Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is not a new technology. It has been around since World War 2. However, retailers have just started to realize its potential in the past decade or so. There are a couple of ways to take advantage of this amazing technology within a store.…
In 1973, the retail world was turned on its head. Inventory tracking that used to be little better than a shot in the dark was now easy to follow and organize. What was this beautiful invention that flooded the retail market? The barcode, with its Universal Product Code (UPC). Before, one had to write by…
By Toni Rumley Today you will learn how a Wienerdog can improve your sales. You’re probably thinking this crazy Doxie lady has finally gone over the edge. While that may be true, it still doesn’t negate the fact that an adorable creature, half a dog tall and two dogs long, is going to teach a…
By: Toni Rumley Recently a lady at a neighborhood shop had her credit card handed back to her. She was told that her card wouldn’t work. The card had this odd, square shaped, puzzle looking image on the front and the retailer was sure it wasn’t a real credit card.
by Toni Rumley July retail sales rose .6% across the country with June coming in flat. Without automobile, gasoline, restaurants and building materials, July sales performance was .3% ahead of last year.
With all the Retail Predictions floating around how do you narrow the list and focus on the important objectives? It’s simple.
November sales results are out and there were lots of positive numbers. December comp sales announcements will start appearing the second week of January.
Black Friday, which has become Black weekend, is over. Cyber Monday, has now extended into Cyber week, but are the results what you expected?
October retail comp store sales are trickling in and they are all over the board. Reports of negative comps are coming
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