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Wednesday, January 26, 2022
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SteamPunk

Fresh ideas for c-store interiors

Blairgowrie-based shopfitting firm SteamPunk hopes to shake things up in convenience

The right partner can drive growth

NEW Year is a time for reflection – for c-store retailers that could mean considering a change in symbol group partner.

Experience at the top

THE Snappy Group – the firm behind Snappy Shopper and Hungrrr – has expanded its sales division with two new senior appointments. Paul Adams joins...
Mark Hamilton

Staying mindful of discrimination law

Employers must keep in mind that, despite Brexit, employment tribunals must still interpret equality legislation in line with European Union law.

Major milestone for Nisa delivery

Snappy Shopper retailers hit five million pound mark NISA retailers have hit a major milestone in their partnership with Snappy Shopper, having made more than...

Meet the maker: Lance Hamilton

Mash Direct’s commercial o­fficer talks convenience What’s your role? I am the chief commercial officer at Mash Direct and I have worked here for 14 years...

Administrator explains role

CIRCULARITY SCOTLAND Limited was appointed as a scheme administrator for deposit return earlier this year.

RVM solutions for convenience

DEPOSIT return is coming. The scheme may have suffered from delays, but the Scottish Government is wedded to the policy so, like it or not, retailers would do well to prepare.

Over 100 years of experience

GERMAN manufacturing firm Sielaff patented its first vending machine in 1887, so it has a fair bit of experience to draw on.

Trends to last through 2022

NielsenIQ praises UK food and drink innovation as it predicts the key FMCG trends for the year ahead

A year in review: major employment law events

Dentons legal expert Laura Morrison reviews 2021 and looks ahead to 2022.
Karen Farrell

New leave rights for unpaid carers

Employees who are also unpaid carers will be entitled to an additional five days’ unpaid leave.
Family affair: Barbara Henderson and husband Sam founded Lomond in 1997.

Lomond thrives in tough times

LOCKDOWNS presented many businesses with challenges, with the wholesale channel hit particularly hard.

Pushing forward at UWG

IT’S full steam ahead at United Wholesale Grocers (UWG), with the Glasgow-based wholesaler continuing to develop its fascia offer, while continually pushing to improve customer service.

Innovation partners

NISA has created a new management role aimed at offering increasing access for to the latest retail trials run by the symbol.
The symbol celebrated retailers’ success at the closing of its online trade show.

Expo ends with Awards

Nisa recognises retailers and suppliers.