United Kingdom presentations


As the UK prepares to welcome Netto, we explore how the discounter is maximising its appeal through its promotions, ranging and communication strategy in its home market, Denmark

Innovation of the week: How is the Co-operative using shopping-trolley technology to gather shopper feedback?

We explore the latest strategic developments by the key players to sharpen their position on value and what they mean for suppliers.
McColls’ ‘Plus’ card is the first national UK loyalty scheme tailored to the convenience channel, offering instant rewards and engagement, with no need for points or spend thresholds.  How does it work?  Find out here …

Performance highlights. A 27 slide summary deck providing you with a summary of our brand new convenience sector research across the five market segments.

We summarise June's top stories in UK grocery.

We share our favourite products, promotions and events from World Cup 2014. Join the conversation at #worldcuppromos on Twitter.

In this insight presentation we spotlight the key trends from the Consumer Goods Forum 2014, which ran under the theme “Growth through change” to focus on how retailers and suppliers need to maintain strong, core principles, while being aware of disruptive technologies to watch out for.
Assess market and channel prospects, and the opportunities they create for your business with IGD’s new five year UK forecasts.
We highlight four ways the retailer is innovating in online grocery through its agreement with Morrisons, its specialist petfood website, its own label range and offering a best in class mobile experience.
Innovation of the week. We take a look at how Tesco is using augmented reality to bring its home catalogue to life.
Poundland, Home Bargains and B&M: progress by numbers.
Our analysis of the Joint Venture and the proposition and our assessment of the key areas that Sainsbury's and Dansk Supermarked will need to focus on
Following the strong performance of Aldi in the UK, we map the discounter’s performance and growth plans.
Following the strong performance of Lidl in the UK, we map the discounter’s performance and growth plans.
Innovation of the week. A specialised 3D printer for producing personalised make-up at home.
This latest edition of our Retail Excellence series provides insight on how retailers from around the globe are driving growth at their hypermarkets and supermarkets.
We summarise May’s top stories in UK grocery.
As food discounters continue to win in the UK market, we take a look at the various ways in which Aldi and Lidl are shaping their strategies to drive growth. 

The myWaitrose scheme doesn’t offer its members points, but lots of other features that reward loyal behaviour – check out this one slider for the main facts and IGD’s assessment.

Innovation of the week. We take a look at Tesco's new app which is helping it manage on-shelf availability.
Innovation of the week. We review how Whole Foods Market is getting shoppers to promote its products through social media selfies.
We assess Morrisons new pricing initiative and how the retailer’s strategy is evolving.
Innovation of the week. We take a look at the latest innovation to come from Amazon - shopping through your Twitter feed.
Following Poundland’s results, we map the retailer’s performance and growth plans