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Last Impressions, Kaizen at the Checkout

Customers Notice

Photo by Matt Noble on Unsplash

The last and potentially best interaction with a customer is at the checkout. They are giving you money for stuff. The most basic equation of business.

Why not make sure it’s positive?

Next time you check out at a store, look behind and around the register area. Only the things needed to serve and check customers out should be…

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Thrift and second hand retail is a unique business with unique challenges. Thrift Retailer brings together practices, systems and ideas that help thrift managers and owners make more money and operate more smoothly.

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Tim Gebauer

Tim Gebauer

Thrift and retail blogger. Helping small business succeed. Connect on linkedIn, my thrift reseller blog thethrifter or my amazon thrift merchandising e-book.

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