Convenience chain Nisa has enhanced its support for Scottish retailers with two new recruits to its retail development team in Scotland.
The annual Nisa Expo has been hailed as a huge success, while Booker Group has been busy launching two more colleague networks.
Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that tell convenience retailers about the latest developments and news from Snappy Group, Nisa and Jisp, and PayPoint.
Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that tell convenience retailers about the latest developments and news from Belhaven, Snappy Shopper and Nisa.
Convenience store groups Scotmid and Nisa have each been putting aside sizeable sums of money to help charities and good causes.
Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that provide insights to convenience retailers about Nisa, shopper trends and the illicit tobacco market.
Nisa retail chief Victoria Lockie is confident that the symbol group's proposition for retailers will enable it to achieve ambitious growth targets in Scotland.
Nisa has announced ambitious plans to expand its network of stores – at the same time as a revitalised Glasgow outlet reopened to serve its local community.
Scottish Grocer takes a look at the Scottish convenience sector and brings together three news stories covering recent events.
Greens Retail is set to take its stores UK-wide after clinching a five-year deal with Nisa. Marking a major expansion for the Fife-based symbol, the deal with Nisa – worth up to £200million – is set to last for the next five years as Greens is committed to expand its portfolio south of the border.
NISA is set to donate £100,000 to good causes to help celebrate the King’s Coronation. The symbol’s charity, Making a Difference Locally, will launch a fifth...
Nisa has announced a £6 million investment into the wholesale price of more than 1000 branded products as part of its bid to support its retailers.
New year, new fascia: Symbol groups are ready to support retailers through cost-of-living crisis.
Nisa unveiled a £5 million investment in Co-op own-brand pricing at its annual trade show to help tackle the cost-of-living crisis.
Nisa’s annual retail exhibition was held live and in person for the first time since 2019, last month.
NISA retailers have reached hit a major milestone, saving 100,000 meals through the symbol’s partnership with Too Good To Go.