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CEE: The Locals Go Rural

Local domestic operators are stepping out of the shadows of multinational retail behemoths, gaining market share faster than their ‘big brothers’.
Topics: Maxima Eurocash X5 Retail Group Profi Dino

France: The Hypermarket Around the Corner

Unlike other markets, the online grocery growth in France (and to a lesser extend Sweden) is fuelled by click & collect. With Drives pick-up points dotting suburban France, retailers are looking to expand their reach to urban centres.
Topics: Carrefour E. Leclerc Louis Delhaize

Why Amazon Needs Stores to Win in Europe

Amazon’s success has been mainly an online non-food story to date, but as Q2 results show it now generates 8.1% of total revenues from physical stores. Could this also be a growth strategy for Europe?
Topics: Amazon Sainsbury's Ocado Morrisons Tesco

What Future for Europe’s Regional Grocers?

As consolidation is intensifying in many European retail markets, the ice is getting thinner for smaller players, who often only operate on a regional basis. How can they turn their limitations into a sales driver?
Topics: Jumbo Sligro Food Group Coop Supermarkten (NL)

Time to Export the Minimarket

The minimarket is the least exported grocery format in Europe. With proximity shopping on the rise, who can become a pan-European convenience leader?
Topics: Carrefour Reitangruppen Spar South Africa Auchan Tesco Couche-Tard Ahold Delhaize

Discounters: More to Gain in Western Europe

By 2021, the sales area operated by discounters will exceed that of all hypermarkets across Europe for the first time. LZ Retailytics shows: there is no stopping for discounters in sight.
Topics: Edeka Schwarz Group Jerónimo Martins Aldi X5 Retail Group

Carrefour / Tesco: Even Giants Can No Longer Walk Alone

Carrefour and Tesco are set to create a global strategic alliance. What for? Why now? LZ Retailytics data shows how prevalent buying groups and alliances have become among Europe’s leading retailers.
Topics: Carrefour Tesco

Russia: Local Discounters Challenge X5 and Magnit

Local Russian discounters are strongly anchored in their home turf in Siberia. National leaders X5 and Magnit, with standard commercial concepts and increasing logistics costs face major challenges as they expand in the region.
Topics: Magnit Okey Maria Ra X5 Retail Group Torgservis

How to Win Convenience: Lessons from the UK

The UK convenience channel continues to evolve and innovate as competition intensifies. We are witnessing consolidation, greater franchising and the blurring of traditional channels; with fresh food as the key battleground.
Topics: The Co-operative Tesco

Premiumisation of German Drugstores

In the German drugstore channel, we are currently experiencing a development akin to the European trend of supermarketisation – a strategy to drive higher sales densities in increasingly saturated markets. What does this change?
Topics: Rossmann dm