How Loblaws created an in-house ecommerce startup – and won an award along the way

After decades of establishing premium grocery stores across Canada, Loblaws Inc. is finally giving shoppers what they really wanted all along - getting groceries while wearing their pyjamas. The Brampton, Ont.-based supermarket chain,

Published on: August 14th, 2018 Eric Emin Wood

Meet Google Cloud’s 4 anchor tenants in Canada

SAN FRANCISCO - Google Cloud may have been a late arrival to the Canadian region among public cloud competitors, but that hasn't stopped it from winning some contracts with major Canadian brands. Google

Published on: July 26th, 2018 Brian Jackson

Four fresh innovation tips Canadian retailers can steal from the food industry

We all have to eat. Our constant craving drove Canada’s grocery and restaurant sectors to combined sales of $217 billion last year. Like every other industry on this planet, food retailing is being disrupted by

Published on: March 10th, 2017 Christine Wong

Canada starting to tap into programmatic ad buying: Google

Programmatic ad buying is emerging as one of the newest ways to target the right audiences – and Canadian marketers are just starting to discover it, according to Google's advertising team. During a

Published on: October 23rd, 2014 Candice So

Mobilicity to sell phones at Loblaw’s locations

Toronto-based wireless carrier Mobilicity will have its cell phones sold next to groceries on the shelves of Loblaw Companies Ltd., the firm announced today.Mobilicity's handsets will be sold in Loblaw's Prepaid Cell Phones

Published on: September 4th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Loblaw’s Joe Fresh builds brand with Web advertising arsenal

The Joe Fresh brand from Loblaws is a bit of an anomaly in our increasingly online world. You can't buy products from its line of apparel and cosmetics anywhere but in a store.

Published on: October 13th, 2009 Lynn Greiner

Loblaws tries to find supply chain flow

ORLANDO – Loblaw’s is hoping its decision to double the size of its data warehouse will help the grocer to evolve from forecasting demand to “flowcasting” – managing the way products move throughout

Published on: September 20th, 2006 Shane Schick