In this episode Christian is joined by Asda’s former CEO, Andy Clarke, now chairman of AI-powered retail system Spoon Guru.
Andy reflects on the way in which the supermarket and grocery sector responded in the early stages of the pandemic, with panic buying and intense demand shining a light on supply chains, logistics and consumer behaviour.
He also talks about the continuing rise of the challengers; the forces changing the sector; and the failed Asda-Sainsbury’s merger.
Also in this episode, Christian looks at the success of the new small business loan scheme; Norman Lamont’s warning of economic disaster; and Heathrow’s latest case for a third runway.
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