One Week to Go! Book Your Free Place for ACS Local Shop Report Launch 2015

There is just one week to go until the exclusive launch of the latest installment of ACS’ flagship research project, ‘The Local Shop Report 2015’on 9th September in Manchester.

ACS chief executive, James Lowman, will be unveiling the key findings of the fourth edition of the ACS Local Shop Report. One Stop’s Franchise Director, Andrew King and Scotfresh’s Managing Director, Shaun Marwaha, will be part of a panel of experienced retailers uncovering the effect the report’s findings will have on the convenience sector.

On the data panel, retail research experts, Blake Gladman, research director at him!; James Walton, chief economist for IGD; and David Rees, Convenience Store Magazine’s editor; will be delving into the facts and figures of the report to reveal the wider effect convenience stores are having on the grocery retail sector.

The latest edition of the Local Shop Report will convey a more in-depth snapshot into the world of convenience retailing than ever before, including a detailed look at the innovative services and features offered by modern convenience retailers.

ACS’ Local Shop Report 2015 will be the fourth edition of the report on the growing convenience sector and will build on data from previous editions reflecting and highlighting the key areas of growth and development within the sector. Previously, the report has been used in the industry by retailers, suppliers, Government officials, academics and analysts as the baseline for understanding the local shop market.

The report brings together new research by ACS and data from well-respected research organisations, including him! Research and Consulting, the Institute of Grocery Distribution, Nielsen and William Reed Business Media, to provide a rich picture of the economic and social value of local shops.

The 2014 edition of the report can be viewed here: http://www.acs.org.uk/research/local-shop-report/.

Attendance to the event is free to ACS members. To book your place, visit the ACS website, here: http://www.acs.org.uk/acs-events/local-shop-report-launch/, or contact Sarah Johnson on 01252 515 001 or e-mail sarah.johnson@acs.org.uk.

This entry was posted by Victoria on Wed, 02/09/2015 - 05:18
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