Posts Tagged ‘Convenience’
House Of Men, for men seeking the ultimate convenience and above all fun. Visit House of Men in Amsterdam (NL)
A remarkable element of this store is the floor plan with two circuits. In the first part of the store shoppers will quickly find all their purchases for immediate consumption near to each other and then proceed immeadiately to the checkout. The second part is for the daily shopping needs of the local clients. Discover Proxy Delhaize in Brussels (BE).
Tesco has tailored its grocery offer to the urban consumers living and working nearby. By introducing non-Tesco branding, Harris+Hoole coffee shop and The Euphorium Bakery, it is positioning itself as a more friendly neighbourhood store. Explore Tesco at Tooley street in London (GB).
Bilder & De Clercq is a food store where it’s all about convenience for the customer. Each week there are 14 delicious recipes with the groceries per recipe table measured and packed for exactly one or two serving. Most ingredients are local and biological. The meals are pure and simple and they can be prepared at home in just 30 minutes. Explore Bilder & de Clercq in Amsterdam (NL).
Whole Foods has achieved its winning formula by stocking a huge range of brands and products often very difficult to get hold of elsewhere and taking a fresh approach to the grocery shopping process, setting its stores out like a posh food market and designing each store from scratch. Explore Whole foods Market near Piccadilly in London (UK).
The Emmas Enkel concept was conceived with the intention of reawakening the traditional corner shop experience with a contemporary twist. The vision was the return to a more emotional and less anonymous form of shopping after the displacement of small grocery stores by large discount stores and major retail chains. They combine the best from the good old ‘mom and pop’ shops with the benefits of modern technology and new media. Visit Emmas Enkel in Düsseldorf(GE).
This is a small-scale, quick-stop neighborhood store format that smoothly blends a streamlined, fresh-market design with staple groceries, gas pumps and a drive-through pharmacy–all in a modern, innovative environment. Discover more about Giant Eagle Express…
The convenience industry is growing faster than ever, as people lead busier and busier lifestyles. Within the sector there are many innovative and in some cases ‘whacky’ ideas. Read this article…
Tesco Homeplus is extending its virtual stores following the trial of QR Code shopping walls in Hangangjin subway station in Seoul, South Korea. Twenty bus shelters are to display a select few groceries that can be purchased for home delivery by scanning the appropriate QR Code with the Tesco Homeplus Smartphone App. Read more about this…