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Magnit is the world’s fourth largest convenience retailer. This report provides a review of its new business structure and key strategic objectives.
We look at the strategic priorities for Co-op, the UK’s largest consumer co-operative. Its heritage as a responsible retailer increasingly resonates with more socially conscious shoppers. Building on these core values, it is focusing on implementing strategies that will set it up for long term success and fulfil its vision to be ‘the number one convenience retailer in the UK’.
There’s something for everyone to be inspired by in the Nordics – from unstaffed convenience stores to outperforming hypermarkets, foodservice innovation to the sustainable discount store of the future.
Five global trends that will shape convenience retailing in 2021 and beyond, with examples from Europe, Asia, North America and Latin America.
We identify key convenience trends in Asia, leading markets and largest retailers in the region, and explain what this might mean to you.
Five trends that will shape the UK convenience channel in 2021 and beyond. Each trend is brought to life using case studies already in operation, as well as the latest ShopperVista convenience channel insight.
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Amazon has launched a grocery store format in the UK operating under the Amazon Fresh banner. The 2,500 sq ft store is located in Ealing, London. Amazon Fresh is the first convenience grocery store to offer Amazon’s Just Walk Out Technology, used in its US ‘Go’ format, outside of the US.
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We talk to Reactor Sweden about its strategic partnership with Reitan Convenience and discuss the store of the future.
26 May 2020
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