We caught up with a few experts to bring you some insights and tips on how to prep for holidays 2020 and boost your bottom line.
To get back on track, merchants need to work extra hard in the coming months. Here's 7 practical ways retailers can bounce back in Q4.
Seasonal hires are just as important to your brand as your permanent, full-timers because customers do not know the difference between seasonal and regular employees. Both represent your brand; both are responsible for creating a great customer experience.
Eighty-six percent of retailers agree there is a direct correlation between well-executed merchandising and conversion rates. Here's how to use visual merchandising to boost holiday sales.
Halloween is now a huge commercial holiday. According to the National Retail Federation (NRF), 68% plan to celebrate this year spending up to $3.2 billion on costumes, $2.7 billion on decorations, and $2.6 billion on candy. Retailers who tend to focus their marketing efforts on Thanksgiving and the end of Q4 are missing out on … Continue reading Un-BOO-lievable Halloween Strategies for Retailers
Q4 is the busiest selling season for retailers. This means more consumers in your stores and restaurants. This is an opportunity to sell and create brand awareness among consumer groups you may not normally interact with at other times of the year. Take advantage of this chance to boost your bottom line. We have 5 … Continue reading 5 Not-to-be-Ignored Shopper Demographics for Q4
The holiday season is upon us and your stores, where 80% of total holiday sales happen, are the battleground for sales and margins! While Christmas is important to brick-and-mortar retailers (responsible for more than $1 trillion spent on decorations, parties, food, and gifts in the US alone) having a successful Q4 means paying attention to every … Continue reading 8 Sales Boosting Opportunities for Q4
The 4th quarter is essential to a retailer’s bottom line. It is the biggest quarter for retail sales in the United States. The biggest quarter for retail sales The months between October and December are commonly known as “the holiday season”. They include consumer-spending holidays and celebrations such as Halloween, Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas. … Continue reading Why the 4th Quarter is Critical to Retail