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ESM: The European Supermarket Magazine is the leading European news source for the supermarket, c-store, cash-and-carry and wholesale sectors. It is a required read for senior management working in the European grocery sector, or for manufacturers supplying the industry.
Our areas of focus include consumer purchasing trends, private-label ranges, technology news, in-store developments, supply-chain and logistics management, packaging news, and in-depth interviews with Europe's leading supermarket executives. Take a trial or subscribe to one of our competitive subscription packages, as follows.
*Prices shown are exclusive of VAT. VAT will be added at the rate of 9% and the total amount debited will be as follows: Basic €53.41, Premium €118.81 and Premium Plus €195.11. You will be required to enter your credit card details in order to access the free 30-day trial.
How does the FREE trial premium subscription work?When you subscribe to our premium subscription package, no payment is taken for a full 30 days. During this trial period, you will have full access to all European Supermarket Magazine website content and receive our premium weekly email newsletter, as well as the latest digital edition of European Supermarket Magazine. Should you wish to continue with your subscription, then do nothing – your subscription fee will be collected at the end of your trial period. Thereafter, your subscription will automatically renew on an annual basis until you choose to cancel, meaning that you should always have access to the latest news and insights from the European Supermarket Magazine team. Should you wish to cancel before the end of your trial period, then simply contact our customer-service manager, Colette O’Brien, to cancel your subscription. See the following for details.
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“I find ESM a great way to stay in touch with the bigger trends across Europe without having to read every month a magazine in each of the countries.”Bruno MonteyneSenior AnalystEuropean Food Retal, Bernstein Research
“My colleagues and I in Carrefour Belgium find ESM very informative. It keeps us easily and quickly up to date and allows us to see what our competitors are doing in Europe through expert and senior leaders' insights.”Nicolas BonnetotFresh Food DirectorCarrefour Belgium
“I continue to be impressed by the quality of reporting in ESM… It’s a definite must read for the retail executive!”Dalton PhilipsFormer Chief ExecutiveMorrisons