Australasia presentations

Presentations

05/05/2015
While price remains at the heart of discussions between retailers and manufacturers, price alone doesn’t deliver value for shoppers. We consider six of the levers that are used to demonstrate value, which we expect to see more of in 2015 and beyond…
24/03/2015
While retailers and manufacturers continue to compete on price, there are companies who are looking to deliver added value for shoppers without cutting prices. We consider five of the levers that are being used to offer added value, which we expect to see more of in 2015 and beyond.
20/01/2015
From foreign retailer expansion, to the growth of new retail channels and continued price activity. We analyse what will be the big trends shaping Australia’s shifting grocery sector in 2015.
09/12/2014
We share our favourite global promotions, adverts and innovation in the build up to Christmas 2014.
26/11/2014
We share global best in class examples of retailers operating in the free from category.
14/11/2014
As a major sponsor of Movember, we explore how Gillette is promoting the event across multiple markets.
15/10/2014
As loyalty continues to rise up the agenda for many retailers and manufacturers, we consider five levers used in loyalty schemes, highlighting some of the recent global examples that we’ve seen…
07/10/2014
We compare and contrast the latest performance of the leading Australian retailers, assess how value orientated strategies are evolving and explore how the online grocery channel is set to grow strongly over the coming years.
07/07/2014
In this insight presentation we spotlight the key trends from the Consumer Goods Forum 2014, which ran under the theme “Growth through change” to focus on how retailers and suppliers need to maintain strong, core principles, while being aware of disruptive technologies to watch out for.
01/07/2014
Coles’ new managing director John Durkan officially takes over the helm of Australia’s second largest retailer on 1 July 2014. In this presentation we examine his priorities for growth and what the implications are for Coles’ suppliers.