Today’s ever-changing retail environment presents countless challenges for business and retailers alike. So, we’ve highlighted a few ways businesses can combat these changes and be prepared to deliver better results, more frequently.
Since 79% of consumer still prefer to shop in-store, learn why home improvement sales reps are in a perfect position to be trained and activated for empowering employee advocacy through social media marketing.
There’s no denying that customers browse on their phones while shopping in store. So, we put together 3 tips to help strengthen your brick-and mobile presence.
Sunsetting a product can cause many challenges, but if you can get ahead of the obstacles with a plan that includes detailed and ample communication, incentives, and the benefits of the changes, you’ll have an easier time getting your sales team and customers onboard.
This year, exhibitors from IBS joined ranks with KBIS exhibitors in Las Vegas to create the ultimate destination to network, grow business, and exchange new ideas. Learn more from our own Scott Arneson as he shares insights from his trip.
As CMOs and CSOs strive to accelerate growth and profitability for their firms, greater alignment on and continuous improvement of three basic metrics of business can go a long way to achieving revenue and profitability goals.
Each year, CES showcases the latest and greatest in technology. Learn more about which topics may define the year and which products to get your hands on.
Learn how to keep customers happy! Evaluate your sales strategy to ensure you’re fully prepared to meet customers’ needs throughout the year.
In a previous blog, we asked sales leaders to share their biggest challenges. Find out the results and why they are not surprising.
53% of shoppers feel that retail sales reps don’t have the tools they need to deliver great CX. Still think you’re allocating time and resources appropriately? Discover more CX trends your business should continually prepare for.
When it comes to hiring and keeping exceptional sales talent in your sales positions, your methodologies might just be the root of your problems.