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Rising Prices and Changing Consumer Habits: The Impact on Grocers in Canada

Matt Godinsky

Matt Godinsky

6 Jan 22

Supply chain issues and inflation are affecting both how Canadian consumers shop for groceries, and the outlook for Canadian grocers. Inflation is having a disproportionate effect on those living near the poverty level, leading to greater deal-seeking among consumers. The negative influences of inflationary pressures and supply chain issues are likely to persist well into 2022.

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Major League Soccer and Liga MX: A Partnership for Growth

Dorothy Calba

Dorothy Calba

17 Nov 21

Recently, Major League Soccer (MLS) and Liga MX hosted their first joint All-Star game, another significant step in the progressing partnership between the two leagues.

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Sponsorship Value Growth to Shape NBA’s Commercial Narrative This Season

Justas Gedvilas

Justas Gedvilas

1 Nov 21

The National Basketball Association (NBA) has commenced its 2021-2022 season, marking the league’s 75th anniversary. Ranked third in Euromonitor International’s 2021 Global League Index, the NBA is returning to a full schedule of 82 games this season, after the previous season was curtailed due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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Skating Towards Recovery: The NHL’s Plan to Boost Commercial Performance in the 2021/22 Season

Egle Tekutyte

Egle Tekutyte

22 Oct 21

The National Hockey League (NHL), like many other top sports leagues, is eager to rebound as quickly as possible from the disruption caused by the pandemic. The 2021/22 season sees the league return to its 82 game regular season, where the majority of teams plan to welcome fans back to arenas operating at full capacity. To gauge how quickly any league or team can recover, it’s important to understand both the strengths and weaknesses of the sports property and the strategies being implemented that will drive commercial revenues in the short to mid-term.

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Meal Kits: Here to Stay or a Passing Fad?

Dewey Warner

Dewey Warner

30 Jan 20

This article was originally published in Canadian Grocer.  The jury is still out on the success of meal kits in Canada, and the same can be said for North America as well as globally. Their story is one of varied results but ultimately sustained…

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Retail Council of Canada’s STORE Conference Event Recap

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

4 Jun 18

I had the opportunity to attend the Retail Council of Canada’s STORE Conference from 29-30 May, where the importance of the evolving customer journey, personalization, and retail experience were the major topics of discussion across speakers. The…

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How Canada’s Digital Consumers Will Shop and Spend

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

9 May 18

Key takeaways E-commerce is highly accessible to Canadian consumers Digital consumers in Canada seek convenience, information, and free shipping Canadian consumers already use the internet extensively, both for shopping and shopping-adjacent…

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The Travel Outlook in Canada

Euromonitor International

Euromonitor International

29 Jan 18

The weak Canadian dollar was not the only incentive for visits from international travellers in 2017. Canada celebrated its 150th birthday with nationwide events, attracting both international and domestic travellers. There was free admission to more…

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Canada Consumer Trends, Q1 2018

Mark Strobel

Mark Strobel

23 Jan 18

Canada Consumer Trends, Q1 2018  Once a quarter, Euromonitor’s Canada research team meets to discuss the biggest trends affecting consumers and consumption.  Find out what Euromonitor analysts are watching in Canada in the first quarter of 2018,…