7-Eleven Australia was recognised as Retailer of the Year for a third time at the recent annual Australian Association of Convenience Stores (AACS) Awards.
The award recognises the convenience retailer who has delivered excellent in-store experiences and offers for consumers, showed leadership in the industry, worked collaboratively with supplier partners to enable collective success.
AACS partner with CMA to utilise their best in class 360-degree benchmarking tool to evaluate retailers in all of the critical functions of their businesses.
Angus McKay, CEO and Managing Director at 7-Eleven, said the win is fantastic recognition for the hard work of his team from the company’s supplier partners.
“The team do an extraordinary job to deliver an offer to our customers that is market leading. They have a relentless focus on ensuring that our stores provide exceptional standards and service, while ensuring that we continually innovate.”
McKay said they are incredibly proud to be recognised by AACS and their suppliers and are thrilled to receive the award.
“We want to really push the boundaries of what convenience can offer Australian consumers, particularly in digital and food, to deliver on our ambition to achieve a billion customer moments by 2030. Our suppliers are key partners in our work, and to receive their recognition is very special.
“A huge thank you to all of our franchisees, store leaders, store teams and support office teams for all their hard work to achieve this milestone.”
Theo Foukkare, CEO of AACS, said that the work that 7-Eleven have done to transform their business in all areas, from retail to supply chain to technology to home delivery is fantastic.
“It’s great to see that all of this hard work is being recognised by our supplier members.”