United Kingdom presentations


Innovation of the week. Tesco is looking to install scanning software in all of its UK petrol stations.
Innovation of the week. We take a look at the 3D printing installation at the Asda York store.

With sales through the discount channel set to double over the next five years, we explore how the discount model is changing, profile leading players and outline the trends that suppliers need to be aware of.  

Alongside the latest trends and news from the region, we examine the outlook for channel growth in Western Europe to 2016 and look in-depth at the Netherlands where changing shopper patterns and poor consumer confidence are leading to changes in the market and what you can learn from market’s developments.

Find out how an improving economic backdrop will shape the prospects for UK grocery and what will drive growth across the major channels over the next five years.

Our new annual comprehensive guide to the convenience sector covering store numbers, sales, growth forecasts to 2018 and key facts to help you engage more effectively with the channel.
We explore how retailers are reinventing large format stores to strengthen their appeal with shoppers and what this means for suppliers.

Innovation of the week. UK subscription service delivering local fresh fish every week.


Innovation of the week. Tesco and Reckitt Benckiser team up for in-store holographic advertising.


As Tesco launches its Price Promise, we review the price matching initiatives across the UK market.


Tesco has launched a new price guarantee across the UK and we’ve been in-store to assess the key features.


Use our new five year forecasts for hypermarkets and superstores to shape your strategy for the channel and understand what’s driving current and future growth


Use our new five year forecasts for smaller supermarkets to shape your strategy for the channel and understand what’s driving current and future growth


Use our five year channel forecasts to shape your strategy and growth priorities, and understand what’s driving current and future growth across the major channels in UK grocery.


Promotions with personality, screens replacing shelves, category simplification, celebrity endorsements, core features with wow factor… get ideas and inspiration from the top in-store trends we’ve seen in Q4 2012. Plus our store of the quarter recreates ‘paradise’.


Innovation of the week. In a promotional twist, Kellogg’s provided free products in return for tweets at the world’s first high street tweet shop.

This latest edition of our Retail Excellence series will provide you with ideas from around the globe as to how you can increase customer engagement with your categories and brands in-store.
From the very best of our store visits this quarter, we reveal seven steps you can take to excite and inspire shoppers in-store...

Innovation of the week. M&S launch its ‘schwopping’ initiative to encourage clothes recycling.


How to boost your trading impact: what we’ve learned from our store visits in the last quarter