Learning how to fully optimize the capabilities of your current business technology is an easy way to ensure a store’s future success.
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Finding employees and keeping them has never been quite so hard for retail businesses. Today, it takes a concerted effort to staff a store.
The National Retail Federation says retail industry sales nearly doubled its early 2020 estimate and it expects that to continue this year.
While this won’t be a record-setting holiday shopping season, there are some easy ways to improve your store’s ability to attract customers.
Thanks to the pandemic, holiday shopping in 2020 will look very different from past years. Black Friday deals will be offered earlier than ever and online shopping will grow exponentially.
As stores try to rebound from pandemic closures or are adapting to the new retail reality, tightening business network security is crucial.
Modern retail technology, through an array of features and specialty integrations, can simplify all retail processes, virtually eliminating tedious, time–consuming work. This gives business owners and managers more time to work with customers and connect with new shoppers. It all starts with an omnichannel retail strategy and the tools to make it work.
It’s not wise to place all your supply chain eggs in one basket. That’s why having a diversified supply chain with products coming from different parts of the world is so important to businesses today.
Customer retention done correctly is part of a business’s routine customer service, not just in desperate times like the coronavirus outbreak and response. If it’s incorporated into a store’s retail platform, it can become automatic.
Getting ready for the busiest time of the shopping year means more than recycling last year’s holiday marketing campaigns.
Adding niche market products to a store with proven product lines can differentiate a business and set it apart of the store down the street.
The technology already exists to allow small businesses to use artificial intelligence and robotics in their retail stores.