the power list 2016

Power List 2016

The Grocer's Power List 2016 reflects a sector in upheaval Subscription

05 Feb 2016 | By Adam Leyland

Our Power List for 2016 reflects the looming emergence of a new force in grocery. Or should that be a new Death Star?

chris north amazon

Chris North, UK MD, Amazon (1) Subscription

04 Feb 2016

He doesn’t run any supermarkets and his market share in groceries is minuscule. But Chris North gives grocery the shivers

matthew barnes aldi

Matthew Barnes, UK CEO, Aldi (2) Subscription

04 Feb 2016

Having masterminded Aldi UK’s reinvention and rapid growth, Barnes is nearing the end of his first year as CEO

paul polman unilever

Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever (3) Subscription

04 Feb 2016

Polman reported a 4.1% growth in sales at the global brand owner last year with core operating profits up 12%

ronny gottschlich lidl

Ronny Gottschlich, UK MD, Lidl (4) Subscription

04 Feb 2016

Another move up the list for Gottschlich, who continues to evolve Lidl for the better

dave lewis tesco

Dave Lewis, Tesco CEO (5) Subscription

04 Feb 2016

After an auspicious start to the year, 2015 was a hugely challenging one for Tesco and its CEO



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