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In Peru, the traditional channel dominates with a 70% of market share; however, the modern channel and other organized retail chains (e.g., convenience stores) have been growing in recent years in the retail landscape. Moreover, the COVID-19 pandemic represented a new challenge for retailers due to the mobilization restrictions that affected consumption. Thus, the present work aims to describe the main characteristics of two nanostores from Ica, Peru, and capture the activities that compose their supply chain strategy. The applied methodology was adapted to the retail environment from a widely known procedure. We also supplemented it by adding a semi-structured interview based on qualitative semi-open questions to characterize processes, context and performance metrics. Finally, we added a 26-item questionnaire to score good business practices of the studied nanostores. This information allows us to visualize how these nanostores have adapted their business practices and operations after the pandemic and understand how nanostore owners manage their business.
|Title of host publication||Production and operations management|
|Subtitle of host publication||POMS Lima, Peru, December 2-4, 2021 (Virtual Edition)|
|Editors||Jorge Vargas Florez, Irineu de Brito Junior, Adriana Leiras, Sandro Alberto Paz Collado, Miguel Domingo Gonzalez Alvarez, Carlos A. Gonzalez-Calderon, Michelle Rodriguez, Diana Ramirez-Rios|
|Place of Publication||Cham|
|Number of pages||19|
|State||Published - 2022|
|Event||Production and Operations Management Society - Lima - Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú , Lima, Peru|
Duration: 2 Dec 2021 → 4 Dec 2021
|Name||Springer proceedings in mathematics & statistics|
|Conference||Production and Operations Management Society - Lima|
|Abbreviated title||POMS Lima|
|Period||2/12/21 → 4/12/21|
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- Mom and pop stores
- Business practices
- COVID-19 crisis
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Vargas Florez, J. (ed.), de Brito Junior, I. (ed.), Leiras, A. (ed.), Paz Collado, S. A. (ed.), Gonzalez Alvarez, M. D. (ed.), Gonzalez-Calderon, C. A. (ed.), Villa, S. (ed.), Rodríguez Serra, M. (ed.) & Ramirez-Rios, D. (ed.), 2022, Cham: Springer. (Springer proceedings in mathematics & statistics; no. 391)
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