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JDA and dunnhumby Partnership Advances Category Management with One-Stop Consumer Insights and Execution Solution for Retailers

26 April 2017

For the first time, retailers can combine actionable insights within an end-to-end solution to create cognitive category management strategies that elevate the customer experience


Google’s Bacuvier named as new dunnhumby CEO

4 April 2017 — ResearchLive


dunnhumby announces Guillaume Bacuvier as new CEO

4 April 2017

LONDON, UK April 4, 2017 – Today Tesco and dunnhumby jointly announce the appointment of Guillaume Bacuvier to the role of CEO

Guillaume is currently the Vice President of Advertising Solutions at Google and has held a number of roles at there since 2006.  Prior to this he worked at Orange Group and he began his career as a Senior Project Manager with Booz Allen Hamilton.


Facebook Ads 'have most impact on stores'

31 March 2017 — The Grocer




Social Media a Top Investment for Grocers: Report

8 March 2017 — Progressive Grocer



How Whole Foods leverages data analysis

1 March 2017 — FoodDIVE



Dunnhumby signs deal with Kroger rival

16 February 2017 — Cincinnati Business Courier


Whole Foods Market Selects dunnhumby to Help Lead Customer Driven Merchandise Strategy

8 February 2017


CHICAGO, IL: February 8, 2017 – dunnhumby, a leading global customer science company, announced today that Whole Foods Market, Inc. (WFM), the leading natural and organic food retailer, has selected dunnhumby as a strategic partner to evolve Whole Foods Market’s category management and merchandising fuelled by customer data and insights.




The Research Live Industry Report published today

31 January 2017

In the consolidated businesses table, dunnhumby takes third position (£239 million turnover) and saw turnover increase 25%.


THE RETAILER DATA JOURNEY

24 January 2017





dunnhumby invests in further education

16 January 2017

UK – Customer science company dunnhumby has announced it is sponsoring PhD and Masters students at University College, London (UCL) and Oxford University as part of its investment in scientific further education.