Store Operations Leaders Share Thoughts on Reopening, Rehiring, New Specialist Roles, and the Future of Stores
During our May Store Operations Leaders Virtual Coffee Hour, the conversation centered on strategies around reopening, rehiring, fitting rooms, and returns. The group also touched upon results from APAC, in addition to the role of the store moving forward (hint: they’ll still matter).
Get Texas A&M University’s Center for Retailing Studies Director, Scott Benedict’s, perspective on how Store Operations leaders and Store Managers can drive success.
Recently, numerous Store Operations leaders joined us for our Preparing Stores for a New Retail Landscape: Questions to Answer in Your Post-COVID-19 Planning Process webinar. Get highlights on their key questions around re-opening strategies.
On the other side of COVID-19, retail operators will face the heightened challenge of trying to regain sales in the face of less traffic and smaller store teams.
Earlier this week, Store Operations leaders from across apparel, luxury, home, entertainment, and auto parts retailers joined us for a virtual coffee hour to share their thoughts on post-COVID-19 operations.
It is likely too early to fully understand the full effects the coronavirus will have on retail as an industry. And, in many ways, this event will divide retail into at least two different categories – essential and non-essential. Read on for key areas to focus on.
Register for Preparing Stores for a New Retail Landscape to learn how you can best position your stores for peak efficiency on the other end of the COVID-19 pandemic.