1. Get Ranging Right

    Meeting the ‘needs of the shopper’ is undeniably at the centre of driving footfall in any convenience store. We have just heard from 20,000 shoppers and a whopping 4 in 5 said that “a range of products to meet my needs” is important.

  2. Online grocery shopping: the growth and impact

    As the online way of life continues to develop and dominate our daily activities, it comes as no surprise that online grocery shopping is on the up.

  3. When is a Forecourt not a Forecourt?

    According to our most recent research, there is a remarkable difference in shopper behaviour in a symbol fascia forecourt compared with an oil company store.

  4. Top Tips: How to engage in store

    him!’s 2015 CTP data suggests that c-store shoppers are more impulsive now than they have been since before the recession - 18% are looking to be inspired in store and 1-in-3 purchasing decisions are made in-store!

  5. Price Marked Packs: Still Relevant to Both Shoppers and Retailers

    As shoppers and retailers alike become increasingly savvy when it comes to looking for a bargain, it is no surprise that our latest research reveals that price marked packs are as popular as ever!

  6. The impact of the tobacco display ban

    4 months later and how has the tobacco display ban in UK convenience stores really impacted the retailers, the shoppers and overall footfall? Price perception, availability and service levels are all discussed. Our new report shares all.

  7. NEW Omni-channel shopper report

    1-in-3 UK adults now visit more than 5 different retailers each month to ful-fill their grocery shopping needs; the majority visiting multiple channels.
    him! have launched an Omni-Channel shopper barometer, new research designed to enable retailers and suppliers to create successful sales strategies across multiple grocery channels.

  8. Food to go in Convenience - INFOGRAPHIC

    him! are about to launch a fully re-vamped Food-to-Go shopper research programme, designed to enable retailers and suppliers to create successful food-to-go strategies and develop actionable plans with their trading partners. Find out more.

  9. Booker / Musgrave acquisition - FREE Infographic

    Booker have acquired Musgrave Retail Partner GB, including Londis and Budgens retail brands, for £40m, following approval from the CMA. Booker intend to further develop Budgens and Londis brands, alongside Premier and Family Shopper.
    Booker will account for 9.4% share of the UK convenience market and cement their place as the biggest symbol group in the UK, with 4,907 stores.

  10. Retail Spotlight: Costcutter

    It's exciting times for Costcutter. Learn about what their shoppers want from store and how the stores are rising to the challenge.

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