New Definition of Convenience

D. L.
January 2007
Convenience Store News;1/15/2007, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p50
Trade Publication
The article cites a study conducted by Executive Perspective, a VNU information service, according to which with more two-income families, longer working hours, increased children's after-school activities, as well as greater value now being placed on leisure time, consumers are looking for anything that will save them time. Convenience store retailers will need to seek best practices that can be applied to their business to attract consumers.


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