Knowing how much inventory to put on the sales floor to achieve your sales forecast is the key to making money in retail. If you put too little inventory there, you’ll miss sales.
The global pandemic has wreaked havoc on our lives. But it’s also reminded many retailers and wholesalers why they entered this line of business and what matters: connecting with each other.
The holiday season is not only a time for celebrating, it’s also a time for gift shopping. For merchants, it is also the most important sales period of the year. Holiday business sometimes makes the difference between profit or loss. That being the case, it
Just the other day I saw a post on a social media thread. The photos showed where they were selling gemstones, essential oils, incense, and candles at a national chain hardware store. It caught my attention because the display looked like a hardware store display
A special coverage from The Coalition of Visionary Resources COVR in partnership with Kim Perkins Q: How do I keep my online store from cannibalizing sales from my brick and mortar location? A: Before we look at specifics of how to deter your online sales from siphoning
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] It’s undeniable that video has become an important method of communication for many businesses today. Whether you sell through a brick and mortar shop or online, it’s an effective way to connect with customers and retailers. What’s more, wholesalers who are maximizing their online brand
A special coverage from Coalition of Visionary Resources COVR in partnershipwith Kim Perkins Q: How do I use last year’s holiday sales to gauge my restock for 2019? A: Having a Point of Sale (POS) system on your computer makes planning for next year’s holiday sales easier,
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Whether you are expanding your online retail shop into a brick and mortar location, or even starting to sell your homemade goods at a farmers market, one thing is for sure: You’re going to need a point of sale system to get the job done