Petrol Plaza Round Table#6: the latest innovations in c-store and forecourt technology
Watch now episode six of PetrolPlaza Talks that got together Swiss retailer Migrolino AG, British service provider TLM Technologies and Professor Sabine Benoit to discuss the latest technological innovations at petrol stations and convenience stores
Join Oscar Smith Diamante, Editor-in-Chief PetrolPlaza, and three industry experts to find out more about how sites and stores are becoming smarter and more connected.
Sabine Benoit – Professor, University of Surrey & C-Store Expert
Sabine Benoit is a member of the Department of Marketing and Retail Management at Surrey Business School. She is also the Director of the Competence Center for on-the-go consumption funded by Lekkerland GmbH & Co.KG, a leading wholesale company in Europe. She has taught and teaches courses in Marketing, Services & Retail Marketing and Research Methods on Bachelor, Master, MBA and Ph.D. Level.
Adrian Felton – Chief Technology Officer, TLM Technologies
Adrian has been the Chief Technology Officer of TLM Technologies since 2017. He had previously held management positions at Oracle and MICROS Systems Inc, analysing the fuel and convenience markets. TLM Technology offers end-to-end suite of products to optimise the operation of both c-store and forecourt through the supply, installation, support and service of software and hardware solutions.
Sebastian Becker – Division Manager Wholesale & Logistics, Migrolino
After earning his BA in Business Management at Regent’s University London, Sebastian worked at Metro Cash & Carry Deutschland, Saviva AG and migrolino AG, which he joined in 2014. For the last four years he’s led the Wholesale & Logistics division. migrolino AG is a leading retailer in the Swiss convenience market with over 320 shops at railway stations, petrol stations and other well-frequented locations. It is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Federation of Migros Cooperatives.
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