Big Data opportunities offer key competitive advantages for convenience store retailers.
Maverik’s new debit/loyalty cards discount fuel and consolidate shopper incentives.
NACS Day on Capitol Hill brought the collective voice of the convenience and fuel retailing industry to Congress.
Interest in non-liquid fuel alternatives continues to develop, despite forecasted dominance of traditional and renewable liquid fuels.
What do the Old West, billboards and “The Thing” have in common? Smart retailing.
From dried fruit and nuts to protein bars and jerky, consumers are going “graze-y” for snacking on alternative snacks.
The candy category continues to bring traffic and profits to retailers.
New technologies to support omni-channel retailing and increase sales are under the spotlight in Europe.
Taxes: You’ll pay them when you’re working, you’ll pay them when you die.
Insight into consumer preferences is central to fuels institute research.
The technology world is filled with “standards,” some came to be through transparent processes — Bluetooth — and some by virtue of market power — Blu-Ray.
Never afraid to use technology to spur convenience, Sheetz embraced pay-at-the-pump and followed that with touchscreen kiosks for placing food orders.