The identification of market trends is a key factor in the analysis of market research. It is aimed at identifying what is trending in the sector that may impact the business or present opportunities that are a natural fit for the business in its constant pursuit of customer loyalty.
A business objective is something the business is aiming toward or a strategic position it is working to attain. Usually it is a step in the strategy.
Regardless of an individual’s position within an organisation, they need to have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities.
The Diploma of Retail Merchandise Management equips individuals with the skills and knowledge required to deliver profitable results for a retail organisation. The course has been designed by the industry for retail buyers and planners, and includes a range of activities including concept...
Employee training is an essential investment to ensure your staff can efficiently manage all aspects of your retail business. A well-trained employee is more productive and more fulfilled. While some employers and business owners tend to consider employee training to be expensive and...
Store security is one of the biggest threats facing retail businesses. A retailer’s ability to a make profit can depend on good store security.
Develop and deliver WHS training Workplace health and safety initiatives are at the core all about the protection of people. People that either work for you or in some way are working on your premises. Any WHS policies and procedures are limited in their effectiveness if they are not seen as...
To learn how to steer your success as a team leader, the ARA Retail Institute runs multiple workshops on leadership and team culture. Join the ARA Retail Institute in a range of both accredited, and non-accredited courses, workshops and training events.
Retailers that can streamline operations and reduce unnecessary inventory costs, whilst still providing consumers with products they desire, greatly improve the sustainability and profitability of their business. A key factor to guaranteeing this type of business success is establishing quality...
Retail workplaces are not associated with risks like other industries, but this does not mean workplace health and safety should be compromised.
Robbery can be considered the actions of one or more people that threaten, injure or intimidate others to part with money or goods.
To learn how to steer your success as a team leader, the ARA Retail Institute runs multiple workshops on leadership and team culture. To learn more about our latest...
It is important to be able to describe an incident after it has happened. As well as being a legal requirement in many situations, accurate records are an important part of identifying any problems which can be avoided in the future.
Keeping records helps maintain an effective workplace health and safety management system. Records can help hazards and control risks before there is an incident which could cause injury or illness.
Legislation requires a workplace to keep certain records for a specified period of time.
It is important to ensure that all employees are fully trained in health and safety to ensure that they understand their responsibilities with regards to health and safety in the workplace.
Team leaders are imperative to the success of a retailer’s staff collective. Without a proper path or staff motivation, frontline figures are not going to be able to come close to matching targets that a retailer sets. In today’s scene Australian retailers are faced with fierce competition...
As the online presence of any retail brand matures attention shifts to methods of expanding and deepening customer connections and strengthening communications that reflect the core brand.
Some retailers have never pursued multi-channel strategies to sell to customers. Even with single product retailers, the introduction of online channels in addition to existing bricks-and-mortar approaches can cause discontinuities between promotion and advertising activities.
The advances in technology that brought the internet itself into being have largely enabled the management of brand loyalty in an online context.
Once online, many retail brands look for opportunities to expand the reach of their company by developing strategies to boost brand awareness.