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The future for forecourts in Europe

The impact of energy transition to forecourt convenience stores and how you can prepare.

How SPAR Parkfoot offers more than fuel

David Charman’s SPAR Parkfoot provides inspiration on how forecourts may look in the future.

Your guide to convenience retail globally

Best in class convenience stores from leading markets and retailers from around the world.

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Global trends in convenience retail 2021

Five global trends that will shape convenience retailing in 2021 and beyond, with examples from Europe, Asia, North America and Latin America.

A guide to Southeast Asia convenience landscape

We provide an overview of Southeast Asia convenience landscape, identify leading retailers and markets in the region and what this means for suppliers.

UK convenience trends 2021

Five trends that will shape the UK convenience channel in 2021 and beyond. Each trend is brought to life using case studies already in operation, as well as the latest ShopperVista convenience channel insight. 

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Southeast Asia's convenience channel is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.1% from 2020 to 2022.

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Major national convenience retailer Co-op has set out its goal to more than double its sales through online platforms from £70m to £200m by the end of the current year. The key focuses for driving this growth are to be a new partnership with Amazon Prime and the roll-out of Starship autonomous vehicle deliveries to more areas. Amazon partnership to go national following Glasgow trial The sa...
Leading UK convenience retailer Co-op has added a new format to its portfolio with the opening of its first 24-hour self-serve, cashless Micro Market. Located at the head office of British cleaning appliances manufacturer Numatic, the outlet offers the 1,000 staff access to Co-op own-label products such as food-to-go meal deals, breakfast items, milk, bread, ready meals as well drinks on the g...
Leading national co-operative retailer, Co-op has reported its interim results for the first half of 2021 (26 weeks to 3 July) with sales in its convenience-led Food division (excluding fuel) down 2.8%. This expected decline comes amid a more normalized trading pattern in 2021, compared to the extraordinary surge in consumer demand seen in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic from March in 2...

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