With the lockdown ending soon, there are many things you should do to prepare for the grand reopening. And the first thing on that list is to do a physical count of your inventory.
If you are a retail business owner, there is no doubt that COVID-19 has affected your business adversely. You may be wondering how you can recover from this. However, more importantly, what lessons can be learnt from this to improve your business.
With retail stores set to reopen on the 2nd of June, businesses are busy getting ready. However, when your store reopens, you can’t expect business to return to normal. Here are some tips on how to improve on your business and bring in customers when you finally reopen.
If you are a retail owner looking to set up your business, there is no doubt that you have heard about ecommerce. Right now the industry is saturated with many vendors to choose from, but the one you should take note of is Shopify.
With the one month extension of the Circuit Breaker period announced on 21 April,a majority of Singapore’s business will reopen on the 1st of June. If your business is allowed to reopen, here is a detailed reopening checklist based on the government guideline for you to follow.
With the lockdown potentially lasting for another month, it is a very crucial time for F&B owners. If you’re an F&B owner, it is imperative that your business is able to adapt to this tough time.
One of the essentials for a Retail Store is a modern POS System. POS systems are more than just a cash register. So what exactly should you look for in a Retail POS System?
As a retailer, it is not uncommon to experience a sales slump. What is important is knowing how to break out of that slump. Here are three simple methods any retailer can adopt to improve their sales.
Ecommerce is steadily rising in popularity these days. The increasing popularity of Ecommerce is definitely justified considering the benefits of Ecommerce over a traditional brick and mortar store. Here is a comparison of the benefits of brick and mortar vs Ecommerce for Retail businesses.
It costs more than 5 times to obtain a new customer than it is to sell to an existing customer. That is where customer loyalty comes in. With many benefits customer loyalty brings, you may be wondering how you can incorporate it into your business?