Industry Calendar

Industry Events and Conferences

January 2016

January 24 2016 to January 27 2016
Big Sky, MT

February 2016

February 16 2016 to February 18 2016
Las Vegas, NV
February 16 2016 to February 18 2016
Las Vegas, NV

02/23/2016 to 02/25/2016

Dallas, TX

Convenience retailing is evolving rapidly, prompted by changing consumer demands, product innovation and competitive intensity not only from within the channel, but from other retailers and foodservice providers. Retailers and suppliers come to CRU2016 to strategize together on the future of convenience retailing.

02/28/2016 to 03/02/2016

Jacksonville, FL

All non-commercial foodservice operators are invited to this exclusive CSP Foodservice Group event. Take a culinary journey to Jacksonville, as we examine the world's influence on our own cuisine along with a focus on healthy cooking. It's an opportunity to discover the tools that will make your operations more successful and profitable.

March 2016

03/14/2016 to 03/16/2016

Chicago, IL

With both physical visibility and dollar profitability of average sales per store/month of $4,373*, there is no denying the critical role the Hot Dispensed Beverage category plays in the overall convenience-store offering. At CSP magazine's eighth coffee bar summit, participants assemble to network with best-in-class retailers and manufacturers, gather shopper insights and learn what key economic or other external indicators are likely to affect the marketplace.

April 2016

04/03/2016 to 04/06/2016

Phoenix, AZ

RLC is the top-to-top, invitation only event where the most progressive and influential individuals in the restaurant industry gather each year. RLC continues to be the restaurant industry’s leading, one-of-a-kind forum that deliberately and positively impacts business.

April 10 2016 to April 13 2016
San Diego, CA

04/11/2016 to 04/13/2016

Chicago, IL

The NACS State of the Industry Summit is the leading financial, operational and consumer view of the convenience store industry from a metrics and strategic review. The summit offers a first look at the numbers from a retailer's perspective coupled with expert commentary on what all the numbers mean. All aspects of the economy, from the energy markets to the banking industry, as well as overall economic health will be evaluated from the perspective of the convenience store industry.

04/19/2016 to 04/21/2016

Las Vegas, NV

As long as tobacco continues to remain a key contributor to profitability, convenience stores will continue to look to NATO for up-to-date and actionable information. For 14 years the National Association of Tobacco Outlets (NATO) has been helping retailers, manufacturers and wholesalers comprehend changes in legislation and regulations affecting tobacco.