Join us for a webinar: the changing grocery consumer profile
Join Kalibrate’s Rich Wilcox, VP Solution Engineering, for a grocery sector webinar discussion focused on the best practices that can be used to address the biggest challenges facing supermarket operators and real estate departments today.
Customer behaviour is changing at a more rapid rate than ever, whether that be due to the rising cost of living, the impact of Covid-19 and the changes your competitors are making. For the grocery sector, these changes have placed greater importance on serving the right customers, with the right offering, in the right location at the right time. Site selection based on accurate and trustworthy data is essential to maximize your investment.
Being able to leverage live data to ensure you’re positioning your stores effectively is the difference between boom and bust.
In this webinar we’ll cover:
- The impact of changing consumer behavior on the supermarket industry
- How mobility data helps organizations understand and respond to the changing consumer profile at a local level
- How to develop actionable insights to optimize your strategy when considering rightsizing, relocating or looking at the right concept for your stores
- A use case on how location-driven insights help organizations capture volume, assess cannibalization, and ensure they don’t overinvest in the wrong markets
Register today and even if you can’t make it, you will be sent a recording to catch up with in your own time.
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