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Flying Blind: Are Travel Retailers And Brands Failing To Communicate Value To Travellers?

Introduction by: Peter Marshall In airport terminals across the world, travellers are greeted with a myriad of retail opportunities. From luxury boutiques to duty-free havens, the offer of retail opportunities continues to grow everywhere. Yet, despite the allure of tax-free shopping and exclusive offerings, there’s a prevailing sentiment among travellers that value remains elusive in …

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Checking Out Gen Z Is This Ever-Evolving Demographic Really Set to Transform Travel Retail?

Introduction by: Peter Marshall As you know, TRunblocked.com enjoys an unconventional approach to Travel Retail and, at times, adopts a touch of crystal ball gazing. The Gen Z consumer is certainly an increasingly important topic in the industry. Arguably, though, the importance attached may be disproportionate and this industry is currently over-obsessing on both Gen …

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Andrew Cowan, MD Diageo Global Travel: ‘Expect’ To See Hybrid Activations

Introduction by: Peter Marshall Diageo GT is “talking increasingly” about hybrid retail-F&B activations, Managing Director Andrew Cowan has told TRunblocked. In this, the second part of an exclusive interview with Kristiane Sherry, he also discusses sustainability gains and the potential of the no-and low-alcohol category. It’s another cracking interview. Amid the backdrop of wider company …

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Low GTR Penetration Isn’t The Consumers’ Fault Andrew Cowan, MD Diageo Global Travel, Interviewed

Introduction by: Peter Marshall In this, the first of a wide-ranging two-part interview, Diageo Global Travel’s Managing Director Andrew Cowan discusses the drinks giant’s performance with Kristiane Sherry, his product strategy for the coming year and why it isn’t the travelling consumer’s fault that penetration rates remain stubbornly low. Part two will be published on …

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