Book Your Free Place Now at ACS Responsible Retailing Forum

Reserve your free place now at this November’s ACS Responsible Retailing Forum, providing you with the tools and knowledge to ensure your convenience store is fully compliant with upcoming regulations.

The Forum, taking place in Westminster, London, will guarantee you are up-to-date with all of the fast-changing retail legislation and enable you to update your store’s policies and procedures.

Essential changes to alcohol, tobacco and the implications of new upcoming legislation will be discussed in detail on the day. Representatives from the Home Office Immigration Team, the Better Regulation Deliver Office, ACS and others will share their knowledge to help ensure your store is trading responsibility and be available to answer any questions you may have.

Kate Winstanley, Director of Community Alcohol Partnerships will speak about the work of Community Alcohol Partnerships (CAP) and how retailers can get involved in a CAP in their area. Hardish Purewal, Chair of Retail Alcohol Standards Group will unveil the work that the Retail Alcohol Standards Group is doing to prevent underage drinking and promote high standards among alcohol retailers.

The ACS Responsible Retailing Forum will take place on 24th November at Methodist Central Hall in Westminster from 9.30 – 13.30.

The Forum is free to attend for all ACS Members. To book your place, visit http://www.acs.org.uk/acs-events/responsible-retailing/ or contact Julie Byers by e-mail at julie.byers@acs.org.uk.

This entry was posted by Victoria on Mon, 09/11/2015 - 08:43
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