3 Big Inventory Management Mistakes You Could Be Making (and How to Fix Them)

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Dealing with retail inventory inaccuracies and other issues? You could be making these three big mistakes.

Spotlight on Success: Fresh Collective

submitted by Kevin Graff

We talk a lot about the importance of celebrating successes with your retail teams. There’s no right or wrong way to do this; just make sure you’re actually doing it and making it a part of your regular daily, weekly and monthly operations in the store.

Subscriptions are literally sucking the life out of stores

submitted by Chris Petersen

Subscription services are sucking the life out of traditional stores. Retail survival requires aligning with consumer purchase behavior.

Cycle Counting 101: A Retailer’s Guide to Partial Stock-Takes and Inventory Accuracy

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Having trouble maintaining inventory accuracy? Doing regular cycle counts could solve your issues. Learn more in this post.

12 Eye-Popping Quotes from RetailNOW 2017

submitted by Jim Roddy

I’m sorting through my notes and Twitter feed from #RetailNOW2017, held Aug. 6-9 at Paris Las Vegas, and noticed tons of quotes I think you’ll find interesting and insightful.

Look What The Stork Brought To Your Store!

submitted by Kevin Graff

So, what has the Stork brought to your store? You see, your new employees are much like new babies (hang in there with me if you’re a new employee … I’m not calling you a baby!). New employees certainly aren’t babies, but you need to care for them in many of the same ways.

Is Walmart failing fast enough to blunt Amazon’s onslaught?

submitted by Chris Petersen

Companies that don't embrace failure as a part of innovation, risk becoming irrelevant with fewer options to survive.

The Three Be’s for a Life with No Regrets

submitted by Tony D'Onofrio

Time has now become my friend. Each moment reinforces that endless possibilities are still ahead. Every day I am constantly reminded of the key attributes for building a life with no regrets.

Never Stop Learning and Growing

submitted by Kevin Graff

To stay relevant (and happy) you need to learn new skills, ideas, thoughts and strategies. You need to become a continual learner.

Ask yourself … where do you want to go? Where do you need to grow?

submitted by Francesca Nicasio

Don’t let those darned fraudsters and wrongdoers get the best of your biz.Make your store more secure AND profitable with these tips for lowering shrinkage.