Let us supercharge your innovation strategy in our one day sessions
across major European retail and food-to-go hotspots
Join us in the cities that lead the development of retail and food-go across Europe to help you better understanding the future direction of the market, the trends that are changing the landscape and the opportunities for your business.
21 March 2019
We’ll explore some of the latest developments across UK retail and food-to-go, showcasing the latest stores from retailers and food-to-go specialists.
Join this safari if:
- You want to understand more about the UK retail market, the focus of specific retailers and where your products could fit into their thinking
- You want to understand more about winning formats across retail, with a focus on urban supermarkets, convenience stores and food-to-go specialists
- You want to understand how your proposition (format and/ or product) needs to evolve to take advantage
25 April 2019
Dublin sits at the cross-section of food-to-go and retail, with convenience retailers in particular leading the way in how they develop impressive and impactful food-to-go solutions.
Join us on this safari if:
- You want to see what’s possible in how far small store retailers can stretch into food-to-go proposition, and what they need to do to get there
- You want to get under the skin of best in class convenience retailing, and see some of the best forecourts in Europe
26 September 2019
Amsterdam provides a great case study market, supported by a number of excellent retailers delivering a range of inspirational formats.
Join us in Amsterdam if:
- You’re focused on food-to-go or food-for later from either a manufacturer perspective or an in-store perspective. If you’re interested in how fresh can be combined with meal solutions, whether food-for-now or food-for-later, there’s lots to take from this market
- You’re interested in the role of counters, and how efficiency can be combined with visual appeal
- You want to see a different approach to how stores are laid out in a market in which labour costs are high and labour therefore needs to be optimised