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The convenience and fuel retailing industry’s premier benchmarking tool and the most comprehensive collection of data and trends. Discover what’s next and how to get there faster.
October 3-6, 2023 | Atlanta, GA
For four days, attendees will be networking with industry experts, attending thought-provoking and empowering education sessions, and exploring a show floor with the latest merchandise for convenience and fuel retailing.
Convenience Catalyst is a unique opportunity for NACS most influential Retail Members to meet virtually with the newest Supplier Members ahead of the NACS Show allowing for a first look at the latest product innovations while fostering new peer-to-peer business relationships.
Engage in prerecorded and live learning experiences without committing your entire day to a program. Through an easy-to-use digital platform, expert content leaders share their knowledge and facilitate conversations in convenient learning sessions.
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Our NACS Convenience Voices program collects real time decisions and opinions from your shoppers. By developing questions that are relevant to your shoppers and market, the program captures in the moment feedback that can help inform your in-store merchandising, marketing, foodservice, customer experience, and loyalty and promotions strategies.
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Let us bring the learning to you with our robust topics and supplier-hosted webinars. From technology solutions to category management, see what’s coming and what you may have missed.
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There are over 116,000 convenience stores selling fuel throughout the United States, which makes our industry well-positioned to meet the refueling and energy needs of their customers. See how these NACS resources can help retailers explore the EV charging opportunities that are right for their business.
“Good is the enemy of great” is a phrase many have heard, but can the same be said about comfort? Is it the enemy of progress and success?
Our popular Convenience Corner blog answers whether U.S. presidents have control over the retail gasoline market. Spoiler alert: They actually have very little control over the price consumers pay per gallon.
Grassroots in Action
Help set the record straight and tell Congress to #FightSwipeflation by bringing competition to the credit card marketplace.
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