An exclusive interview with John Lewis’ Chairman, Sir Charlie Mayfield, on the retailer’s successful omni-channel business model.
Millions of dollars in revenue are generated globally by 'zombie' brands - famous brands that were axed years ago by their original owners.
3D printing: opportunity or a threat? Discover how 3D printing could revolutionize the relationship between retailers, manufacturers and consumers.
Unilever’s CEO Paul Polman talks about strategy and what it took to change the FMCG giant.
Retailers are increasingly embracing the omnichannel model, but balancing customer service and the bottom line is far from easy.
Hans Ouwendijk, CEO of Vlisco group, tells us how the company used brand identity to accelerate growth in Africa.
Liz Claydon, Head of Consumer Markets, KPMG in the UK comments on motivations driving M&A in the food and drink sector.
Consumer payments are being transformed by mobile technology that offers higher convenience while reducing retailers’ operating costs.
The dynamics of games like Super Mario Bros. are teaching retailers how to address customer loyalty programs.
A review on what this year’s games mean for Brazil and big-spending sponsors.
The internet is transforming retail. What lessons can retailers learn from the music industry?
KPMG adds insight as it examines the Gulf States’ strengths, weaknesses, top consumer companies and foreign investors.
With online research driving billions of in-store sales, companies need to capitalize on the rising trend for consumers to research online.
This article discusses the challenges that retailers face in collecting, analyzing and understanding big data to make business decisions.
Procter & Gamble’s sustainability strategy is not only good for the planet, it minimizes its carbon footprint and maximizes the company’s bottom line
The rise of crowdsourcing, presumers and custowners as consumer brands increasingly turn to customers to help drive R&D.
Reshoring, nearshoring and the developing markets are impacting consumer goods companies manufacturing strategy towards rethinking offshoring.
Matt Shay, President and CEO of the National Retail Federation, talks to KPMG on how technology is transforming the way retailers do business.
Trend Spotting – Turn browsers into buyers explores how retailers can woo customers to buy in-store versus online.
Purchasing power of older consumers, and how retailers can tap into this demographic. The mature consumer is emerging as a powerful economic force.
China’s luxury goods industry and developing Chinese luxury brands that the world wants to buy; Chinese customers’ preferences and China’s consumers.
Consumer executives can explore strategy and insight from Zen Buddhist priest Kazuo Inamori who turned around Japan Airlines (JAL).
Case study The Strauss Group: using strategic joint ventures to become a global player
Shopping malls are evolving to attract shoppers and compete with online shopping, including museums, water parks and entertainment to retain customer.
Innovative Business Model for Retailers explores how retailers are keeping customers in-store to increase sales.
McCain Foods expansion strategy and insight from CEO Dirk Van de Put on acquisitions, emerging markets and product diversification.
Carlsberg CEO Jørgen Buhl Rasmussen has overseen the biggest transformation in his company’s history. Now he’s ready for everything.
Retailers and manufacturers are recalibrating their relationship by working together to drive long-term growth.
In hard times, shop floor employees are first to go. So why are the most buoyant retailers upstaffing?
You’re presenting a united face to your customers – but do your operations really deliver? Here’s how the best retailers get multi-channel right.,
Crowdfunding has helped rock stars and tech entrepreneurs. Could big business be next to feel the benefit of lending from customers, not banks?
These countries were billed among the next BRICs. But are their consumer markets performing?
It was the global phenomenon that would herald a new age of premium products. Can a trade agreement make the market viable at last for multinationals?
Rapidly mobilized online campaigns can harm companies’ revenue as well as reputation. How do you stay on top of the Twitterati?
Wesley Batista, CEO JBS, is angry about currency wars but soaring consumer demand for meat helps him sleep soundly.
You know more about your customers than ever before. But how much of your data is actually helping your bottom line?
Can the same technology that gives 200mph supercars a crucial competitive edge help manufacturers get on top of business data?