Power 20: The Futurists

Power 20: The Futurists

Emily Sheetz

Emily Sheetz doesn’t use the word “disruption.”

Power 20: The Futurists

Jenny Bullard

Jenny Bullard politely chuckles when she meets young IT types who don’t know they’re using NACS technology standards.

Scott Zaremba is the thinking man’s retailer, a restless soul always looking for some way to improve on the status quo.

Skip Potter has spearheaded the information technology and in-store automation at convenience-store chain R.L. Vallee for more than 40 years.

Yummy.com has offered same-day online delivery of groceries in the Los Angeles area since before it was cool, back in 2002.

The tallest office building in Denver contains one of the city’s tiniest convenience stores.

Scott Simon joined drive-thru chain Swiss Farms in 2016 from the resort and casino industry to begin a complete retooling of the stores and to implement an enhanced customer experience through technology.

Seattle is home to an online pioneer who is nudging the c-store industry past the brick-and-mortar retail wall.

For the second annual Power 20, CSP features retailers who understand the shifting needs of the consumer and are thoughtfully working to meet it with the help of tech and vision.

Deb Hall Lefevre knows the parallels between c-stores and quick-service restaurants (QSRs) more than most retailers.

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