As the hunger for change in grocery retail grows, our guests explore the problems with traditional business models and the opportunities that exist to rethink our supermarkets.
Supermarket sales are predicted to hit £197bn by 2021. As the hunger for change in the sector grows, assumptions that have underpinned the business models of the big grocery retail players for so many years no longer hold true. Evolving shopper habits, ongoing cost pressures, increased competition and further consolidation. In our latest episode, we examine what the future could look like for grocery. Broadcaster Ben Bland sits down with senior industry thinkers to discuss the challenges that exist, as well as the opportunities to rethink the role of the supermarket. The guest panel features Karl McKeever, Founder and Managing Director of Visual Thinking, Sarah Fairhurst, Design Director at Dalziel & Pow and Michael Heanue, Joint Managing Director of M Worldwide.
Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019, Riverford Organic Farmers founder, Guy Singh-Watson sits down with Ben Bland to share the story behind this award-winning food subscription business and to give his frank assessment of the challenges facing the sector.
Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019, FutureBrand UXUS co-founder and chief creative officer, George Gottl, sits down with Ben Bland to explore why conversation is the new experience.
British Retail Consortium
Recorded at World Retail Congress 2019, British Retail Consortium chief executive, Helen Dickinson, sits down with Ben Bland to discuss the challenges facing British retailers.