Retail technology service mySupermarket has launched a new online audit platform allowing brand marketers to track the performance of their products and categories. The new Insights platform will provide brands with key data to help them effectively manage their e-grocery business
UK grocery comparison shopping site mySupermarket is launching in the US. The American version – mySupermarket.com – lets shoppers find the best prices across leading stores including Amazon, Wal-Mart, Target, Costco, Walgreens, Diapers.com, Soap.com, and Drugstore.com. MySupermarket was founded in 2006, and
Shopping site, mySupermarket, has launched an app, which it claims offers all the benefits of its site and will pop up when a shopper is on another retailer’s website to let them know when they could swap-and-save to a cheaper like-for-like
Grocery shopping and price comparison site, mySupermarket, is launching its first TV campaign dubbed ‘Eggs Aloud’ – a 30-second spot focusing on a 12-piece Welsh male choir of singing eggs. The campaign was created by advertising agency CHI & Partners.
Shopping comparison site, mySupermarket, has teamed up with BBC Worldwide to incorporate its innovative money-saving recipe widget on BBCGoodFood.com’s recipe pages. The widget is featured across over 8,000 recipes, enabling users to create a shopping list for their favourite dishes.
Retail Times has teamed up with the online shopping site, mySupermarket, to showcase the top selling grocery and health & beauty lines at the leading online grocers and pharmacy chains in a weekly league table. The new and exclusive Top
Online shopping site, mySupermarket, is on a roll. It is ratcheting up users, adding new brand stores, launching a transactional mobile website and expanding internationally on the back of a recent $10m investment led by WPP. James Foord, vp business
Grocery comparison website, mySupermarket, is supporting the Live Below The Line campaign (7-11 May 2012), which aims to increase awareness of poverty by challenging people to spend five days feeding themselves for £1.00 a day – the UK equivalent of the
Comparison shopping site mySupermarket has teamed up with four fmcg brands – Nivea, Activia, Kellogg’s and Reckitt Benckiser – to launch so-called ‘brand stores’ on its site. The Nivea and Activia stores are now live, with Kellogg’s and Reckitt Benckiser launching in the next
Price comparison website, mySupermarket has teamed up with research company SymphonyIRI Group, to provide a multi-channel view of shoppers’ behaviour in the UK – both online and in store. According to the two companies, the service will provide unprecedented insight
Shopping website, mySupermarket, claims it has seen unprecedented Christmas visitor figures, with 4m consumers using the site over the Christmas period to take advantage of grocery, wine, health and beauty bargains from the UK’s big stores. The site said it