Category: design

Why Wait Until Saturday? Small Businesses Seek Black Friday Buzz

Why Wait Until Saturday? Small Businesses Seek Black Friday Buzz November 13, 2013 Free Webinar | August 16th   Predictions for Black Friday and 2013 holiday sales range from tentative to lackluster, thanks partly to a drop in consumer confidence following the government shutdown. But one thing is certain – major retailers aren’t taking chances. [Continue]

Why Every Business Needs a Cyber Monday Strategy

Why Every Business Needs a Cyber Monday Strategy Image credit: Shutterstock November 11, 2013 Free Webinar | August 16th   Cyber Monday is right around the corner and as the world’s biggest day of e-commerce volume all year, it’s a marketing opportunity not to be lost. Now is the time to start your preparation. Cyber [Continue]

How to Establish Retail Store Policies When Just Starting Out

How to Establish Retail Store Policies When Just Starting Out Image credit: Flickr/Jeff Wilcox October 9, 2013 There are a seemingly endless number of decisions that must be made when entering the retail business. Many of them relate to your relationships with your customers. Among them are: Credit or cash Layaways Damage policy Children in [Continue]

Why Wait Until Saturday? Small Businesses Seek Black Friday Buzz

Why Wait Until Saturday? Small Businesses Seek Black Friday Buzz November 13, 2013 Predictions for Black Friday and 2013 holiday sales range from tentative to lackluster, thanks partly to a drop in consumer confidence following the government shutdown. But one thing is certain – major retailers aren’t taking chances. That means stores opening at 8 [Continue]

3 Stylish Startups That Want You to Ditch ‘Fast Fashion’

3 Stylish Startups That Want You to Ditch ‘Fast Fashion’ Is ‘fast fashion’ going off trend? The business model used by retailers such as Zara (Inditex) and H&M to quickly move catwalk styles to store shelves requires manufacturing hot trends in bulk with cheaper material. However, some startups are rejecting the practice of overproducing garments, [Continue]