Online and offline retail

Solid industry knowledge in the new reality

In recent years, the market complexity of retail and consumer goods has increased. Competition within the Dutch market has grown and margins and prices are under pressure. The biggest influence on these changes has arisen from shifting consumer behaviours, sharper regulations and greater technological capabilities.

 

Challenges for the online and offline retail sectors

The sector poses various challenges that require knowledge and strategic insight from the companies in this industry. Cor Pijnenburg from Q-Concepts is a discussion partner for companies in this sector, dealing with various components of business management; sustainability, scale, consolidation, omni-channel retailing, margin management and chain management.

 

Vision online and offline retail sectors

Industry knowledge; you can find ourvision on the Dutch (non) food retail sector, focused on “Fashion” here, based on the Five Forces model (competitive forces model), developed by Michael Porter. The model shows the developments and trends that influence the competitiveness in this sector. Feel free to contact us if you would like a sparring session about the impact of developments in the five forces on the competitive position of your company.

 

Fashion retail

Online retail

Non food retail

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