United Kingdom presentations


Reviewing the retailer’s priorities and plans 2018-2023
We explore Tesco's progress against its six strategic drivers in its H1 results worldwide and present our forecasts for 2018-2023. We also take a deeper look at four focus areas: own brand renewal, price competitiveness, Booker and supplier relationships.
We review five key themes from this year's Convenience Retailing Summit.
We provide an updated overview of the key executive changes amongst UK retailers and suppliers that took place in the third quarter of 2018.
Stay up-to-date with the latest UK market data, shopper trends and sector developments.
We review Morrisons newly released half year results and explore the next steps in its drive to build a stronger and broader business.
We share our first impressions of the new challenger in the discount channel.
We combine our latest shopper insight with our retail expertise to explore the accelerators and inhibitors to growth in the UK discount channel.
Our analysts have visited over 750 stores, in more than 50 countries, during 2017/18. From these country and store visits, each analyst has submitted their nomination for the Store of the Year based on the store offering benefits for the shopper, what makes the store unique, where it fits into the retailer’s strategy and where it showcases new thinking.
We explore the health and beauty category in the UK discount channel.
Product sampling company Send Me a Sample has made it possible for consumers to order products by simply asking their Google or Amazon voice assistants to send them a sample when they see an advert featuring the Send Me a Sample logo.
A guide to the growing global sports nutrition market.
We profile the UK’s largest coffee shop chain, outlining its trading priorities and exploring how it plans to sustain growth both in the UK and globally.
Marks & Spencer has launched a new, summer-long food marketing campaign that shines a spotlight on M&S’ beef traceability standards.
Sainsbury's is trialling till-free shopping via its SmartShop app. The retailer is the first UK supermarket to launch scan, pay and go technology.
Morrisons has introduced a 'Quieter Hour' in all Morrisons stores that is designed to help customers who struggle with music and the other noise associated with supermarket shopping.
We give a summary of the stores that have been shortlisted for the IGD Small Store of the Year award.
Henderson Technology has launched EDGEPoS self-checkouts. The self-checkout is simply bolted onto existing EDGEPoS tills, and requires no additional counter space.
We present 10 case studies - from Walmart, Alibaba, Carrefour and more - of how blockchain technology is being used to enhance the food and grocery industry. Our examples show how blockchain is helping improve transparency, offering a new path to purchase, creating loyalty schemes and more. The report also highlights industry considerations about the technology.
Our guide to understanding the food-to-go market and where the growth opportunities lie.
We look at how online is enhancing the in-store shopping experience
Waitrose has launched frozen rosé wine popsicles, as the trend for alcoholic ice lollies continues to soar.
IGD’s Chief Economist looks at some of the forces shaping food and drink retail in the EU.
Cadbury is inviting the nation to ‘go madbury for Cadbury’ by offering everyone in the UK and the Republic of Ireland the chance to create and name their own Cadbury Dairy Milk bar.
New data from the UK government reveals that labour demand remains high, but Brexit may be affecting labour movement. Chief Economist James Walton investigates.