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One of the leading crowd-sourced, on-demand restaurant delivery companies in the US, DoorDash, is evolving its business model to offer delivery from convenience stores.

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In response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, convenience operators have started implementing measures to ensure everyone has access to the food and consumer goods products they need. We will continue to update this article as the latest initiatives are announced. Latest from Thailand CP All’s 7-Eleven is encouraging shoppers to use its 7-Eleven Delivery app to shop for food and...
Major national convenience retailer, McColl’s has set out its approach to managing the rapidly evolving pandemic emergency, while ensuring its stores can stay open and meet essential needs of local communities. Jonathan Miller, Chief Executive, McColl’s commented: ‘ The health, safety and wellbeing of our colleagues and customers is of paramount importance to us and informs all that we do. ...
Leading UK convenience retailer Co-op has announced it will create 5,000 new roles in a bid to provide temporary employment for workers being laid off in the hospitality industry.  The move, comes as the UK hospitality sector bears a significant impact from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency as customers avoid restaurants, pubs and cafes in line with government advice. Recruitment procedure ...


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Five global trends that will shape convenience retailing in 2020 and beyond, with examples from Europe, Asia, Australasia, North America and Latin America. 

From the emergence of new categories to meeting distinct missions, we examine five trends shaping UK convenience retailing in 2020 and beyond.

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