Roughly 80% 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.
If 2020 taught the retail industry anything, it was how important it is to be able to sell both online and in a brick-and-mortar store.
Your Google My Business listing has a positive effect on how your business will rank when customers perform a search for your store.
Business as usual is history. Retail trends that emerged during the pandemic will continue in 2021. Stores need to adapt to the new future of retail.
Surprisingly, many small businesses don’t develop a working budget. There are plenty of reasons putting together a small business budget is a good idea. Here are four.
A year-end checklist consolidates valuable information, tells you how your business is performing, and helps you prepare for the year ahead.