Convenience presentations


Your guide to the leading convenience retailers in Asia, their growth prospects towards 2022 and strategic priorities.
SM Retail is the market leading grocery retailer in the Philippines, we review its strategic priorities and growth prospects over the next five years.
FamilyMart launched its first Fit & GO concept store in February 2018, a two-storey outlet consists of a convenience store and a gym.
Toromart is the first unstaffed cashless convenience store in Saigon, Vietnam.
Five examples of how the physical store is using transformative technology in Asia to deliver unstaffed stores.
NTUC FairPrice in Singapore, has launched the country's first unstaffed cashless convenience store under the convenience banner Cheers at the Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) campus.
In Shanghai, a prototype of a new 24-hour convenience store has been unveiled.
How does AEON, one of Japan's largest retail conglomerate grow further in Asia?
Bricks and mortar retail is still relevant in China. We look at how retailers are driving growth via format innovation, geographic expansion and entering lower tier cities, and how suppliers can grow with them offline.
We identify three markets with the fastest convenience channel growth in Asia and provide an overview of operations, the competitive landscape, as well as a case study from the each country's leading c-store retailer.