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  • 5). How to Control Shrink at Your Store  By : Jerry Robertson
    Shrink is a part of the business no one likes to talk about. However, shrink plays a huge part in every retailer’s business. Shrink can take many forms, but here are the four most common. They are employee theft, shoplifting, vendor theft and paperwork errors. Many small retailers only worry about shoplifting, but the other three accounts for about 2/3 of all shrink.
    Article Related to: shrink, theft, shoplifting, profit, retail, employees

  • 8). The Magnificent Metal Building  By : MetalMedia
    If you are expanding your current retail or commercial location or building a new facility, choosing metal for the construction of the building saves you the most money because it is cheaper than conventional construction methods, provides a safer building when completed, and the building systems offer a variety of design choices. In fact, for these reasons (and more) metal buildings now dominate the one and two-story building markets, as cited by architects, engineers and owners across the world.
    Article Related to: metal, buildings, retail, systems, construction, maintenance, commercial, business

  • 16). Why open up a retail store?  By : Eric Weinstein
    Retailing is growing and growing fast. As one of the nation's largest sectors, the retail industry provides a wealth of opportunity to people who have the desire to forge their own path to success. One-third of the 500,000 or so new businesses created each year are retail businesses. The entrepreneurs risk their hard earned capital, dedicate their resources and make a life out of offering consumers something they need or want.
    Article Related to: employees, store supplies, retail, retail store, business

  • 22). New Car Purchase – Answer You Have Been Looking For  By : Louie
    Did you ever wonder why new vehicles have window stickers? Granted – it was a great way to let your neighbors know you just bought a new car!! Here’s the real reason behind the sticker. In 1958, Senator Michael Monroney proposed a bill that would take the mystery out of new car prices. This bill required that every car manufacturer attach a label to the window that would show the suggested retail price (MSRP), transportation method, freight charges and accessory prices.
    Article Related to: classic, cars, price, new, showroom, mystery, truth, retail


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