One Stop is showcasing its award-winning franchise model at the National Convenience Show, and the convenience retailer’s team will be displaying the many benefits of joining One Stop as a Franchisee.
Throughout the show the retailer’s stand will have breadth of retail convenience expertise from across their business (24-26 April).
One Stop recently hit a number of key milestones, including their 300th franchise store and 1000th total store opening. However, One Stop is not stopping there, and is looking to continue this growth in both store numbers and franchise partners.
The retailer will be showcasing their integration with Deliverect’s software, a real ‘game changer’ to the online delivery space. This has allowed One Stop to integrate all 3 of their delivery platform partners (Uber Eats, Just Eat and Deliveroo) all on one centralised system.
This industry first integration has provided One Stop with many efficiencies and increased online accuracy across many metrics. This has also enabled them to more than double their online SKU count to around 3000. Deliverect has now rolled out to more than 600 of their company owned stores and is now starting to be introduced to their current franchise partners.
The online space has historically been neglected by many within the convenience space. But with the increased demand in online delivery this can no longer be ignored. One Stop has seen exceptional growth in online over the last couple of years and believes Deliverect is the solution that will enable independent retailers to capitalise on this demand.
One Stop’s Head of Online Tim Josephs said: “I’m excited to attend the exhibition and share not just our online journey, but also how we’ve recently been able to accelerate our growth through our integration with the Deliverect software. We believe this is a real game changer in the quick commerce space and the results speak for themselves.”
One Stop will also be presenting how their broader franchise offer and support, enables independent retailers to thrive and grow. One Stop’s Head of Franchise John Miller said, “We won’t just have our online offer to share, we’ll also introduce visitors to some other recent additions such as self-service tills and our ‘Selected by Tesco’ fresh range which launched last year.”
One Stop’s Head of Franchise and One Stop’s Head of National Recruitment Matthew Elliot will be available throughout the event, along with numerous other retail experts who specialise in product, IT and business development, all on hand to answer any questions retailers may have about the current and the future of convenience retail.
John Miller will also be featuring at the retail hub panel at 11:45am on Monday 24th April, which is being hosted by Aidan Fortune the editor of Convenience Store.