It’s getting cold out, families are gathering, and business is booming. Sounds like someone did a great job marketing their store during the summer. In order to win at the end of the year, business owners should start making moves during the dog days of summer. Here are a few keys that will help you increase traffic during the holiday season.
It’s the last two months of the year. You have prepared by building your inventory, advertising your store, and you are ready to make the lion’s share of this year's money. Is it time to sit back and relax? Certainly not, but it is also not the time to panic and let the season get to you.
Every dog owner has been through the same struggle: you scrub and scrub only for an hour later to smell the stench of wet dog and every piece of furniture they touch. I know this struggle all too well. It all started as a 3rd-grade school science project where I had to create an invention that no one has seen before. Immediately my mind went to my pet pug, Mojo, whose hatred of the water was becoming a problem for both of us.
Success doesn't come easy for anyone, and especially not for a pawnbroker. There are several challenges pawnbrokers face on the road to success. The most valuable lesson to learn is building strong habits. Here are seven habits of highly successful pawnbrokers.
Revenue, revenue, revenue! Every business wants to drive revenue, and sometimes they miss the easiest aspect of driving revenue: Customer satisfaction and retention.
As we head into the summer months and hopefully placing the COVID crisis behind us, we are still dealing with a wealth of adversity in our industry and in business in general.