Winner: Doonfoot Day-Today, Ayr Supported by: Pernod Ricard UK
In the third Convenience Conversation of 2019, the panel discuss the need for innovation to survive
The middle of September signals the start of freshers week: when swathes of young people head off to university and get ready for four years of (allegedly) hard work.
Winner: Premier Linktown Local, Kirkcaldy Supported by: Booker .
In the second Convenience Conversation of 2019, Scottish Grocer invited a group of retailers and brand representatives to Glasgow to discuss the opportunities and challenges posed by the tobacco category. How can stores stay on top of a constantly evolving market?
Winner: Best-one @ Brownlies, Biggar Supported by: Post Office .
Winner: Clydebank Co-op Keystore Kilbowie Supported by: Coca-Cola European Partners
Barbara Henderson has seen the Scottish food to go market transform. Now, she reckons change is coming to c-stores .
Doonfoot Day-Today has an incredibly active social media presence with a huge reach. One post from the store has even gone viral and received five and a half million views.
Winner: Scotmid Clarkston, Glasgow Supported by: Warburtons
In the first Convenience Conversation of 2019, Scottish Grocer invited a group of retailers, suppliers and EPOS firms to Kirkcaldy to talk food to go and impulse. Discussion centred around how c-stores can position themselves to make the most of this valuable market .
Winner: Great Glen Trading Centre, Fort Augustus Award: Spirits retailer of the year Sponsored by: Whyte & Mackay
Winner: Day-Today Bourtreehill Supermarket, Irvine Supported by: Lancashire Farm Dairies
Winner: Mace, Edinburgh Supported by: Imperial Tobacco
Winner: Coylton Convenience Store, Ayrshire Supported by: The Post Office
Winner: Giacopazzi’s, Milnathort Supported by Warburtons