The Convenience Awards’ Best Small Convenience Store 2020 just got a whole lot better
The store underwent a £400,000 refit to make it a “next generation store for the local community”.
Appleby Westward has revealed details of the new Spar UK store design concept.
One Stop retailer Paul Thomas has packed his 2,900sq ft store with exciting features
24/7 opening on alternate shifts would see some couples crumble, but Brownlies of Biggar near Edinburgh is stronger than ever thanks to Donna and Bruce’s sterling community spirit and smart investments.
During lockdown 650sq ft Londis Harefield in Middlesex was taking an impressive £31 per sq foot, but it is people, not profit, that come first for warm-hearted Atul Sodha who stopped at nothing to keep his customers happy.
A superb range of fresh produce, good availability and a bespoke delivery service have propelled Spar Preston Road forward.
A major refit at David Knight’s Budgens in West Sussex has been two years in the making and the retailer wasn’t going to let Covid-19 stop him realising his dream store.
Steve Bassett opened a new Simply Fresh supplied by Sainsbury’s store in February and has already seen strong growth.
Scotmid Co-op has unveiled a premium food to go offering for its Leven Street store.
Forward-thinking retailer Siva Theivanayagam gives us a tour of his new store Nisa Stamford Northfields in Peterborough which focuses on food to go.
Nisa retailer Amrit Pahal is to donate £30,000 worth of PPE after being let down by a government procurement team.
Opening just in time for the run-up to Christmas, PGNJ has opened a Nisa Local in Giffnock.
London Road Bakery in Boston, Lincolnshire, has undergone a £70,000 refit in order to upgrade its baking area and till system.
Nisa launched the new Express model at its recent virtual expo and we’re taking a closer look inside.
What type of store wins Convenience Retailer of the Year? We step inside Spar Y Maes, Pwllheli to find out.
Emily Rosa Ranjini of Costcutter Stamford in Lincolnshire doubled the size of her store during the coronavirus pandemic, but did it lead to a doubling of sales?
Owner of MJ’s Premier in Royton, Greater Manchester Justin Whittaker has seen big night in sales increase thanks to customers wanting to treat themselves while in lockdown.
Customer loyalty was something on Barry Patel’s mind during the early stages of the lockdown so he came up with a plan to keep shoppers coming back to his two Nisa stores in Luton.
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