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Retail Analysis is your window on the world of retail, providing insights on retailers, countries, stores and trends.
Our team of retail experts track the latest industry trends, deliver and analyse key news, and visit retailers and their stores around the world to provide you with commercial insights that will help you build stronger plans and work more effectively day-to-day.
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Use your supply chain to be more efficient, improve capability and grow your company. Supply Chain Analysis gives you the latest insight, case studies and thought leadership on how to build a successful supply chain.
INSIGHT AND ANALYSIS
This is the first report from IGD’s new industry benchmarking programme. It details responses to our recent supply chain performance measurement survey, which attracted 225 global responses.
This is the second report from IGD’s 2020 industry benchmarking programme. It looks into new and emerging areas of supply chain performance measurement, with insight from 225 global respondents.
We surveyed Commercial and Supply Chain professionals to get their views on the building blocks for industry collaboration. Use these reports to assess the industry’s maturity and how you can develop your own capability.
We surveyed Commercial and Supply Chain professionals to get their views on the building blocks for industry collaboration. This first report assesses the maturity of business structures and strategies and the vital roles they play.
This second report assesses the maturity of Tech and Data and the vital roles they play in effective collaboration.
This third (and final) report assesses the industry's maturity with Capability and Culture.
Use these reports as a framework to compare yourself to your peers and a roadmap for future development.
The more we can synchronise our supply chains, the closer we’ll be to serving the ever-changing needs of our shoppers and consumers.
As our supply chains change, people are increasingly becoming our most valuable asset.
Businesses which explore and embrace technology will find ways to differentiate themselves from the competition.
Our globally connected supply chains need to be prepared for new and emerging risks, as well as flexible to create new opportunities.