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Walmart adds to private labels with Italy’s Coop
The retailer is looking to expand its premium food selection by bringing the Fior Fiore brand to shelves at an "everyday low price."
What Canadians want to hear from brands right now
The latest wave of IMI's COVID-19 research also provides updates on how consumer shopping habits continue to shift.
What’s in store for click-and-collect?
From retailers like IKEA to restaurants like Freshii, how brands are making sure "BOPIS" options can meet customers where they are.
Bloom mattresses pop up at Walmart
The Sleep Country mattress-in-a-box brand made appearances inside two of the retailer's stores in the lead-up to back-to-school.
Walmart opens new Urban Supercentre concept
New technology, pop-ups and third-party partners are being tested to create a more convenient shopping experience.
Mobile strategies at retail
At this year's Store conference, panelists from Walmart, FGL Sports and Holt Renfrew discuss the integration of mobile in store.
Retail’s identity crisis
It's time for brands to be bolder and faster on many fronts.
Walmart Canada launches environmental initiative
The retailer enlists suppliers like Maple Leaf, Unilever and Agropur to remove emissions from the supply chain for Project Gigaton.
How Freshii is moving beyond QSR
The fast casual resto is driving competition in aisle, entering places like Walmart and Shell C-stores with its fresh food.
Strategy’s most read of 2018: C-Suite
Here are the stories that caught the eye of senior marketers this year.
Tech in Action: Walmart is testing self-driving delivery
A pilot with Ford is exploring how autonomous vehicles could play a role in purchasing everyday items.
Why Kobo chose to partner with Walmart in the U.S.
The Toronto-based ebook company brings its international retail strategy to a market dominated by big players.
The new speed (and paths) of retail
How mass brands are going direct and digital in an effort to win consumers first and fast.
Do Canadians still trust their grocery stores?
After allegations of bread price fixing, a survey shows existing relationships might help grocers ride out an ongoing scandal.
MAOY Bronze: Mindshare’s content push
The Toronto shop boosts its agility with a newly launched business unit.