Retail Publications

  • Big Brands Confront Big Changes at US Grocers

    July 28, 2017 | Bain infographic

    Large consumer product companies are at a crossroads as several trends transform the grocery industry.

  • How Big Brands Can Prepare for US Grocery's Tectonic Shifts

    March 08, 2017 | Bain Brief

    As US consumer trends shift and grocers react, consumer goods companies face massive risks to their growth and profit formulas.

  • François Faelli: How Brands Can Prepare for European Retailing's Tectonic Shifts

    November 02, 2016 | Bain video

    Shopper habits in Europe are changing faster than ever, placing increased strain on traditional retailers and consumer product companies alike.

  • Europe's Shifting Consumer Markets

    March 29, 2016 | Consumer Products | Bain infographic

    How consumer goods brands can adapt to the major changes faced by Europe's retailers.

  • How Brands Can Prepare for European Retailing's Tectonic Shifts

    March 16, 2016 | Bain Brief

    Europe’s grocers are grappling with the weakening performance of big-box stores, the rise of everyday value concepts and the acceleration of e-commerce. Here's how consumer goods companies can control their own destinies and protect margins in this changing retail landscape.

  • How Europe's grocers keep food sales fresh

    January 21, 2009 | Retail | The Wall Street Journal Europe

    " The capability to cater to local preferences in a cost-effective way may help position these companies to weather the economic downturn better than their competitors.

  • Finding growth in Europe's shifting grocery landscape

    July 17, 2008 | Retail | Bain Brief

    Europeans are changing their habits, and that's changing the way they shop. Among the trends, they're more concerned than ever about their health and the environment, and they're eager for a more enjoyable shopping experience.

  • From boxes to solutions: Is your sales force ready?

    February 28, 2003 | Benelux newsletter

    There's a real revolution unfolding out there and its ramifications affect us all manufacturers, buyers, suppliers, and consumers. This revolution is none other than the product to service migration and it's changing the way companies package their offerings.