Use our retail and food-to-go safaris and 'insight downloads" to drive your innovation and growth
A better understanding of the environment you trade in helps you to make better decisions. And that's where our insight solutions, led by our interactive safaris, can help. Our safaris, backed by expert insight across retail and food-to-go, help you understand the changing dynamics of the market and how the most impactful and innovative players are evolving their propositions and formats to take advantage. We deliver safaris in a wide range of destinations. You can learn more about some of our favourites below, and get in touch to find out how we curate the best and latest innovation across Europe into insight solutions to unlock new insights to help you better meet food - and drink - missions.
In our view the best market in which to see food-to-go specialist format development, this is just the start of the innovation culture. In perhaps the most global megacity, our groups take inspiration not just from food-to-go but also from retail, food halls and restaurants.
Irish retailers are best-in-class when it comes to the development of food-to-go in retail. The standards continue to rise, with a strong desire across the board from retailers to win in the expanding food-to-go space. Dublin provides excellent inspiration for anyone looking to strengthen their food-to-go element in retail.
Impressive and differentiated food fusion formats, cutting across retail and foodservice missions, have emerged from a culture of innovation that makes Amsterdam an impactful case study market. But as well as fusion formats, it's also a great location to see excellent food retailing, where aesthetics and efficiency combine to great effect.
Milan is in our view the best place to see how Italian food and coffee culture combines with a range of inspirational formats, both across well thought through concepts such as Coop's store of the future and inspirational concepts such as Eataly and Starbucks Roastery.
- London safari: food-to-go trends and format innovationTime is TBDSaint Pancras Station