How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report

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Based on Verdict's proprietary market data and insight into key fuel retailers, this brief provides you with an up-to-date picture of the fuel retailing market in Russia. In addition to outlining service station numbers, fuel sales, competitor shares, and fuel and site forecasts, it also details retailers' c-store, car wash, and unmanned site numbers with an overview of their product offerings.Benchmark your service station retail offer against the major national players in the sector by examining their number of sites, shops and car washes.Develop new marketing ideas for your service station shop and card propositions by examining the activities of other players across Russia.Make informed pitches to potential partners by gaining insights into the major retailers' networks, market shares, fuel throughputs, and future plans.Assess overall market entry potential by accessing key market indicators including registered cars and national fuel volumes.In Russia, the number of fuel retail outlets dropped slightly by 1.5% in 2010 and there were just over 27,000 service stations at the beginning of 2011. In 2010, the total volume of fuel sold in Russia increased by over 20% after a drop of 2.0% in the previous year.The Russian fuel retail market is extremely fragmented. The leading player, Lukoil, operates just over 8% of all service stations in the country. The majority of Russian service stations are owned by independent fuel retailers.In Russia, the proportion of service stations with a shop is relatively low, at just over 12%. Oil majors such as Lukoil and Rosneft operate shops at a majority of their service stations.Who are the top five players in the Russian service station retail market and how many sites and forecourt shops do they have'What is the market share and average fuel throughput per site of the top five players in Russia'How is the service station network evolving and which players are opening new outlets'What strategies do the key players have across their fuel and non-fuel offerings in terms of products sold, branding, partnerships and suppliers used'

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How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report

  1. 1. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer ReportPublished on April 2012 Report SummaryBased on Verdicts proprietary market data and insight into key fuel retailers, this brief provides you with an up-to-date picture of thefuel retailing market in Russia. In addition to outlining service station numbers, fuel sales, competitor shares, and fuel and siteforecasts, it also details retailers c-store, car wash, and unmanned site numbers with an overview of their productofferings.Benchmark your service station retail offer against the major national players in the sector by examining their number ofsites, shops and car washes.Develop new marketing ideas for your service station shop and card propositions by examining theactivities of other players across Russia.Make informed pitches to potential partners by gaining insights into the major retailersnetworks, market shares, fuel throughputs, and future plans.Assess overall market entry potential by accessing key market indicatorsincluding registered cars and national fuel volumes.In Russia, the number of fuel retail outlets dropped slightly by 1.5% in 2010 andthere were just over 27,000 service stations at the beginning of 2011. In 2010, the total volume of fuel sold in Russia increased byover 20% after a drop of 2.0% in the previous year.The Russian fuel retail market is extremely fragmented. The leading player, Lukoil,operates just over 8% of all service stations in the country. The majority of Russian service stations are owned by independent fuelretailers.In Russia, the proportion of service stations with a shop is relatively low, at just over 12%. Oil majors such as Lukoil andRosneft operate shops at a majority of their service stations.Who are the top five players in the Russian service station retail marketand how many sites and forecourt shops do they haveWhat is the market share and average fuel throughput per site of the top fiveplayers in RussiaHow is the service station network evolving and which players are opening new outletsWhat strategies do the keyplayers have across their fuel and non-fuel offerings in terms of products sold, branding, partnerships and suppliers used Table of ContentEXECUTIVE SUMMARYVerdict viewKey findings- (Untitled sub-section)Main conclusions- Footwear share of shopper continues to decline- C1s take hardest hit- High penetration of 1624s increases- Range remains key - but price is increasingly a deal breakerRetailer highlights- Clarks continues to attract the most shoppers for footwear- Steady share of primarily older, more affluent shoppers at M&S- Sports Directs footwear main users are using its stores more and its competitors less- JD Sports widens gap to JJB- Footfall slips for Shoe Zone- Price perception at New Look falters in competitive climate- Next wins over fewer visitorsHow Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 1/12
  2. 2. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!- Primark the worst performer for loyalty, as value position fails to make up for service and quality issues- Loyalty falls for Asda due to range limitations- Third highest loyalty rate for JJB despite a score drop- Brantano has lowest visitor share for fourth consecutive yearSECTOR SUMMARYShare of shopper- Footwear continues to declinePenetration of footwear shoppers- Skew towards younger shoppers increasesRetailer usage- Clarks slips but maintains huge lead- Main user share by regionConversion rates- Main users increase as proportion of fewer visitorsShopping around- Fewer shoppers overall means higher proportion of core customers and less shopping aroundLoyalty- Steady, and relatively high, loyalty among footwear shoppersDrivers of loyalty/ disloyalty- Range remains key but price of growing importanceASDAMust improve range to win back shoppers- Setback in 2012 growth- C2s are slipping away- Converts fewer visitors to main users- Loyalty falls for Asda due to range limitations- Loyal shoppers appreciate price improvementsVisitors- Growth trend arrestedMain users- Drop below level of previous three yearsConversion rates- Plummet in conversion of shoppersLoyalty- Drop signals range problemCompetitors- Asdas footwear customers on a tight leashBRANTANOFootfall shrinks to a loyal core needs to add fashion to attract new young blood- Lowest visitor share for fourth consecutive year- Loyalty increases as main users drop- Lowest shopping around score in survey- Disloyal main users would rather use ClarksVisitors- Drop further off 2008 peakMain users- Recovery stallsConversion ratesHow Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 2/12
  3. 3. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!- Stay above averageLoyalty- Improves as shopper base reduces to coreCompetitors- Shopping around improves as shopper base reduces to coreCLARKSClarks stays ahead- Continues to attract the most shoppers for footwear- Conversion rate drops back- Loyalty drops but keeps top spotVisitors- Visitor share drops back, but Clarks stays topMain users- Clarks maintains significant leadConversion rates- Converting visitors to main users more difficultLoyalty- Clarks shoppers stay loyalCompetitors- M&S remains a key competitorJD SPORTSStrong range helps to build shopper share and loyalty- Grows brand strength and store numbers- JD Sports widens gap to JJB- Wins loyalty with impressive offerVisitors- Grow due to brand strength and store numbersMain users- Rise by a good step thanks to big improvement in conversionConversion rates- Bounce back as customers appreciate improvement in propositionLoyalty- Strong gain largely due to rangeCompetitors- Widens gap to JJBJJB SPORTSStore closures impact on visitor share- Visitor share drops as more stores close- Conversion rate rises from bottom among Top 11- Third highest loyalty score despite drop- JJB main users shop around more than the averageVisitors- Visitor share drops as stores closeMain users- Decline once moreConversion rates- Conversion rate recovers but remains lowLoyaltyHow Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 3/12
  4. 4. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!- Loyalty remains relatively highCompetitors- JJB loses grip on its customers as they shop around moreMARKS & SPENCERLoyalty of older generation doesnt deliver new shoppers instore- Man and Woman sub brands raise footfall, but shares of footwear shoppers remain relatively low- Steady share of primarily older, more affluent shoppers at M&S- Must work harder on winning over visitors- Not only does quality continue to impress but also price perception improves- Clarks continues to temptVisitors- Footfall recoversMain users- Share steadyConversion rates- Must work harder on winning over visitorsLoyalty- Not only does quality continue to impress but also price perception improvesCompetitors- M&S customers shop elsewhere less, but still drawn to ClarksNEXTLower footfall & conversion as price points lose resonance- Drops shopper numbers- Next wins over fewer visitors- Loyalty pushed down by price sensitivityVisitors- Footfall slowsMain users- Next loses shareConversion rates- Next wins over fewer visitorsLoyalty- Down due to price sensitivityCompetitors- Less shopping aroundPRIMARKNeeds to focus on quality and store environment to improve loyalty- Visitor share grows again, but rate continues to slow- Conversion rate increases but remains below average- Primark the worst performer for loyalty, as value position fails to make up for service and quality issuesVisitors- Footfall growth slows againMain users- Growth outperforms footfallConversion rates- Improve but remain below averageLoyalty- Drops with poor performance on qualityHow Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 4/12
  5. 5. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Competitors- Shopping around improves mightily as main users shun value rivalsSHOE ZONEPrice is king in competing with grocers- Footfall slips - as price perception weakens - but Shoe Zone impresses more in other areas- Difficult to convert in competitive climateVisitors- Fails to attract footfallMain users- Slipping further as shoppers switch awayConversion rates- Difficult to convert in competitive climateLoyalty- Price rating slips but offer continues to resonateCompetitors- Asda and Primark continue to appealSPORTS DIRECTFaces a tough balancing act in gaining new customers while retaining old ones- Visitor and main user share continue to grow- Conversion falls sharply as AB shoppers use it selectively- Sports Direct has the sharpest fall in loyalty among the Top 11 profiled retailers- Sports Directs footwear main users are using its stores more and its competitors lessVisitors- Advance continuesMain users- Reach another new peakConversion ratesLoyalty- Sharp decline among C2 shoppersCompetitors- Keeps customers on tighter leashAPPENDIXMethodology- Selection of parliamentary constituencies- Selection of enumeration districts- Selection of respondents- Post survey weightingAsk the analystGlobal Retail FreeViewVerdict Research consultingDisclaimerTABLESTable: Profile of footwear shoppers by region 2012Table: Percentage of active footwear shoppers regularly visiting each retailer 200812How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 5/12
  6. 6. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Table: Percentage of active footwear shoppers mainly using each retailer 200812Table: Share of main users of each retailer by TV region 2012Table: Average rate of conversion from visitor to main user by TV region 2012Table: Average number of other stores used by TV region 2012Table: Percentage of footwear shoppers loyal to their main store by TV region 2012Table: Detailed drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Footwear loyalty score 200812Table: Footwear loyalty score (continued) 200812Table: Footwear disloyalty score 200812Table: Footwear disloyalty score (continued) 200812Table: What disloyal users preferred about other footwear stores 200812Table: What disloyal users preferred about other footwear stores (continued) 200812Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 6/12
  7. 7. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Visitor share by region 2012Table: Main user share by region 2012Table: Conversion rates by region 2012How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 7/12
  8. 8. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Table: Loyalty by region 2012Table: Drivers of loyalty 2012Table: Drivers of disloyalty 2012Table: Potential changes 2012Table: Other footwear stores used 200812Table: Retailers most used in other sectors 2012Table: Sample sizes by sector 2012FIGURESFigure: Footwear share of shopper 200812Figure: Profile of footwear shoppers by gender 200812Figure: Profile of footwear shoppers by age bracket (%), 200812Figure: Profile of footwear shoppers (%) by socioeconomic class, 200812Figure: Percentage of consumers who shop for footwear by demographics 2012Figure: Percentage of consumers who shop for footwear, by TV region 2012Figure: Concentration of main user share of Top Five retailers in 2010Figure: Concentration of main user share of Top Five retailers in 2011Figure: Concentration of main user share of Top Five retailers in 2012Figure: Average rate of conversion from visitor to main user % 200812Figure: Rate of conversion from visitor to main user by retailer % 2012Figure: Average number of other stores used by retailer 2012Figure: Average number of other stores used 200812Figure: Percentage of footwear shoppers that are loyal to their main store 200812Figure: % of footwear shoppers loyal to their main store, by demographic group 2012Figure: Percentage of footwear shoppers loyal to their main store, by retailer 2012Figure: Percentage point change in loyalty rates, latest year-on-year by retailer 2012Figure: Percentage of loyal main users identifying drivers of loyalty 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 8/12
  9. 9. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 9/12
  10. 10. Find Industry reports, Company profilesReportLinker and Market Statistics >> Get this Report Now by email!Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 2012Figure: Visitor share 200812Figure: Visitor share by demographic group 2012Figure: Main user share 200812Figure: Main user share by demographic group 2012Figure: Conversion rates 200812Figure: Conversion rates by demographic group 2012Figure: Loyalty 200812Figure: Loyalty by demographic group 2012Figure: Preference stores 2012Figure: Shopping around 200812Companies mentionedCMS Energy Corporation, Currys, Hutchison 3G UK Limited, Intek SpA, J Sainsbury plc, JJB Sports plc, Kingfisher Plc, Marks andSpencer Group plc, Publicis Groupe SA, Schindler Holding Ltd., The TJX Companies, Inc.How Britain Shops for Footwear 2012 | Verdict Consumer Report (From Slideshare) Page 10/12
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