Summertime is chock full of opportunities to show your patriotism. There is a large opportunity to capitalize on patriotic offerings between memorial day, Independence Day, and labor day. Here are a few ways that your small business can prepare for these holidays:
The holiday season can be a rough one for retailer owners and workers. There is quite a bit of preparation and investment that lead up to the holidays, and then comes the tremendous influx of customers. The holiday season lasts well beyond the new year for retailers as returns escalate and people start using their gift cards. With that being said, here are ten jokes to help retailers get through the holidays.
Studies show that holiday shoppers planned to get an early start in 2021. The reality is that nearly 80% of holiday shoppers will finish their shopping during the two weeks leading up to Christmas. This leaves a great deal of room for retailers to boost their revenue right up until the last minute. Here we take a look at seven ways to attract last-minute shoppers.
The last couple of years have been extremely trying for small business owners. With the holiday season nearly upon us, specialty retailers need to ensure they are prepared to bring in and handle as many customers as possible. Here we take a look at five tips for the holiday season.
It’s time for retail shops to start their back-to-school promotions. In what can be a very profitable season for retailers, the earlier you begin your promotions, the better. Having a well-orchestrated plan can help you stay ahead of the competition, maximize your revenue and develop long-term relationships with your customers. Here we take a look at six back-to-school marketing tips for small retail.