UWS offers comprehensive help every day

Day-Today chiefs explain symbol’s advantages

Store front image of Day-Today Bankton Convenience Store in Livingston.
Day-Today boasts award-winning retailers who benefit from the UWS team’s support offering the opportunity to drive up sales in the store.

THE team behind the Day-Today symbol believe that understanding the demands of running a successful convenience store in a competitive market gives them the edge over rivals.

Naeem Khaliq, Day-Today controller at United Wholesale Scotland (UWS), said: “That’s why we offer a comprehensive package designed to supercharge a retailer’s profitability and elevate the store above the rest.”

This includes securing some of the best wholesale pricing available as well as great terms with suppliers. These factors give retailers higher margins and allow them to boost sales through attractive offers.

And with a product range exceeding 8,000 SKUs, UWS offers everything retailers need to cater to diverse customer needs and stay ahead of evolving market trends.

But, for UWS and Day-Today, it’s not just about the products, as Khaliq said the team provides full store development, guiding retailers from concept to completion.

This includes expert advice on store layout and category management to maximise sales potential, while a dedicated business development manager will provide ongoing support.

Over and above this, retailers can expect marketing support such as free POS and leaflets, a comprehensive social media pack and training workshops, and local radio ad campaigns.

UWS also offers streamlined logisitical support, the chance to learn from award-winning retailers and zero joining fees.

Khaliq said: “With Day-Today, convenience retailers can unlock a world of benefits designed to propel their stores to new heights.”