Disasters come in all sizes – from frozen pipes to hurricanes. This summer of calamities shows it’s a good idea to have a disaster plan.
If you’re not selling to other businesses directly – B2B – your store is missing a huge opportunity to improve its performance.
Use of mobile point of sale and digital wallets gained a lot of traction during the pandemic. Stores should cash in on that popularity.
Shoppers are returning to the stores and, with them, so is impulse buying. It’s time to capitalize on your store’s prime display locations.
Finding employees and keeping them has never been quite so hard for retail businesses. Today, it takes a concerted effort to staff a store.
It’s almost unbelievable, but about one-third of small businesses still didn’t have a business website in 2020. Isn’t it time for one?
Roughly 75% of U.S. retail sales are made in brick-and-mortar stores. Now, shoppers cooped up by the pandemic are flocking back to the stores.
For decades, technology has been streamlining retail processes. Today’s labor shortage highlights their importance.
As the world tries to regain some normalcy from the pandemic, how and where people shop has changed making customer outreach very important.
People are focused like never before on buying local. So a little local marketing will help your business go a long way right now.
Building customer loyalty when the pandemic has more people shopping online and fewer venturing into stores takes planning and determination.
Creating and sending orders is a time-consuming, but essential, part of any retail business. There’s an easy way to automate this with EDI for retail.