Every Scottish food and drink business has tangible opportunities in UK markets. The Knowledge Bank data and insights will help you identify and capture them.
It's about accessible intelligence, accurate information and tangible actions. The Knowledge Bank's insight service gives you access to a unique blend of customised market research, data analysis and consumer insights.
The expertise available covers everything from using intelligence to inform strategy, identifying new routes to market and developing resilient supply chains. With all of that at your fingertips you will have the essential information you need to identify where the best opportunities are to sell more, or sell more profitably.
And with the world changing at such a fast pace, the right knowledge will mean you can meet the daily challenges and adapt to ever-changing futures with confidence, and before anyone else.
Here are just a few examples of how you could translate The Knowledge Bank insights into action in your own business:
The breadth of knowledge across the Scotland Food & Drink Partnership is vast - covering all key sectors, markets and parts of the supply chain. Our Knowledge Bank Team bring their insights together into one place to support your business.
Information in The Knowledge Bank is password protected, but it’s free to access if you’re part of the Scottish food and drink supply chain.
If you require access, contact The Knowledge Bank team on email@example.com
Whether you’re looking at home markets or exports, The Knowledge Bank will help you plan better and act smarter
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Amanda Brown discusses the slow return to a new normal and rise in consumer confidence being witnessed in our hospitality sector as well as grocery retail.
In collaboration with Kantar, this research explores discount retailers performance over the last 12 months in Scotland, looking at opportunities for future growth and strategic developments.
In March 2020, the commercial out-of-home food and drink sector, both in the UK and nearly all international markets, disappeared almost completely and overnight. As the world introduced measures to curb the pandemic the consumer landscape seemed to transform by the week.
Treading a delicate path between lockdowns and hospitality re-starts, operators round the world have been finding ever more inventive ways to keep our love of food and drink central to our new lives. Two trends that have emerged recently are making the most of our focus on home cooking and our need to escape.