by Bobby Marhamat Savvy retailers recognize that the tactics which served them well before the COVID-19 pandemic may not lead to the same success in a post-pandemic world. As consumers become increasingly selective about where they spend their time while out and about, stores must create the best in-store experiences possible to woo the masses.
One of the best things you can do to set up your retail business for success is to tighten up or upgrade your existing systems. Doing so helps you be more efficient, opens up opportunities for growth, and lets you serve your customers better. For some businesses, leveling up means modernizing manual processes. For instance,
Kathmandu, an Australian outdoor apparel retailer, has implemented the ShopperTrak retail traffic solution to help make data-driven decisions on tasks ranging from marketing campaigns to staff schedules. The tool will form a core part of the retailer’s KPI set for customer traffic data. Traffic counters have been added at the entrances of Kathmandu’s more than
The Rs 4 lakh crore FMCG sector will close fiscal 2020 with a 9 percent growth, down 4 percentage points and a jump in rural buying will lift the same to 11 percent in fiscal 2021, a report said on Tuesday. The recovery in growth for the fast moving consumer goods (FMCG) sector will begin
Customers enter a Bloomin’ Brands’ Outback Steakhouse restaurant at the Queens Place Mall in the Queens borough of New York. Victor J. Blue | Bloomberg | Getty Images The next Outback Steakhouse you walk into could be more similar to an Amazon Go store than you would think. The casual-dining chain, which is owned by