If you really want to be a retail ALL-STAR Store Manager, implement these 8 best practices today and you will notice successes in every area by Christmas…if not earlier!
What gets measured can be managed and improved. Many retailers are failing to measure the second sale, and track the related customer variables to build lasting relationships that create lifetime value.
Thank You. Such a simple concept. Such an amazing thing do. Something I need to say to so many. What I’m saying is “Thank You” to all of you that have allowed me, and my team, to be inspired by … you. A while back I hit a wall. The ‘grind’ hit me hard and nearly stopped me in my tracks.
Frictionless secure commerce coupled with immersive customer experiences have been on my mind for some time. Engaging with an in-store geolocation security company and new updated data on internet connectivity, growth of smartphones, and the Internet of Things (IoT) inspired this post.
We’re working on a couple of very interesting and fascinating projects lately. What’s resonated the most with me about these projects, is likely the most important selling lesson possible. Let’s face it, making sales is essential.
"Customer-experience (focused) leaders gain rapid insights to build customer loyalty, make employees happier, achieve revenue gains of 5 to 10 percent, and reduce costs by 15 to 25 percent within two or three years." Technology is a key differentiator.
What does it take to roll out a great training program at store level? Better yet, what does it take to sustain one at store level? Do you have the answer on the tip of your tongue? Don’t fret, many retailers out there don’t have the answers either.
Data was front-and-center at the 2018 Retail Realm Conference starting with keynote Balaji Balasubramanian of Microsoft. “At the heart of the (retail) transformation is accessibility to data. Make sure you have unified data in one place in an understood format that you can build applications on.”