For over 25 years, U.S.T’s Incorporated has been committed to one goal: Supplying customers with the industry’s best sportswear at the best prices.
If you’ve been in the retail business for a while, some days you’re not sure where to start. It wasn’t long ago that it was easy to keep up with your customers; they were either reading the newspaper or watching television.
It’s only an illusion that the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. Relationship building is key to the success of any business, and the relationships you need to focus on are the ones you already have.
Today’s shoppers are walking into your stores with more data than ever before. Most customers do some combination of browsing your website, checking inventory, comparing prices, and reading reviews for both your store and competitors before they even arrive.
For many small businesses, the main priority is getting customers in the door. Marketing your brand, your products, and building a presence in your community is no easy feat for small businesses.
As we head into Spring, retailers and consumers alike have warm weather on the brain. Vacation season and the summer months are not far out of reach. As a retailer, now is the time to start stocking up on warm weather staples, particularly sunglasses.
As most retailers know, becoming an integral part of your local community is incredibly important for your success. Working with other local businesses creates trust, inspires collaboration, and makes people that much more willing to support what you have to offer.
Black Friday, Christmas shopping, and the winter sales rush are over. Consumers around the world are now back to their normal shopping routines, which means that they no longer have the excitement of scoring a great deal, the enjoyment of finding the perfect item for a loved one, and the relief of finishing off a long Christmas shopping list.
The original Rocket Point of Sale software was designed from scratch exclusively for Windows by Leslie Glass, founder, and president of Rocket POS and DotDude.com Inc.
Omnichannel is the buzzword of the moment in retail circles, and with good reason.