Inspiring the convenience community
Most shoppers are planning to focus spending on their Christmas meal, at the expense of presents and going out, according to new research.
Convenience store owners have mixed expectations for the Christmas period. Special offers from supermarkets and the uncertain economic climate are dampening hopes for some, while others are cautiously upbeat. Bedfordshire Nisa Local...
Convenience stores enjoyed an early Christmas present last week as freezing conditions and heavy snowfall sparked a sales rush, with many retailers reporting double-digit increases.
Store sales dropped in the first half of the year as Camelot encouraged customers to stay safe however it is stepping up support for retailers.
The government’s announcement of a second national lockdown, which will take place from 5 November to 2 December, has prompted the retail sector to prepare for another surge of demand.
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