Scottish Grocer highlights three news stories that tell convenience retailers about the latest developments and news from Snappy Group, Nisa and Jisp, and PayPoint.
PayPoint Engage is a new service that aims to boost sales of products for FMCG brands and drive up additional spend for convenience retailers.
Scottish Grocer takes a look at the Scottish convenience sector and brings together two news stories covering recent events.
PayPoint has linked up with Funding Circle to allow the UK’s largest small business lending platform to provide funding access to the payment services provider’s network of 28,000 UK retail partners.
PayPoint has said withdrawals from its Counter Cash facility across the country are now topping more than £1m a week.
Scottish c-stores are helping to deliver important cost-of-living support through payment service provider PayPoint.
Payment service provider PayPoint is safeguarding access to cash among some of the most vulnerable communities in the UK amid the cost of living crisis.
Digital payment provider PayPoint has launched a new service that allows local authorities to distribute emergency funds to vulnerable members of their communities.
Paypoint has updated the printing solution for its Collect+ delivery service.
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PAYPOINT’S Counter Cash service has hit a major milestone, with the network now comprising more than 2,000 stores.
IN-store payment service, PayPoint, has announced a partnership with the Scottish Grocers Federation designed to rebuild relationships with retailers.
Paypoint has paid £6.6m for a stake in the Dundee-based Snappy Group home delivery business.
Wellbank retailers Mariam and Samar Hayat have joined Spar Scotland.
PAYPOINT has renewed its partnership with Motor Fuel Group (MFG) – the UK’s largest independent forecourt operator
PayPoint has rolled out a raft of measures to support retailers during the coronavirus outbreak.