October 21 issue of ShelfLife magazine
In the October issue of ShelfLife, Fionnuala Carolan examines the planned acquisition of 10 Griffin Group c-stores by Circle K in closer detail
We take a look at how Today’s Women in Grocery virtual networking event heard how learning from past events can enable the prediction of future trends.
Dan White delves into the far-reaching financial impacts of Covid-19 across Ireland’s retail sector. John Glennon of Londis Cabra tells Julia O’Reilly about revamps, ad campaigns, and what makes a store a success. Kaushaul Katharia speaks to Fionnuala Carolan about moving to Ireland and his grand plans for the future of his Nearby store. We also take a closer look at the innovative in-store concepts continuing to drive both footfall and sales for Gala Retail.
Elsewhere, The HR Suite’s Caroline Reidy explores the pros and cons of the four-day working week; Excel Recruitment’s Barry Whelan outlines how to ensure your leadership style within a virtual setting motivates your team and writes Colin Gordon writes about how change for change’s sake to appease consumers who are supposedly “born bored” is never a wise move.
As always, our category features provide an in-depth look at the trends, brands and innovations driving sales in-store, with this month’s issue focusing on Irish products, Fuel, NoLo (no/low) alcohol and Cash and carry
Read the October 21 issue below: