VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- A revolution in consumer buying habits is leading international supermarket operators to invest store and regional managers with heightened decision-making powers, according to speakers at the 38th annual CIES Executive Congress here. As they grapple with how to please more knowledgeable and demanding consumers, operators are pursuing a two-pronged approach to business: leveraging their size for centralization in areas like logistics or buying efficiencies, ...
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