Sales is one of the oldest and for many, most difficult jobs there is. As a store owner or manager, one of your top responsibilities is making sure your business brings in the revenue it needs to not just survive, but thrive and grow.
Inventory changes constantly. Throughout each day, sales, returns, new receipts—even damage and theft—affect your stock levels.
Stroll through the charming New England village of Bethel, CT and you’ll very soon catch sight of the cheery store windows arranged by Kim Ramsey, owner of The Toy Room, an independent retailer offering toys and games for infants, girls and boys.
Creating a financial plan for your business is an essential step in preparing for a successful year.
Although traditionally celebrated as the end of Lent, Easter has evolved over the past few decades to be about egg hunting, gift giving and the revival of springtime and new life.
Over the decades, sunglasses have evolved from a statement fashion accessory used by a small percentage of the population to a daily necessity for all Americans.
The National Retail Federation predicts that sales in November and December of 2015 will total around $630.5 billion.
In retail, social media has become a proving ground for building loyalty, driving traffic and sales, advertising and customer service.
Retail E-Learning on the Rise
Running an online store is no small thing. First you have to construct a site.