United Kingdom presentations


An update on AmazonFresh and its latest developments from across the world and what it could mean for UK grocery retail
The latest update of IGD’s unique wholesaling sector dataset, providing performance statistics by route to market, customer channel and broad product category and also including top line forecasts out to 2020.
Buying groups have a significant role in UK grocery & foodservice wholesaling, bringing together the joint scale of the many dynamic regional and even local wholesalers to enable them to compete with much larger national operators. Landmark and Today’s are the largest of these groups, representing extensive trading blocs with members including many of the key tier two wholesalers in both retail and foodservice channels.
We explore the latest developments as retailers step up investment in lower prices and work harder to drive footfall.
This insight presentation provides our analysis of latest retailer results, the top five trends to watch in Western Europe in 2016 and raises questions that could be asked of your businesses.
As we kick off 2016, we assess the performance of the top six global grocery retailers in 2015, review the top line strategic initiatives for the year ahead, as well as some predictions of what to expect over the coming 12 months.
We take stock of the sector’s performance through the festive season and explore retailers’ priorities for the year ahead.
What makes these operators stand out, how are they looking to grow and what can you learn from them?
We explore five key ways the UK’s discount players are creating opportunities to drive their current success forward in the grocery market.
Morrisons has set out a new strategy to stabilise and revive the business. We look at how it plans to achieve this and what this means for suppliers
We showcase some of the favourite stores we have visited during 2015, what’s great about them and the inspiration retailers and suppliers can take from them.
Following the release of Sainsbury’s H1 2015/16 results, we review how the retailer is delivering against its ‘Evolving to Win’ strategy and what to expect going forward.
Innovation of the week: O2 business installs the UK's first digital clothes rail in Tyrers department store in St. Helens as part of the stores digital makeover.
With signs of improving shopper optimism, we assess the prospects for the food & grocery sector this Christmas and how retailers plan to make the most of opportunities.
Shoppers are increasingly shopping ‘little and often’. Retailers are responding to this by having convenient solutions for their shoppers across the channels. We share the changes seen in the market, and assess the implications for suppliers.
Our retail analysts are continually travelling the world to identify global best practices and innovations in grocery retailing. In this guide we highlight the best regions and markets to visit to see some of the leading format, category and technology-based initiatives, and showcase the retailers to watch.
An update of our annual comprehensive guide to the convenience sector. This report covers store numbers, sales, growth forecasts to 2020.
Innovation of the week: Asda creates an immersive 360° view Halloween video  experience.
With shoppers increasingly suffering from ‘promotional fatigue’, retailers and suppliers are looking to maximise the effects of fewer, bigger promotional events. We look at five strategies being used by both parties to turn events to their commercial advantage, both in and out of store.
In this report we share global examples of six trends that will continue to play a role in shaping the future of health and beauty retailing, helping you to understand areas of opportunity.


Following the release of Tesco’s H1 2015/16 results, we analyse performance and explore how Tesco is reshaping its business to invest in its customer offer.


We assess the challenges and opportunities of megacities, and look at what some of the latest megacity innovations tell us about the future of retail.

We detail the benefits of the deal to Booker and how it will seek to build on these going forward.
We look at the success factors driving Whole Foods Market’s growth, and what you can learn from this innovative retailer.
We highlight the latest strategic developments being implemented in the key areas of Christmas, targeting time-pressed parents and communicating food strengths and assess how individual retailer strategies are evolving.