Innovate for purchase and consumption
Creating an appetite for growth.
Innovate for trial and change
The pace of breakfast is changing.
Innovate for freshness and quality
M&S Food on the Move goes truly distinctive.
Innovate for now and the future
Uncovering a new user group.
Innovate for distinctive and wow
Creating a big bang launch with award winning results.
Innovate for developed and emerging markets
Understanding consumers’ needs globally.
Start with the right innovation challenge
Pinpoint the type of innovation needed and plan
Focus on insights that you can do something with
Cut through the noise and find the differentiating nuggets
Develop winners that can be commercially exploited
Real business opportunity, viable commercial success
Energise the business into action
Create momentum and recruit supporters
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