C-store veterans join together to launch new venture

C-store veterans join together to launch new venture

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — The collaboration plans to provide market strategy and analysis to parties interested in the convenience segment.

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Three convenience store veterans have partnered together to create an advisory and business catalyst firm, according to CSPnet.com.

CSP founder Paul Reuter, c-store study groups leader David Nelson and Kay Segal, former CSP vice president, have formed the Business Accelerator Team (BATeam), stated the article.

“Business Accelerator Team combines the expertise of three industry professionals with extensive and varied knowledge,” said Segal in the article. “Paul, David and I cannot be more excited about this combined new venture, built upon the desire to collaborate both with each other and with clients.”

Segal founded Segal Insights after leaving CSP last year, reported the article, and Reuter started Kreative Collaborations and Midwest Retail Group, a 7-Eleven franchise outfit.

“I have known Kay and David for numerous years,” stated Reuter in the article. “Their combined expertise, insight and integrity will help us accelerate supplier and retailer business, positively impacting the industry.”

Nelson is the founder of Finance & Resource Management Consultants, added the article.

“I am thrilled to be working closely with Kay and Paul, two visionaries in the market space,” shared Nelson in the article.

The collaboration plans to provide market strategy and analysis to parties interested in the convenience segment, continued the article.

Reuter, Nelson and Segal will hold the titles of senior partner in their new company, noted the article, and Segal will carry the additional title of managing executive.

You can find the article here.

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