“Can’t miss” opportunities among the educational sessions
Pay raises are inciting demonstrations across parts of the country. Specifically, thousands of frontline workers, including those who are the face of our retail brands, contend they are not making a livable wage. In cities such as Seattle and Chicago, these folks are pushing for as much as $15 per hour. As a result, we as a country are being asked to assess our values. The questions are many, and the solutions are vexing.
To me, the NACS Show is my official start to a new year. And because this is also an election year for control of Congress, I have no doubt there’ll be lots of talk about politics and its effect on the convenience-store industry.
Convenience store retailer honored with tech firm's Doing Business Electronically Award.
Pepsi, Coke roll out beverages exclusive on Amazon.com
Mass retailer goes live with grocery pickup service at gas station-like facility (video, slideshow.
NACS Show general sessions to cover a variety of topics
NACS Show schedule of evening events
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