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The grocers have “emerged from near fatal status and the intensive care ward” and are poised to fight back, a leading analyst has claimed.
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For far too long, the big four were unwieldy and top-heavy bureaucratic machines, but the grocery world is changing.
External intervention in the industry often ignores the fact that retail is fundamentally driven by shopper behaviour.
Supply chain businesses need to react to the increasingly demanding lifestyles of consumers and update their offering accordingly.
Sainsbury’s changing the terms of its Nectar programme raises serious questions over the future direction of loyalty schemes.
Mobile traffic has now surpassed desktop for many retailers and it will continue to grow at an increasing rate.
Consumers are still on the rocky road to economic stability, but there are signs of a long-term, sustainable recovery on the horizon.
A shopping spree on Tesco shares came to a halt this week as investors waited for boss Dave Lewis to set out his stall at next week’s prelims.
Planning for the internet of things is one way supply chain companies can get ahead in their competitive sector, says Katie Barker.
QR codes were once part of a store’s visual merchandising and graphics package, but often not a penny was added to the bottom line.
Unlike other Apple launches, the tech giant doesn’t want people to queue for its watch. But the days of queuing are not over.