The benefits and opportunities around exports are still compelling for food and drink businesses, despite recent challenges. The Knowledge Bank has resources and ideas to start, resume or accelerate your export journey.
The UK market offers serious potential for your business.
There’s strong interest in local food and an appetite for Scottish food and drink across the UK. Supply chains are being rebuilt, listings are there to be won, and e-commerce is booming.
To go after this business, you need not just insights on markets, categories, supply chains, consumers, trends and more, but pointers for what you can do next. You’ll find all that here.
Jumpstart your regional and national growth in grocery with a powerpack of retail market and category reports, shopper insights, trends, webinars, ideas and signposts – equally valuable and actionable whether you want to develop locally, regionally or nationally.
The information sets you up perfectly to approach and negotiate with buyers, take part in tenders, and win new listings.Retail
Sharpen your focus on your UK out-of-home opportunities with a better understanding of this hugely exciting, but often complex, market – the customer priorities, the competition, the consumer and contract market trends and the real-life steps you can take.
The Knowledge Bank puts all this at your service, helping you direct your investment and sales more effectively, and take your business to new places and levels.Foodservice
The UK Market Development team at Scotland Food & Drink is delighted to be working with The Knowledge Bank and IGD to deliver a virtual workshop on Tuesday 24th August at 10:00am that looks at the sustainability strategies of grocery, major retailers and food service operators.
Join this interactive workshop which will be delivered in two parts, to understand more about what your business needs to be doing in this area. In the first session, you will hear from speakers from Asda, Co-op and Sodexo who will talk about their sustainability strategies and in the second session, you will get a chance to ask the panel questions as well as share your own experiences and thoughts.
Find out more information and register below.Register now
Whether you’re looking at home markets or exports, The Knowledge Bank will help you plan better and act smarter
Find out more about using the Knowledge Bank by contacting The Knowledge Bank team on firstname.lastname@example.org