As more people are getting vaccinated and going out to shop, retailers are functioning at a greater capacity. With technology, there is now a more efficient and effective way to utilize a data-driven approach to safely welcome customers into retail establishments.
Starting a business takes a great deal of time and effort, and even experienced entrepreneurs know that there’s no guarantee of success. But every successful business owner knows that whether your business succeeds or fails comes down to profitability
It has never been more critical for retailers to adapt to this new normal to safeguard loyalty and retention. The latest technology – connected lighting systems, powered by the Internet of Things – offers retailers a solution to this multi-faceted challenge: protecting customers and making them feel comfortable, while delivering a positive shopping experience
Father’s Day is just around the corner, and if you’re a retailer, you’re probably looking forward to the expected jump in sales. Here are a few ways to keep your customers happy and your online store running smoothly as business picks up for Father’s Day.
Beyond the physical tools needed, like masks, barriers and shields, long-term health effects of living with the pandemic are real and impacting shoppers and workers alike, and more data is emerging to highlight this trend
Even in the small business category, the already-substantial gap between the largest and the smallest firms widened during the COVID recovery