As the furniture industry evolves and competition increases, we must ensure our sales associates and managers are consistently trained to meet customer needs and deliver great experiences every time. We often find that while most retail organizations may want a robust training program, they must figure out where to start.
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Engaging visuals are critical for your e-commerce site. They help increase time on the page, engagement with product pages, add-to-cart rates, and, ultimately, conversion rates. But getting shoppers to your site is half the battle. Whether you are using organic social media posts, paid social media campaigns, email sequences, display
Changing patterns of consumer behavior means furniture retailers now, more than ever, need to focus on engaging more deeply with their customers to build loyalty, drive in-store and online traffic, and uncover a steady flow of sales and marketing opportunities. New research by Package AI investigates the role of engagement
We all know that the best closer in your store is you. If you could spend ten minutes with every customer that walks into your store, you would undoubtedly see an increase in revenue. But you’re just one person with limited time. And since cloning yourself isn’t an option, we
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, roughly 3% of the US workforce quits monthly. Voluntary turnover, especially among our salespeople, is at an all-time high. The workforce is shrinking, baby boomer retirements are accelerating, and your employees have more options than they have had in a long time. In
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