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The forthcoming General Election is about far more than Brexit, argues ACS’ James Lowman
The government needs to recognise the implications of its policies on small stores, argues SGF chief executive Pete Cheema.
HIM’s Alice Dolling discusses where the convenience channel fits in to the £21bn UK food-to-go market.
Ministers must address concerns over Reverse Vending Machines for Scotland’s Deposit Return Scheme to work, says Edinburgh-based retailer Linda.
There remains a big opportunity for manufacturers and distributors to make commitments not just on their own, but to ensure that plastic reduction is tackled in a joined-up way throughout the supply chain, says C-Store’s editor.
The Queen’s Speech last week, while still pretty Brexit heavy, was a refreshing return to government setting out its domestic legislative intentions in the coming months.
The risk of violent crime is something retailers must not ignore, points out Hull retailer Sam
Budgens retailer Sid believes retailers need to keep innovating and make the most of their assets.
The Rugby World Cup in Japan is now well underway, and there is no doubt that retailers are benefiting, says HIM’s Giorgio Rigali
Mike Dorey’s on a mission to increase recycling rates at Eastcombe Village Stores in Gloucestershire
Every year since 2012 we have published the Local Shop Report, our annual look at the convenience sector, and this year’s is the most comprehensive report yet, says ACS chief executive James Lowman.
Increased consumer awareness of health and sustainability issues has meant c-stores have been forced to adapt their offer, argues HIM’s Shakti Puri.
The convenience sector needs to fight to keep shoppers’ access to cash, the SGF’s Pete Cheema argues.
As summer turns to autumn, it is a period of transition for convenience stores - and businesses need to plan for the future, writes editor David Rees.
ACS’ Community Barometer seeks to find out which services the public want, as well as how essential those services are, explains chief executive James Lowman.
Linda has installed a defibrillator at Premier Broadway Convenience Store, prompting a new initiative with a local school.
It’s holiday time, and while for some retailers that means a peak-season boost, for others it means something of a downturn as regular customers disappear for a week or two in the sun.
Amid accusations of a nanny state, government proposals for combating obesity are a matter of strong debate, writes HIM’s Katie Prowse.
Budgens retailer Sid Sidhu says investment in an automatic facing up system at his Budgens store is well worth the expense.
Sam Coldbeck has found taking on teenagers has brought a new dimension to her Premier store’s workforce.
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