Shoppers Drug Mart

27
NOV
2013

What You Need to Know about the Rising M Shoppers

m-Shoppers – Capture A Growing Segment Armed with Smartphones A growing segment of retail shoppers is going to take more of your time and attention. There’s no getting around them. They’re called m-shoppers or showroomers; those armed with their ever-present smartphones. Here’s... Read More →
29
OCT
2013

What’s Next for Shoppers Drug Mart and Loblaws?

Players in the the Canadian retail scene are spoiling for a fight  and we’re wondering how many Canadian companies will survive this battle. Entrants like Whole Foods and Target are creating new ripples in the grocery and pharmaceutical wars. And where will these retailers source... Read More →
02
JAN
2013

Walmart vs Amazon – Where is Retailing Headed?

The competition between online and offline retail is heating up.  Online contender Amazon has reached $34 Billion in sales while brick and mortar Walmart dwarfs that with its $300+ Billion in sales.  Doesn’t seem like much of a match, but as the charts below reveal, Amazon... Read More →
24
SEP
2012

POP Display Survey – What Makes A Display Work?

Think about your most successful product displays for a moment. List each of its most prominent features that you recognize. Why did the designer choose those features and do you believe they helped make the display successful? Please take a moment to tell us what you believe are... Read More →
14
SEP
2012

Shopper Marketing 5.0: Creating Value with Shopper Solutions

The 5th annual Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) shopper marketing research study focuses in on what is really important in shopper marketing and POP display and advertising – creating motivation, value, and driving sales instore. Of course, marketing has always strived to... Read More →
30
AUG
2012
Retail Store Shelving

How Good POP Displays Can Save the Day

Brand and product managers have plenty of challenges these days. Retail competition is so intense and it’s difficult to get onto retail shelves and catch shopper’s attention. And when they get their products on store shelves, they feel horror when their products are clumped... Read More →