Alcohol brands in travel retail are facing a number of fundamental short- and long-term shifts as a result of the impact of Covid-19 on the channel
Pernod Ricard’s CEO of Global Travel Retail is optimistic about the future of the travel retail market despite this year’s negative trends
IWSR looks to answer this question with the publication of an in-depth assessment of beverage alcohol consumption and consumer behaviour in 2020
IWSR investigates the changes shaping the channel, the challenges drinks brands face on the road to recovery and how they may need to pivot post-Covid-19
New IWSR forecasts show greater resilience than initially projected, with positive news on impending vaccine potentially pushing beverage alcohol recovery even further
Global alcohol consumption grew last year, however, new IWSR research forecasts that Covid-19 will push 2019 volume gains back by 5 years
The IWSR identifies six key trends that are growing in significance amidst COVID-19, and analyses their potential for long term disruption
As we see more innovation, investment and consumers moving into the online space, brand owners need to view ecommerce as a market in its own right.
The IWSR Coronavirus Risk Assessment Model will give industry leaders the clarity needed to confidently respond to a serious event with global implications
The core issue affecting beverage alcohol suppliers recently has not so much been a difficult trading environment per se, but the sheer uncertainty geopolitical issues have created
Amazon's launch of its own-label spirits brand and its debut gin is of no surprise to IWSR analysts. The scale of Amazon’s ambitions, however, is worth closer examination.
With the RTD category booming, carbonation is adding zing and nuance to cocktails both on-premise and within the RTD space.
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