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Will Wholesale be Amazon’s Next Victim in Germany?

Amazon is intensifying its efforts in the B2B channel by courting wholesalers for co-operations. Given existing consolidation in the sector, Amazon’s move will likely speed this up. Which wholesalers will benefit, which suffer?
Topics: Amazon Metro AG Coop (CH) Lekkerland Edeka

Discounters: Thriving in the Toughest Markets

Europe’s toughest grocery markets have long been dominated by two retailers towering above their competitors. But now this supremacy is fading as even the largest of the power duos are forecast to lose market share to discounters.
Topics: Schwarz Group Aldi Reitangruppen Dansk Supermarked

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: Profi Dino Maxima X5 Retail Group Eurocash

France: The Hypermarket Around the Corner

Photo: LZ Retailytics
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 Louis Delhaize E. Leclerc

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 Tesco Sainsbury's Morrisons Ocado