Weight Watchers, which is the leading global weight management brand, licenses the Weight Watchers brand and other intellectual property in certain categories of food and other relevant consumer products to carefully selected partners, as well as endorse carefully selected branded consumer products. WW has a robust licensed consumer products presence around the globe, including the U.S., Canada, U.K., Continental Europe, Australia and New Zealand. In North America, key initiatives that will drive growth in 2012 and beyond is the expansion in both fully branded and endorsed food product categories, development of more natural products within existing categories, development of more expansive family of product retail programs to drive cross-category purchase, continued expansion beyond packaged foods to restaurants, food service and fitness solutions. In the U.K., key initiatives include grocery brand refresh delivering new pack design, developing new sales channels as grocery shopping habits grow in online and convenience. In Australia/New Zealand, key initiatives include coordinated in-store offers with key licensees to promote core categories, and in-meeting incentives to members to promote supermarket products. Executed 2,300 cross-category demos at Walmart, Kroger, Safeway and Stop & Shop; executed family of product Spend & Get's at Wakefern, Price Chopper, Pathmark and A&P, executed Trade up/Trade Over cross category coupon trigger via Catalina to incent cross category purchase with sustained purchase behavior post program. In the U.K., key retail partners and programs include joint trade communication campaign to launch the new ProPoints plan across all major grocery retailers in January, new product formulation across the licensed range, strategic alliances with grocery retailers to deliver promotional program across the year, and extended the brand reach into other services within retailers e.g. in-store cafes. In Australia/New Zealand, the focus for 2011 was the launch of the new packaging design across all licensees to incorporate the launch of ProPoints.
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