Convenience World: keeping the industry connected

    Convenience World hosted its inaugural VIP Dinner this week ahead of the APFI Forum in Melbourne.

    The event, attended by executives from convenience retail, supply and distribution companies, offered the chance for senior industry figures to network and explore new opportunities.

    Attendees also heard from distinguished industry heads, with Warren Wilmot, CEO of OTR stores and QSR brands at Peregrine Group, and Jo Taylor, Caltex Executive General Manager for Convenience Retailing taking to the stage to share the remarkable journeys of their respective businesses.

    A special thanks to the sponsors of the event for their generous contributions: AAB Holdings, ACAPMA, Amazonia, and Robern Menz.

    More coverage and photos from the event to follow in the November issue of Convenience World.

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