All PayPoint One retailers to get free ACS membership
Welwyn Garden City, 11 February 2019: ACS (the Association of Convenience Stores) and PayPoint have today announced a new independent retailer partnership to provide support and best practice to thousands more store owners across the UK. The agreement will see all PayPoint One retailers offered free ACS membership, getting access to industry-leading events, advice and networking.
The new partnership will see ACS content and communications made available to retailers via the PayPoint One platform, as well as working together on events and communications focused on future developments of in-store technology. This underlines PayPoint’s commitment to provide cutting edge technology solutions that help retailers save time, reduce costs and increase profitability.
Lewis Alcraft, Commercial Director for PayPoint, commented: “The ACS are the leading industry body representing thousands of convenience retailers across the UK and I’m delighted to be working with them closely to drive better standards, best practice and helping more retailers engaged in the important work the ACS do.”
James Lowman, Chief Executive of ACS, commented: “We are delighted to be working with PayPoint to extend the benefits of ACS membership to retailers using the PayPoint One system, including our Assured Advice scheme which ensures that all local enforcement authorities have to respect the in-store procedures of retailers who follow our guides.”
PayPoint One retailers can find out more about how to register at paypoint.com/acs
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We help millions of people to control their household finances, make essential payments and access in-store services, like parcel collections and drop-offs. Our UK network of 28,000 stores is bigger than all banks, supermarkets and Post Offices together, putting us at the heart of communities nationwide.
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The Association of Convenience Stores is the voice of over 33,500 local shops, supporting our members through effective lobbying, comprehensive advice and innovative networking opportunities.
ACS’ core purpose is to lobby Government on the issues that make a difference to local shops, supported by a research programme designed to discover new information about the convenience sector which can be used to inform decision making both in Government and with those involved directly in the sector.
ACS' Assured Advice guides provide accredited standards for in-store procedures, such as health and safety or underage sales.
By signing up to the ACS Assured Advice scheme and following our guidelines, the procedures in your store will be respected by ALL local enforcement officers including Environmental health and Trading Standards officers.