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Six ways to reduce your workforce management costs

Labor costs are increasing. Of course, the wage-price spiral is considered to be the “official” economic driving factor. But what other factors could be at work here? Could poor or suboptimal people management processes be one of the largest, yet most overlooked, facilitators of spiraling labor costs? The truth is that people management issues are …

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3 ways card-linking can help retailers create loyalty

Loyalty programmes – when they work – can be an enormously valuable part of a customer retention strategy. They’re one of the oldest marketing tactics out there, and with good reason: up to 67% of shoppers1 say they’d change their spending habits to make the most of loyalty rewards. But they’re hard to do well. …

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Modern ways to motivate and retain staff…

Let’s be honest, it’s hard to feel motivated when you’re at work. For most people, having a job is a necessity rather than a choice, and the best that they can do is to try and choose a career that they don’t hate. To combat this, companies are introducing innovative ways to help their workforce …

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4 ways to take the headache and hassle out of annoying holiday returns

Returns can be a monumental headache, not only for retailers but for consumers as well — and this year’s holiday forecasts indicate that the 2019 returns volume will be record-breaking. According to Oracle, 77% of consumers “plan to return a portion of their gifts” this holiday season; UPS alone projects that holiday returns will peak …

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Four ways to engage holiday shoppers beyond Black Friday weekend

Retailers that deliver memorable in-store experiences this holiday season will stay on shoppers’ “nice lists” well into the new year. Innovative concepts, from store design to technology, are influencing the next wave of physical retail experiences. Learn what it takes to design a successful experiential store at the upcoming SPECS 2020 conference, March 15-17, at …

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Four ways to engage holiday shoppers beyond Black Friday weekend

Retailers that deliver memorable in-store experiences this holiday season will stay on shoppers’ “nice lists” well into the new year. Innovative concepts, from store design to technology, are influencing the next wave of physical retail experiences. Learn what it takes to design a successful experiential store at the upcoming SPECS 2020 conference, March 15-17, at …

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Five Ways High Street Retailers can Beat the Gloom this Black Friday

After Black Friday 2018 failed to deliver in terms of high street sales, Andrew Dunbar, General Manager, EMEA at global digital consultancy Appnovation, discusses five creative strategies that retailers could adopt to boost footfall in 2019. Photo by Blake Wisz on Unsplash Despite the massive hype we’ve had around Black Friday in the last few …

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Puma sees basketball and retail stores as the ways to fuel its rapid growth

If sportswear had a prestige category, it would be basketball sneakers. A strong basketball business can grab shoppers’ attention and put a halo around a brand’s products.  Puma partnered with hip-hop mogul Jay-Z last year as it returned to the U.S. basketball market after being on sidelines for two decades. The category is a key …

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Five Ways To Create Places Shoppers Want To Be— And To Be Seen

When shoppers stroll by the Tiffany & Co. flagship  on Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in New York City, they may pause at the windows of the luxury jeweler and gaze inside just as Audrey Hepburn did—a cup of coffee and croissant in her black-gloved hands—in the famed opening of the 1961 film “Breakfast at …

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