Customer needs must be a priority for store merchandising. While the right products and price points are important, it’s the customers that make the difference. Without a combination of new and returning customers, retail businesses fail. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately two-thirds of businesses with employees only survive about two years. To … Continue reading 10 Merchandising Mistakes Retailers Make That Lose Sales
So you arrive early every day and stay late. Sometimes you work overnight. You do everything you are asked to do by your District Manager. Heck, you even check in on your team on your days off. You are working hard to succeed, and yet you still have come up short in sales and customer … Continue reading As a Manager, Are You Really That Important?
Retail productivity is a metric that every store owner or manager wants to maximize. After all, the more productive your stores are, the better it is for your bottom line. Many factors contribute to retail productivity — your selling space, fixtures, and products are key examples. But one factor that’s sometimes overlooked (and often under-invested … Continue reading 7 Ways to Maximize Retail Staff Productivity