an online platform for joining together different online accounts.
As Tesco returns to profit, we explore what the 2015/16 results tell us about the retailer’s progress against its recovery strategy, and the next steps suppliers should expect. 
Our assessment of Morrisons annual results and the key priorities for 2016/17 as it pursues its fix, rebuild and grow strategy.
Innovation of the week: Starship Technologies, a company launched by the former co-founders of Skype, announced on 10th March that the UK is the first major country to host trials of its self-driving delivery robots, starting in Greenwich, London. Download the slide to watch a video.
The first in our series of insight presentations looking at retailers’ largest stores focuses on key category initiatives.
Innovation of the week: Argos is working with Google on a new online advertising tool that updates shoppers with live product availability from local stores.
We explore how the unexpected tie-up creates new growth opportunities for Morrisons and strengthens Amazon’s position in UK grocery