convenience store


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convenience store

n.
A small retail store that is open long hours and that typically sells staple groceries, snacks, and beverages.

convenience store

n
(Commerce) chiefly US a shop that has long opening hours, caters to local tastes, and is conveniently situated

conven′ience store`


n.
a small market that carries a limited selection of goods and is open long hours.
[1960–65]
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Noun1.convenience store - a store selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical itemsconvenience store - a store selling a limited variety of food and pharmaceutical items; open long hours for the convenience of customers
shop, store - a mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
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Our latest report, "Asian Convenience Store Market Outlook 2020", observes that Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore etc.
Asian Convenience Store Market Outlook 2020, observes that Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore etc.
Lenard has seen a change in the quality of convenience store offerings: "There is much more of an emphasis on foodservice, whether unique coffee programs or freshly prepared foods.
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For the last several years, the National Association of Convenience Stores has defined a convenience store as a retail business with primary emphasis placed on providing the public a convenient location to quickly purchase a wide array of consumable products (predominantly food or food and gasoline) and services.
If you can navigate the Japanese-only menu (or get a friend to do it for you), you can make your reservation, pay for your room and get your ticket right there at the convenience store.
NACS said the title "strives to advance the performance of convenience stare operations at all levels" and carries content written for "every functional area" of convenience store management.
Lawson's president, Takeshi Niinami, stressed that there was a "need to differentiate" themselves from other convenience store chains, such as Seven-Eleven.
This report provides an overview of the latest developments in the convenience store industry and guidance for marketers looking to thrive in a challenging, evolving marketplace, including:
As per the report, Convenience Store operators have started to take differentiating strategic moves to improve operations, enhance performance and to position themselves at the forefront.
convenience store industry, with more than 152,000 stores across the country, posted $696 billion in total sales in 2013, of which $491 billion were motor fuels sales.
Convenience Stores Market Outlook to 2013" report to their offering.