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AACS looks to the year 2030

The Australasian Association of Convenience Stores’ most forward-looking and comprehensive research project to date, Convenience 2030, reveals the challenges and opportunities in the sector. AACS commissioned the Australian Consumer Retail and Services (ACRS) research unit at Monash Business School to undertake the research, which involved extensive interviews with convenience leaders …

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Liberal Victoria calls for zero tolerance on fuel theft

Liberal Victoria has put forward a “zero-tolerance” policy to address fuel drive-offs in the state, which have escalated in recent years. According to the party’s Victorian Opposition Leader Matthew Guy, the fuel-retail industry’s investment in better surveillance, security and crime prevention needs to be backed by the police and justice …

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AACS Women in Convenience Industry awards open for nominations

The awards recognise the significant contribution women play in convenience retailing from retailers, wholesalers and supplier communities. There will be three categories of award this year: Women of the Year – retailers, suppliers or wholesalers who have had a significant impact on the success of their direct business, as well …

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AACS calls on students to drive industry innovation

The Australasian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) has invited selected universities to address the issues facing the convenience industry as part of the 2017 AACS Convenience Innovation Challenge. AACS says it is seeking “fresh, unencumbered, innovative and deliverable ideas” as to how the industry might position itself for the future …

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