NZACS were proud to host this year’s convenience Leaders’ summit. We had a terrific line up of national and international speakers focussing on convenience now and in the future, plus the all-important theme of Management and Leadership.
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Convenience Leaders’ Summit November 9th
NZACS hosted this year’s Leaders’ summit in Auckland last week. A group of 80 members & guests enjoyed an afternoon of excellent guest speakers covering Convenience 2030, NZ shopper insights, trip reports from our two scholarship winners on their experience at NACS in Chicago, and Managing Public affairs from industry veteran Janet Wilson.
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Registrations are now open for this year’s Convenience Leadership Summit. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn more about leadership within the convenience channel and the chance to network and discuss trends and topics with peers. This year’s line-up includes a light lunch, an afternoon of presentations from an exciting line up of speakers, […]
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Thursday November 9th – LOCK THIS DATE IN YOUR DIARY NZACS are proud to host this year’s convenience Leaders’ summit. We have a terrific line up of national and international speakers focussing on convenience now and in the future, plus the all-important theme of Management and Leadership. Date: Thursday November 9th Venue: Crowne Plaza Hotel […]
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This years event showcased some of the best Peter Jowett presentations yet and the awards recognised companies and individuals who continue to strive for excellence within the Convenience Industry. Congratulations to all award recipients
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BENITA KOLOVOS August 18, 2017 Australian Associated Press Fourteen million illegally imported cigarettes worth an estimated $9 million have been seized in Melbourne’s west. A six-month Border Force operation led to the discovery of the cigarettes at Derrimut last week and five people have been arrested. The men, aged 23 to 37, remain in custody […]
August 11, 2017 National Retail Association Business have been urged to “bag” some information on their responsibilities under Queensland’s looming state-wide ban on light-weight plastic shopping bags, which will come into force from July next year. The National Retail Association has worked with the State Government to develop an information portal, workshops and a hotline […]
P2P PRO Increases Sales and the Customer Experience
Howland Blackiston. Principal of King-Casey, will be a keynote speaker at the AACS Convenience Leaders Summit on August 23rd in Sydney King-Casey and Envirosell, have combined resources to develop P2P PRO — a proprietary process that uses proven methodologies resulting in strategies and designs that optimize path to purchase and achieve tangible business results while also improving the customer […]
August 15th , 2017: It’s 2030. You drive into the local convenience store to fill up – high efficiency liquid fuel on the left, electrical vehicle plug-ins on the right. You head into the store, through the recycled timber auto doors, to discover a food and wine tasting. A loyalty promotion pops up on your […]
Juliet Samuel AUGUST 13, 2017 The Age Remember “peak oil”? It’s had many iterations over the years. I remember sitting in a cafe just four years ago, while the executive of a small oil exploration firm explained to me that all the easy-to-reach oil was gone. What was needed, he explained, was for intrepid companies […]