There are many benefits to operating a green retail business. It can limit your impact on the environment, save on energy costs and even drive new business. It can also have a very positive impact on the image of your brand. While going green may seem like a daunting task, it is easier than you think.
Your ability to move inventory and constantly rotate stock will directly impact your bottom line. “Among the top 5% of products that the retailers surveyed sold each month, 59% are new.” Maintaining a fresh selection is essential in developing loyal customers and avoiding losing out to online competitors.
There are many factors that influence the customer experience that directly translate into sales. Considering human psychology and the process that contributes to making a purchase decision will help you to optimize your customer experience and increase sales. Here we take a look at some of the key contributors to the customer experience as it pertains to a retail clothing store.
Traditional brick and mortar retailers have slowly but surely started to add eCommerce websites to improve sales as well as the customer experience, but what about the other way around? Many eCommerce retailers are beginning to see the value in adding a physical storefront. This can be attributed to several factors.
Drawing in more foot traffic is one of the top priorities of many small business owners. Working on the curb appeal of your business can help to bring in potential customers and give off a great first impression of your company. With online retailers and meal delivery services booming, it’s important that your in-store experience is top-notch. Here are just a few ways you can spruce up your curb appeal.