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We look at five key trends set to shape the Western Europe in 2020. Retailers are continuing to invest in private labels, health, wellness and lifestyle choices. At the same time, retailers are focusing on evolving existing strategies and creating innovative store formats. 

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Spain-based discounter DIA has revealed its Q4 2020 results, which showed total group sales of €1.7 bn and an increase in like-for-like (LFL) sales of 6.9%. The results were particularly positive given DIA’s store numbers fell by 457, with the retailer ending Q4 2020 with a total of 6,169. 

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Spain-based DIA announced group net sales increased by 2.5% to €1.7 bn, with like-for-like (LFL) sales up 6.3%. The retailer continues to improve its performance by focusing on the five pillars of its roadmap, which includes optimisation of its assortment, its private label ranges, online sales and express delivery, franchisees, and operations. Sales performance DIA Spain’s sales increased ...
Until recently, Brazilian consumers have had a negative perception of private label, with many considering the products as being of low quality. Suppliers have invested in their brands building strong connections with shoppers, which has created a challenge for retailers looking to encourage them to try something new and different. It is, therefore, key for private label products to co-exist al...
In February 2019, LetterOne Retail (the majority owner of DIA Group) announced its Make DIA a Champion five-year rescue plan to secure the retailer’s future. Prior to this DIA had been facing serious financial difficulties. The Make a DIA a Champion plan is now well underway and is showing impressive results . In Q3, DIA Brazil’s net sales increased by 20% (in local currency), with a ...

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