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Sainsbury’s ‘Slow Shopping’ proves a hit

UK supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has launched Slow Shopping to make it easier for elderly and disabled customers to enjoy a trip to the supermarket.

Sainsbury’s ‘Slow Shopping’ proves a hit

UK supermarket giant Sainsbury’s has launched Slow Shopping to make it easier for elderly and disabled customers to enjoy a trip to the supermarket.

Asian products feature in 8.8 Shopping Festival

Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Thailand products were showcased in Tmall Global’s annual 8.8 Shopping Festival.

Sainsbury’s claim it leads rivals ‘dubious’

UK supermarket retailer Sainsbury’s has had a disappointing start to the year, according to Verdict Retail analyst David Alexander.

Sainsbury’s claim it leads rivals ‘dubious’

UK supermarket retailer Sainsbury’s has had a disappointing start to the year, according to Verdict Retail analyst David Alexander.

The ‘end is nigh’ for Homebase brand

The end is nigh for the Homebase brand, with rumours abounding new owner, Wesfarmers, will roll out the Bunnings brand in up to nine stores by Summer.

The ‘end is nigh’ for Homebase brand

The end is nigh for the Homebase brand, with rumours abounding new owner, Wesfarmers, will roll out the Bunnings brand in up to nine stores by Summer.

Tide turns – at last – for Sainsbury’s

UK grocery giant Sainsbury’s has turned the tide in the fourth quarter.

Tide turns – at last – for Sainsbury’s

UK grocery giant Sainsbury’s has turned the tide in the fourth quarter.

Asda set to cull jobs

Walmart’s UK subsidiary Asda – Great Britain’s third largest supermarket chain – plans to shed hundreds of jobs as its adjusts to a loss of market share.

Asda the weakest of UK top 4 grocers

This week’s results from UK supermarket retailer Asda show it is currently the weakest performer amongst the market’s Big Four.

What’s next: Retail 5 years in the future

“My brain hurt like a warehouse, it had no room to spare, I had to cram so many things, to store everything in there.” The lyrics in David Bowie’s song, Five Years, capture what life is like for many consumers in the fading light of the year 2013. This is the age of overload and overindulgence. We don’t watch TV any more, we binge view. We no longer communicate; we drown in email and social media inputs. We don’t make simple purchase decisions; instead we battle choice paralysis …