Global Powers of Retailing 2015

The Global Powers of Retailing identifies the 250 largest retailers around the world and analyzes their performance. It also looks at the world's 50 biggest e-retailers, considers the top trends in the industry, and provides a global economic outlook for the coming year.

Deloitte University Press

Shopping for success

Changing market conditions and new entrants have resulted in retailers being faced with numerous strategic alternatives. The ability to create a truly differentiated position in a crowded marketplace may require bold action and difficult decisions  


Retail, Wholesale and Distribution

Filtering through the clutter; making you relevant

Today’s retailers are confronted by savvy, smartphone-toting consumers and an uncertain economic future. Shifts in the supply chain require wholesale distributors to operate more efficiently.

Retail, Wholesale & Distribution

As consumers have shifted their buying criteria to demand more value, better service and greater convenience, retailers must adapt the way they offer services to meet these evolving consumer needs. In addition, industry consolidation, globalisation, and the growth of technology have blurred the lines among the traditional role of a consumer product manufacturer, wholesaler, distributor, retailer and the customer.

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited’s member firms work with retailers to address these and other challenges. Integrated teams of specialists align with your strategy to deliver solutions that enhance operations for greater efficiency and measurable results.

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André Dennis

Africa C&IP Industry Leader