The supermarket of 2020?

Supermarkets need to transform and urgently change their business models in order to survive the challenges brought on by multiple disruptive forces. Increasing price competition from discounters, innovative online players, environmental issues like waste and climate change or increasing health concerns from consumers are just some examples. Cosaris recently identified the 10 keys to future food retail success in its …

Next stop ... the future

Cosaris launches new retail transformation seminar

After one year of intensive research, surveying over 500 industry organisations, analysing success factors of innovative food retail concepts across 16 European countries and a successful trial with the senior leadership team of one of the leading European supermarket chains we now finally launched our new seminar featuring current best practice and retail excellence. Learn more about our seminar and …

Transformation: The future of successful food retail

The food retail industry is increasingly facing severe challenges. Over many years social, ecological and economic concerns have been influencing and altering people’s attitudes and behaviour. The internet and social media have also changed the way people shop and share their experiences. Whole categories once profitable are now barely breaking even or making a loss. Many retailers and their suppliers …

Things to learn from the Swedish food retail market

Leading Spanish and Portuguese FMCG companies use Cosaris’ expertise to experience latest channel trends and in-store best practice during a study trip to Stockholm   Last week Cosaris organised a retail innovation seminar and study tour to Stockholm. The trip was co-hosted by AECOC, the Spanish GS1 and leading association for FMCG manufacturers and retailers in the country. Many major …