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This is Booths’ first metropolitan store, adding a range of special services to target the office workers of MediaCity, alongside the retailer’s traditional strengths in premium retailing.
Find out how Asda will drive growth in 2012 as it builds its position as a truly multi-format operator.
Following the release of Walmart’s full year 2011 results, this updated Special Analysis explores Walmart’s five key priorities for 2012 and their implications for suppliers.
Kensington High Street was first store to be remodelled as part of M&S’s £600m investment programme, designed to create a more inspiring and easier to shop store experience. We assess the improvements made to the new style food hall.
How to boost your trading impact: what we’ve learned from our store visits in the last quarter
This Special Analysis looks towards 2012 and identifies three strategic hazards which grocery businesses need to be aware of and, where possible, plan for. For each one, IGD has suggested a range of “vital signs” which grocery businesses should be monitoring.
Rewe Center in Munich is REWE Group’s blueprint for all future stores in the Rewe Center format. The retailer experiments with colours, shapes and visual fixtures and offers innovative retail theatre and an upmarket shopping experience.
We visit one of Albert Heijn's largest stores in the Netherlands, which excels with its store layout, in-store communication, private label offering and non-food.
Brazil’s drugstore sector is growing fast, with the consumer boom feeding the appetite for branded goods. We visited a leading player, Droga Raia, that is expanding organically and through acquisition to increase share.
We recently visited the new Tesco Extra store in Dudley, West Midlands. The new store showcases many interesting new features, including an impressive health and beauty department. The store takes global hypermarket evolution one step further.