Buxton today announced that the company is continuing to focus on international capabilities for its retail clients, by rolling out its full suite of retail market analyses in the Canadian marketplace. The Canadian retail market has become extremely competitive, with massive retail growth expected over the next few years. As a new concentration for Buxton, the company will put increased efforts on both U.S. retailers expanding into Canada, and Canadian organizations looking to maximize their footprint in the market.
“For 20 years we’ve helped retailers identify who their customers are, and where those customers are located in the U.S.,” said Tom Buxton, founder and CEO of Buxton. “Now our focus will be on identifying those customers in Canada to guide retailers on their international expansion.”
“Our goal is to help retail and restaurant executives understand what strategic growth looks like in Canada. From understanding how many locations the entire country can support, all the way down to the market and trade area-level,” continued Buxton.
Canada is becoming a top market for expansion outside of the U.S. with a shift in new retail construction across the country. For many retailers, they feel that they have almost reached saturation in the U.S. market, and moving north across the border is a next logical step. Buxton has made significant investments in Canadian data and evolved its real estate modeling solutions to adapt to the new market.
Buxton works with more than 2,000 retail and restaurant concepts, bringing best-in-class data and analytics to the partnership to drive growth strategies by turning big data into big answers.
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