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Step 4 of #RetailChampion 10-Steps to Retail Success: Range Planning

This blog introduces the fourth step, of the “10-steps to retail success“, Range Planning. 10-steps to retail success is a process / methodology I’ve developed for my 1-2-1 mentoring clients. Over the coming weeks / months I’ll be introducing each step … Continue reading

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What can retailers do to mitigate the impact of austerity measures? By Colin Farmer #IndieRetail

It is hard to open a newspaper today without reading about another famous retailer experiencing serious financial difficulties. Soaring inflation and wide spread pay freezes have shrunk household disposable incomes by nearly 3 % from a year ago, putting a … Continue reading

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The importance of cash flow to Independent Retail by Steve Denham of @betterretailing #IndieRetail

Business Link says ‘Cash is the oxygen that enables a business to survive and prosper and is the primary indicator of business health. While a business can survive for a short time without sales or profits, without cash it will die.’

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As a small, seasonal retailer how can I better manage my cash flow?

I decided to share this article in follow up to my earlier article on end of season clearance… The reason why most retailers are keen to clear old stock it to get the cash back into the business. We all … Continue reading

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