The list also examines trends for retailers to consider as they plan their growth strategies; provides a global economic outlook for retail; and discusses 'Q' ratio - a way of drawing inferences about the future performance of retailers based on current financial information.
This year’s report includes two exciting features. Its section on 'Retail Beyond' takes a provocative look at how existing technologies could conceivably converge and further transform the already complex relationship between retailers and consumers. And, for the first time ever, the report includes a list and analysis of the world’s top 50 e-retailers.
To see the entire report go to Global Powers of Retailing 2014