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With Mother’s Day coming up on Sunday, the Savvy Shopper Panel reveals that 66% of shoppers are likely to celebrate, and over a quarter plan to spend more this year compared with last year. Read the full findings on the blog: Mother’s Day
In light of this the Insight Team have been out into store this week to see what retailers are doing for the event. Some examples of in-store PoS captured by the Photo Store are below, from M&S, Asda, Waitrose and Sainsbury’s.
Co-op to cut ‘clutter’ in-store – The Grocer
The Co-op has launched a major revamp of its in-store marketing, including taking the axe to confusing “cardboard clutter” and moving to a new transparent rate card for food and drink suppliers. The first brands to start using the new system saw their campaigns rolled out this week, following the January overhaul carried out by the retailer’s shopper marketing agency Threefold. The Co-op said the move would reduce clutter by introducing new limits on how many point of sale promotions can be used in store. As part of the move, the Co-op is reducing the number of different types of PoS from 37 to 19. It said it would make it simpler for brands to have sight of what is available and where to invest marketing funds.
Other notable brands and retailers that have been covered in the full Inside Knowledge piece are: Co-Op, Waitrose, Tesco, Next, Red Bull, Jameson, Homepride, and Diageo.
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