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Retail : The New Norm
Province by province, Retail is beginning to reopen after the initial COVID lock down . Our political leaders are anxious to move things forward , trying to stimulate the economy. Taking great precautions and so we must as well.

During this hour long Virtual presentation Barbara Crowhurst retail expert will share up to date strategies as circumstances evolve . What you need to know about reacting to the situations as they are posed to us in real time .


This topic list will be for sure to much for 1 hour but if gives you an idea of the issues I can cherry pick from to cover.
*Why it is being called Retail :The New Norm.
*What shopping in your store will look like.
*What should be on your protocol .
*How best to get that message out.
*Best Marketing strategies and the use of social media.
*Store redesign and traffic flow floor plans. Learn about the RM-6 ft square system.
*In store signage and directional arrows. Why will they be so important?
*Your ventilation system . What you must insure you do.
*Will an on line store presents continue to be important ?
*How will your bricks and mortar store be used ultimately?
*Liability insurance consideration.
*How to rebuild your store traffic as efficiently and effectively as possible.
*What are the proper sanitation procedures?
*How to best offer protection of employee and customer hygiene and personal safety.
*How best to communicate current New Norm procedures in your store.
*Return policy overview.
*Clothing retailers will face some of the biggest challenges : what needs to happen with clothes after being tried on.

Special Offer to all registrants : 90 For 90 Tune-up — Retail Makeover I.T. CEO Barbara Crowhurst

LINK https://www.retailmakeover.ca/90-for-90-covid-19-retail-emergency-strategy-survival-plan

Participants will walk away with many more ideas on how to manage Retail : The New Norm . That’s a guarantee.

Aug 12, 2020 08:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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