August 2021 issue of ShelfLife Magazine

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Following Maxol’s recent announcement of a €7 million investment in upgrades to its forecourt network, CEO Brian Donaldson discusses the group’s evolution from a fuel centric brand to one known more for its food offering.

In this month’s issue we also explore the implications of the current indoor dining regulations for the convenience sector, which have led many retailers to postpone reopening indoor seating. Elsewhere, Dan White charts the success of the Weston family in the wake of the possible Selfridges sale.

Arthur McGuire of McGuire’s Daybreak in Galway discusses his successful recent renovation, while Jason Leonard from Nearby Drumkeeran is feeling positive after teaming up with the new symbol brand from S&W Wholesale.

Within our Advisor section, The HR Suite’s Caroline McEnery examines the possibilities for hybrid working, Excel Recruitment’s Barry Whelan investigates the factors driving the current jobs ‘mismatch’ between what job seekers want and what’s on offer, and Colin Gordon outlines why the marketing department encompasses a lot more than some companies realise.

As always, our category features provide an in-depth look at the developments driving sales in-store; focusing on Ireland’s symbol group partners, as well as the breakfast and ready-to-drink (RTD) beverages sectors.

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