This is a detailed report covering Metro’s store formats, private labels, history, key employees, and key financial and operational metrics in Poland.
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of Metro’s operations in Poland and is an essential tool to gain a detailed understanding of the company’s local operations.
The report presents Metro’s strategy, which is essential in understanding the direction of the company in the coming years.
A unique table that presents the information of major retailers in Poland. It provides information on the retailers’ store banners, country of origin, store count, and the year of inception in Poland.
An insightful analysis of Metro in Poland, providing details of its store formats, private labels, history, news, key employee biographies, and key financial and operational metrics.
The report provides market share data for Metro and its key competitors in Poland. Additionally, it presents investment strategies of the company’s key competitors, and this information is essential to gain an understanding of the market.
Why was the report written?
This is a comprehensive report covering Metro’s operations in Poland. It offers an insightful analysis of the company and details of its store formats, private labels, history, news, key employees, and key financial and operational metrics.The report also presents market shares and investment strategies of the company’s key local competitors.
What is the current market landscape and what is changing?
Poland has been one of the prime investing destinations for foreign retailers in Europe. However, the current unstable macroeconomic conditions have negatively affected consumption rates, pushing retailers to adopt new strategies to foment growth as consumers continue to rationalize their spending.
What makes this report unique and essential to read?
The report provides detailed information on Metro’s operations and strategy in Poland. Additionally, it presents market shares and investment strategies of the company’s key competitors in the country.
Reasons To Buy
Unstable macroeconomic conditions and the global slowdown will continue to have an impact on retail sales in the country.
Increased unemployment would put pressure on consumption rates, forcing consumers to focus on necessary spending, thereby impacting luxury purchases in the country.
1.1 What is the report about?
2 Metro Polska – Company Profile
2.1 Business Description
2.1.1 Store formats
2.1.2 Private labels
2.2 Awards and Recognitions
3 Metro Polska – Key Information
3.1 Financial Performance
3.2 Operational Performance
3.2.1 Store Count
3.2.2 Sales per store
3.2.3 Sales per square meter
3.2.4 Revenue per employee
3.2.5 Employees per thousand square meters
3.3 Key Employees
4 Metro Polska – Corporate Strategy
4.1 Focus on Cash and Carry and Consumer Electronics Businesses
5 Competitive Environment
5.1 Major Food Retailers in Poland
5.2 Market Share of Major Food Retailers in Poland
6 Investment and Expansion Plans of Competitors
6.1 Jeronimo Martins
7.1 Metro Polska – News
7.2 Events and History
7.3 About Canadean
List of Tables
Table 1: Ratio Definitions
Table 2: Metro Group Polska, Key Facts
Table 3: Metro Group Private Label Brands
Table 4: Metro Polska, Key Employees
Table 5: Metro Polska, Key Employee Biographies
Table 6: Major Food Retailers in Poland
Table 7: Market Share of Major Food Retailers in Poland (%), 2012
List Of Figures
Figure 1: Real Hypermarket Store
Figure 2: Makro Cash and Carry Store
Figure 3: ODIDO Franchise Store
Figure 4: Media Markt consumer electronic store in Poland
Figure 5: Saturn consumer electronic store in Poland
Figure 6: Redcoon.com
Figure 7: Metro Polska Revenues (US$ Million), 2008–2012
Figure 8: Metro Polska Store Count, 2008–2012
Figure 9: Metro Polska Sales per store (US$ Million), 2008–2012
Figure 10: Metro Polska Sales per square meter (US$), 2008–2012
Figure 11: Metro Polska Revenue per employee (‘000 US$), 2008–2012
Figure 12: Metro Polska Employees per thousand square meters, 2008–2012
Figure 13: Market Share of Major Food Retailers in Poland (%), 2012