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Tuesday, July 7, 2020
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Tag: Nisa


SGF conference gets underway this month

The event in Glasgow is coming soon

Big raise for charity

Nisa charity initiative Making a Difference Locally boosted its income by over £500,000 during the last financial year .

Juul has sights set on Scotland

The Juul e-cigarette brand is widening its distribution in the UK

PayPoint and Scottish Gas to end partnership

Scottish Gas customers will have to go elsewhere .

Self serving focus brings in margin

Nisa showcases new developments for symbol retailers at its annual exhibition in the spring .

A strong format is key to success

Nisa brings food to go and chilled to the fore .

UWS prepares for the future

Asim Sarwar announces change at the top .

Things going nicely at Nisa

Thousand new stores recruited in the last year

£15k from Nisa HQ

A workplace challenge at Nisa HQ has raised £15,000 for charity since it was launched in January

Convenient deals for Vapouriz

New Vapouriz agreements with Nisa and Bestway .
Nisa ramped up its retail team

More retail support at Nisa

NISA has expanded its retail team by more than 40%, in a bid to provide more support to its independent retailers

More Co-op for Nisa and CSG stores

NISA and Costcutter Supermarkets Group (CSG) retailers will soon have access to more than 80% of the range of Co-op own brand products. From today...
Co-op signage in blue

Franchise deal is a major shift

Independent retailers offered chance to trade as Co-op for the first time

Food to go is here to stay

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 .

Nisa has eyes on forecourt shops

Symbol sets out its stall for independent retailers

The early bird catches the profits

Nisa is encouraging stores to get cracking with their Easter range, with figures showing that retailers who started Easter early last year saw growth of almost 11%