Vice President Nielsen Sports
Analytic Consultant Retailer Services
Since 2017 Swiss FMCG business is back to growth. After several challenging years driven by price pressure and structural changes, there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel. We see a very heterogeneous growth situation, some areas are growing very fast, while others are still declining.
In the current edition of „Winning Perspectives”, we have a look at train station shop locations. Grocery turnover of shops at train stations have grown dynamically by +8% and a lot of innovative convenience concepts have been tested. Other areas of growth such as e-commerce and local giants are going to be a focus of this year’s Swiss Retail Forum taking place May 2nd, 2018 near Zurich. You find the full program and registration here. The forum is going to be closed by German sports TV legend Waldemar Hartmann.
Talking about sports – Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang (South Korea) just finished and 2018 is going to remain a year with major sports events including the 2018 FIFA Worldcup RussiaTM where Nielsen Sports is acting as Official Market Research Provider. In the article about sponsorship, we have a look at Swiss fan groups and how sponsorship is impacting their grocery consumption behavior.
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Study about price developments in Europe
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Not fast, but agil
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Global study about local and global products
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