Australia presentations


With two of Asia-Pacific's largest retailers battling it out for market leadership, plus the potential market entries of new contenders, 2017 will likely be another exciting year in the evolution of Australian grocery retailing.
We’ve selected the top 15 stores to see in 2017 that bring to life how grocery store formats are evolving globally against a backdrop of key industry trends.
We round up the latest performance from Australia’s leading grocery retailers, plus review how the five big trends that we identified earlier this year have played out. What is clear is that the dynamics in the Australian market are shifting, but is your business set up to capitalise?
Innovation of the week: Samsung Electronics Australia has partnered with local retailer Woolworths to bring the Woolworths app to Samsung’s Family Hub refrigerator, which enables shoppers to buy groceries directly from the smart refrigerator.
The second in our series of insight presentations looking at retailers’ hypermarkets and supermarkets looks in-depth at 10 key centre store categories, providing global inspiration for how companies are looking to evolve these areas.
At IGD, we travel the world to bring you the best in FMCG retail excellence. Here are some of the most inspirational stores we have seen in 2016.
What makes these operators stand out, how are they looking to grow and what can you learn from them?
Innovation of the week: Online marketplace eBay partnered with Australian department store Myer to create the world’s first virtual reality (VR) department store. The new VR store boasts more than 12,500 products from Myer.
Innovation of the week: Domino’s has unveiled DRU (Domino’s Robotic Unit) an autonomous delivery vehicle. It has been reported that DRU will operate in several countries including Australia, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, German, Japan and New Zealand.
Australia’s grocery landscape is set to become more competitive than ever in 2016, so what do we think are the top five trends that will drive growth and how are retailers looking to respond?