Shorter presentations (~2Hrs.) on today’s pressing issues and challenges. Great Opportunity for Improvement Right Now.
Retail Math Webinar OnLine:
Retail Math Online Training is a 2-Hour intensive discussion and practice on the most important Retail Management metrics, KPI’s and analytics.
This training is packed with information on how to use Retail Math formulas to determine your Key Performance Indicators, your profitability, definition and explanation of terms and examples from actual Retail Operations to give you a full and operational understanding of Retail Math.
This is a live webinar and you will have access to the instructor through questions and discussion.
Category Management Online:
Retail Category Management Online Training is useful for all buying staff, including category managers, buyers and visual merchandising teams as well as for Suppliers of Retail.
This online training is packed with information on how to use Retail Category Management techniques to boost the inventory efficiency and control while increasing profits and the customer experience quality.
Retail Category Management is considered an integral part of best practices in running a successful retail business.
33% Increase Formula Webinar OnLine:
Apart from getting the fundamentals right, there are ways to tweak the fundamentals to get you a fast and whopping improvements that we discuss in this training.
Techniques that are discussed here are proven. Our own people during their Retail Management careers employed these techniques with amazing results that propelled them to higher positions because their achievements were extraordinary.
When you attend this training you will be given a formula – or – a blueprint so that you can duplicate the similar successes in your own business.
RFID Applications in Retail Webinar OnLine:
Radio Frequency Identification or RFID is the use of radio waves to identify objects.
This means, unlike a barcode, one can track an item without actually having to come in contact with it.
The way it works is that an identifying serial number is stored in a microchip which is then attached to an antenna. (Together these are called the transponder or tag.)
The chip is now able to transmit any identifying information to the receiver. The reader will convert the information to a digital format to be read by computers.
A typical RFID tag consists of a microchip attached to a radio antenna mounted on a substrate. The chip can store from as little as 64 bits to as much as 2 kilobytes of data.
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4-6 times higher profits
6 times higher sales revenues
10-20 times higher levels of employee engagement
3-4 times reduction in employees thinking about quitting
50% fewer employees that do leave
Double the satisfaction with pay and job security
4-5 times more employees “willing to go the extra mile”
1.5 times higher customer satisfaction ratings